Accept's Wolf Hoffmann to Sell Custom Superstrats, Original Dallas Rangemaster & More

Wolf Hoffmann. Photo used with courtesy of the artist.

Today, we're excited to announce a brand-new upcoming Reverb shop with the German metal icon Wolf Hoffmann. Starting October 28, the founding guitarist of Accept will be selling guitars, amps, and more that have been used on albums and played on stages all over the world throughout Hoffmann's long career.

Hoffmann's shop will feature a variety of excellent vintage highlights, including an original Dallas Rangemaster that Hoffmann used on all of Accept's albums throughout the '80s and '90s, along with a 1980 50-Watt Marshall MK II that Hoffmann says he's used "on just about every Accept album" since he bought it in the '80s.

Guitars on offer include a custom Hamer Wolf Hoffmann Stratocaster, a Hamer archtop electric, and a Charvel USA Custom Shop Stratocaster from Accept's Blood of the Nations tour.

"These guitars and amps have been part of my life and my music for decades, appearing on Accept albums and tours as early as the 1980s," Hoffmann says. "As tough as it is for me to part with these instruments, I’ll be happy to see them find a new home in the hands of the next generation of heavy metal players."

Hoffmann is also parting with a 1990s era Hamer Vector Korina guitar that was custom-built for him in the 1990s. "This guitar is one-of-a-kind," Hoffmann tells us. "I used it at several festivals throughout Europe in 2005 and extensively in the studio."

In addition to the aforementioned Marshall, a few other amps will be up for sale as well—a 1987 Marshall 50-Watt MK II made for Hoffmann by Marshall's Dirk Baldringer amp and a Fender Princeton that allegedly came from The Who's touring crew. "I kept the little amp for all these years imagining that maybe Pete Townsend might have jammed on it at some point," Hoffmann says.

The Official Wolf Hoffmann of Accept Reverb Shop is open now.

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