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Accept guitarist Wolf Hoffmann endorses Framus

January 4, 2013
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imgWolf Hoffmann gained international fame as the guitar player for the legendary German heavy metal group Accept. Wolf has been a member of Accept since 1976, but has also been working on a large number of projects outside of the famous heavy metal band.

In 1997, he released the solo album Classical, which consists of rock renditions of classical pieces including “Bolero” and “Habanera”. Furthermore, Wolf contributed to Skid Row vocalist Sebastian Bach's solo album Bring 'Em Bach Alive!, and can also be heard on a 2002 album entitled Randy Rhoads Tribute released in Japan.

Accept reformed with Hoffmann on board in 2009. Their comeback album, Blood of the Nations, saw a release on August 20th, 2010 to overwhelmingly positive reviews. A follow-up album entitled Stalingrad, which also received much praise by the press, was released last year.

All of us at Framus & Warwick are excited that Wolf chose our instruments, and are looking forward to a close and successful cooperation with a heavy metal legend. We are extremely proud to welcome a true heavy metal juggernaut to our family of artists!

For more information about Framus, go to www.framus.com.

For more information about the history of Framus, please go to www.framus-vintage.de 
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