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    Dimebag Darrell/Damageplan Signed Washburn Guitar. Dimebag Darrell and Vinnie Paul started forming Damageplan in early 2003, not long after the awkward breakup of their previous band, Pantera. The brothers began working on tracks at Darrell's home studio in Dallas, and their first album, New Found Power, debuted in February 2004 to a strong response. But tragedy struck on December 8, 2004, at the Alrosa Village rock club in Columbus, Ohio, when Darrell and three other men were shot to death in a bizarre altercation with a disgruntled fan. This black Washburn Dime 332 Signature Model guitar, designed in 2003 to the guitarist's specs (he in turn endorsed the brand during his career), is signed in silver Sharpie by Dimebag Darrell, as well as Damageplan members Vinnie Paul, Patrick Lachman, and Bob Zilla. In Excellent condition. Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.

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