VINNIE PAUL, ZAKK WYLDE, KERRY KING Signing DIMEBAG Posters At NAMM: Photos Available has uploaded a slew of new photos from Day 2 of NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) in Anaheim, California. Included are pictures of more "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott artifacts and the appearance of Vinnie Paul (PANTERA, DAMAGEPLAN), Patrick Lachman (DAMAGEPLAN), Bobzilla (DAMAGEPLAN), Zakk Wylde (BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, OZZY OSBOURNE), Kerry King (SLAYER), Jerry Cantrell (ALICE IN CHAINS) and Scott Ian (ANTHRAX) all hanging together and signing Dimebag posters for NAMM attendees. Check out the slideshow at this location.

In other news, Zakk Wylde was reportedly presented with one of two custom Dean "Razorback" guitars designed by Dimebag (the other one was apparently made for Eddie Van Halen). Check out a photo of Zakk with his Razorback guitar here.

(Thanks: Glenn "TheHawk05")


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