The KORN BSC (Butt Sex Crips) Online Fan Club has uploaded pictures of a guitar hand-painted by KORN frontman Jonathan Davis and guitarist James "Munky" Shaffer in honor of late PANTERA/DAMAGEPLAN guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott for the art tribute "Six-String Masterpieces", which debuted late last month at Winter NAMM in Anaheim, California. The guitar's design was based on KORN's 1999 album "Issues" and was signed by all KORN bandmembers. Check out the out the photos at KornTV.co.uk: Photo#1, Photo#2.The "Six-String Masterpieces: The Dimebag Darrell Art Tribute" includes the following: * A collection of 50 guitars, hand-painted by world-famous rock stars and internationally known modern artists. * A charitable art auction to benefit a foundation dedicated to music, education and improving the lives of today’s youth. * A travelling entertainment attraction hitting major U.S. markets in 2006. * A highly-publicized tour that will feature an art opening party and VIP reception in each city attended by participating artists, press, celebrities and entertainment industry personel. "Six-String Masterpieces: The Dimebag Darrell Art Tribute" debuted at Winter NAMM in Anaheim, California before heading off on tour to major U.S. markets. The guitars will be auctioned off with proceeds going to a foundation dedicated to furthering music education. For more infrormation, click here. (Thanks: KornTV.co.uk)
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