Former PANTERA/current DAMAGEPLAN guitarist Dimebag Darrell made two in-store appearances at Sam Ash locations in Edison, NJ and Carle Place (Long Island), NY over the weekend. Check out the pictures here.
Dimebag's appearances at Sam Ash were sponsored by Dunlop, the maker of the world famous Cry-Baby wah pedal and the innovator behind the revolutionary Dimebag "Cry-Baby from Hell" Wah Pedal and the Dime Distortion Pedal.
Dime reportedly stayed until the very end, meeting and signing autographs for every fan who made the scene.
"I love being able to blow up my fans with something as cool as one of my signature MXR or Crybaby pedals," he said. "Plus, I can relate to waiting in lines to buy concert tickets or for a chance to see my favorite guitar players when I was a kid. That's why every person who waited in line got a piece of Dime."
DAMAGEPLAN's debut album, "New Found Power" is due on February 10 through Elektra Records. A video for the track "Breathing New Life" (mp3) was recently shot in Dallas, Texas with porn director Red Ezra ("Serenity In Toyland", "Riders", "Love Shack").
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