The Motörhead man names his favorite electrics and why he doesn’t use loads of effects
From updated classics to modern single- and double-cuts, signature models and seven-strings, here are the guitars that give you the most bang for your buck
The lower-cost Idolmaker features a AAAA flamed maple top, Seymour Duncan pickups and a tune-o-matic bridge.
If you’re looking for a single guitar that can get you through an entire gig, the Diablo Pro is a very worthy choice.
Framus' latest model combines the outline of the original Diablo with the contours of the company's Idolmaker model.
Extremely easy to play with a well-balanced tone, the FP14ME is a brand new boutique-style parlor guitar from the Framus Legacy Series.
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In the following video, Guitar World's Paul Riario takes the new Framus Panthera Studio Supreme for a test drive.
For guitarists who think six or seven strings aren't enough, Framus has introduced its upgrade: the Framus Panthera 8-string guitar.
Framus has announced its new Wolf Hoffmann Signature guitar. The model, named for the Accept guitarist, is made in Germany by the Framus Custom Shop and is available now.