eddievanhalen2400 EVH is proud to announce the release of one of the most requested guitars Eddie Van Halen has played over the years, the EVH Stripe Series “Circles” guitar made famous by Van Halen’s 1981 Unchained music video.

With an otherworldly black-and-white “circles” graphic gloss finish, the EVH Circles model is without question one of the most distinctively eye-catching guitars in the Stripe Series lineup. There’s nothing alien about the rest of this high performance tone machine, though, with its sleek Strat®-like basswood body, rock-solid quartersawn maple neck with oiled finish, fast and smooth compound-radius maple fingerboard (12”-16”) with comfortably rolled edges and 22 jumbo frets, a single ferocious EVH direct-mount pickup with single black plastic control knob (master volume), EVH Floyd Rose® with D-Tuna® bridge and locking nut, and EVH tuners.

For more information, go to evhgear.com.



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  • Gary B. on

    I like it. I’ve been plating guitar since I’m 11 years old, or very close to 40 years. (God I’m an old bastard!) These are imports,sure,but as Mike deftly pointed out above,they’re leaps and bounds better than anything from even 20 years ago. It’s a mucho competitive market out there anymore,so you can’t just throw garbage out there and expect it to sell. Thanks to the internet,people are very guitar savvy anymore. I agree with DC that $799 for this guitar is a very fair price for what’s offered. Sure you’re also paying about $200 extra for the paint job/name. But I have news for you,you’re paying about $1500 extra for a name when you purchase a $2500 Les Paul. They’re great guitars,but you’re paying for a brand name just the same….

  • Andrew on

    Great axes for $799. If you want something close to a real Les Paul for a lot less. Google Greco or Orville Japanese Les Pauls They are absolutely killer guitars from the 80’s that smoke anything Gibson was doing at the time.

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