Dimebag Darrell’s Washburn Dime 3 “The Great Southern Trendkillers”

This Washburn model Dime 3 was one of Dimebag’s main guitars around the release of Pantera’s 1996 album. The guitar was known for its rebel flag design, and the words “The Great Southern Trendkillers” written on the lower horn.

As far as specs, the guitar was equipped with a Floyd Rose tremolo system, a Bill Lawrence L-500XL pickup in the bridge position, and a Seymor Duncan SH1-N’59 in the neck position.

Dimebag with his rebel flag Washburn Dime 3 in the music video for the song “Drag the Waters”.


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