Guitar World magazine has issued the following press release regarding the upcoming "Guitar World's Tribute To Fallen Guitar Heroes" March 2005 issue:

"Anyone that reads Guitar World knows Dimebag Darrell was family. He had been featured regularly in Guitar World for more than a decade and appeared in our pages dozens of times. Darrell also contributed a monthly Guitar World column that ran on and off for at least five years. He was more than just a guitarist we admired; he was a part of the fabric of our magazine and someone we called 'brother.'

"While Guitar World mourns Dimebag, the magazine also rejoices at the chance to pay tribute to him and his accomplishments. Guitar World looks back on the life and times of Dimebag Darrell, the original cowboy from hell, whose explosive style and live-wire personality forever changed the face of heavy metal guitar. PLUS: Dimebag meets Eddie Van Halen, a report from Dime's funeral and memorial services, and his last Guitar World interview, which is also included as a part of the issue's supplemental CD-ROM."


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