U.K.'s Total Guitar magazine has created Play Guitar Like Dimebag Darrell, a brand-new app for iPad designed to help players looking for an introduction to late PANTERA guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott's style and approach. The app teaches users to play in the style of Dimebag with a combination of video lessons, tab and backing tracks covering the most important rhythm and lead techniques. You also get recommended amp and pedal settings for nailing Dime's punishing tone, plus a buyer's guide full of recommended gear for all budgets. As a bonus, classic album reviews and biographical information tell the story behind the man and the music.
Download the Total Guitar app now and purchase the Play Guitar Like Dimebag Darrell app for just £1.49 here.
Dimebag Darrell was co-founder and lead guitarist for PANTERA. When PANTERA broke up in 2003, Dimebag and his brother Vinnie Paul formed DAMAGEPLAN. On Dec. 8, 2004, while performing with DAMAGEPLAN at the Alrosa Villa in Columbus, Ohio, Dimebag was shot and killed onstage by Nathan Gale. He was 38 years old.
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