Dimebag Darrell’s Washburn Dime 3 “Trendkill”

This Washburn was one of Dime’s main guitars during the “The Great Southern Trendkill” era and was most famously used during the Ozz fest in 1998. The guitar had a camo finish, the word “Trendkill” written on the upper horn, “Roswell” on the side, and a sticker of an alien on the back. The specs were the same as with most of Dime’s guitars – Floyd Rose tremolo, and Bill Lawrence X500XL/Seymour Duncan SH1-N’59 set of pickups.

Dimebag with his camo
Dimebag with his camo “Trendkill” Washburn guitar.


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