#1


Looks like a Dean, but I don't think it is.
I could be wrong. I like it alot it looks like a two tone razor back minus the odd looking metal edges
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#2
headstock looks like it says washburn
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#3
its gotta be a dean even tho the name on the headstock doesnt seem to agree.....its matt heafy of trivium and they were given some of those guitars by the family of dimebag darrell....cant be sure tho i guess
#4
thats a dean (dimebag?) ML
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#5
Its FOR SURE a Washburn; to be specific it's one of the Dimebag Darrell signature models. I'm not sure which model but I know for a fact it's a Washburn Dime model.
#8
It may, in fact, be one of the guitars given to Trivium by Rita Abbott, one of Dimes.
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#9
a little off topic. But did Rita marry Dime?
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#10
I don't think so, I remember her being referred to as "Rita haney" on the Behind the music, which only debuted last week, so its not old at all.
#11
i think, i may be wrong but a dean ml copy, made by some random company lol!
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