Eddie Van Halen - Van Halen's Guitar Heads For Smithsonian

EDDIE VAN HALEN's most famous guitar has been handed to America's Smithsonian museum - but it won't be on display to the public.
The rocker's iconic red, white and black instrument - nicknamed Frank 2 - has found a new home at the National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C.
But Van Halen fans will not be able to view the homemade, Fender-style guitar - a spokesman for the Smithsonian tells Spinner.com the instrument will not go on show.


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