On Twitter, Eddie Van Halen’s son and the youngest member of Van Halen, Wolfgang responded to a tweet claiming David Lee Roth was the one playing keyboards on Van Halen’s song ‘Intruder‘ from the 1982 album ‘Diver Down.’

On April 14, 1982, Van Halen released their fifth studio album named ‘Diver Down‘ which sold four million copies in the United States. The album included the famous cover of  ‘(Oh) Pretty Woman‘ by Roy Orbison. ‘Diver Down’ was also known as Eddie Van Halen’s least favorite album as he previously stated:

I’d rather have a bomb with one of my own songs than a hit with someone else’s.”

Recently on Twitter, a Van Halen fan named Greg Renoff claimed that David Lee Roth was the one who played the keyboards on ‘Intruder’ from the ‘Diver Down’ album. However, a Twitter user named Ian Christe underestimated David’s contributions to the song by claiming he couldn’t even ‘play two notes at the same time’ on the keyboard he played and added:

“The ‘keyboard’: was more like a toy, the same Electro-Harmonix touch synth used for ‘Sunday Afternoon in the Park’ I don’t think you can even play two notes at the same time.”

Another Van Halen fan tagged Wolfgang Van Halen to the comment wondering his reaction to these claims about David Lee Roth. Wolfgang confirmed that David played the keyboards for ‘Intruder’ and revealed he was actually playing a Minimoog not ‘ Electro-Harmonix Micro Synth.’

Here’s how Wolf responded to the comments about David Lee Roth’s contribution on ‘Diver Down’ album:

“Greg is right. Dave played it. It was a Minimoog. Not an Electro-Harmonix Micro Synth like on ‘Sunday Afternoon In The Park.’”

You can see the tweet Wolfgang Van Halen posted on his Twitter account below.