Pantera Style Backing Track

In the last video I explained how to get the sound of Pantera’s Dimebag Darrel. Here is the backing track I used for that example solo. The original video, and ‘In the Style of Dimebag’ lesson, can be found here. The Track In the original lesson, I have added a link to download a version (read more…)

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Seymour Duncan SH13 Dimebucker review

The Seymour Duncan SH13 Dimebucker is a copy of Dimebag Darrel’s ‘Bill Lawrence L-500XL’ humbucker. This was the pickup that Dime used in the bridge of his modified ML ‘Dean from Hell‘ guitar. If you’ve heard Pantera, Damageplan or any other project that Dime was involved in, you’ll probably have a pretty good idea of (read more…)

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MXR DD-11 Dime Distortion Review

The MXR DD-11 Dime distortion pedal by Jim Dunlop was, unlike other Dime equipment made in conjunction with Dimbag himself. It features a cammo paint job, and some of the most aggressive distortion to come out of a distortion pedal. Oh, and it has a picture of Dime’s face on it. When it comes to (read more…)

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Dimebag Signature Wah Review

Unlike other signature wah pedals from Jim Dunlop, the Dimebag Signature Wah comes packed with features. Given that the original crybaby has no controls at all (other than the foot pedal rocker), this is probably the most versatile wah-wah pedal you’ll ever find. Most signature crybabies take the original idea and tweak the EQ and (read more…)

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Dean From Hell CFH Review

The Dean from Hell CFC ‘Cowboy from Hell’ is a replica of Dimebag Darrel’s (Pantera and Damageplan) own guitar. It isn’t quite the same as a signature guitar, because it wasn’t designed by Dime and Dean guitars together. This is a replica of the guitar that Dime customized, himself. First, a little History… Dime’s original (read more…)

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