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Best Dimebag Solos And Riffs

December 8th, it's now been five years since "Dimebag" Darrell Lance Abbott was murdered. Here are some of the best solos and riffs that this guitar god came up with.
1Pantera
Floods

One of the greatest solos of all time.
2Walk

This simple riff is still heavy as hell and the solo just rips. The most widely known Pantera song.
3Domination

Everything about this song is amazing. Probably the most thrashy song that Pantera made with a brutal breakdown that shows today's metalcore bands how it's done.
4I'm Broken

Everything about this tune screams badass.
5Cowboys from Hell

Another famous Pantera signature with that epic intro riff.
6Damageplan
Explode

Can't forget about Damageplan. This song does just what the title says.
7Pantera
Suicide Note Pt. 1 and 2

Proof that Dimebag can play acoustic, followed by what is probably the most fierce Pantera song in existence in part two.
8Damageplan
Save Me

I just love the squeals from Dime on this.
9Pantera
5 Minutes Alone

Just watch the music video and be in awe of his hands.
10Cemetary Gates

Beautiful guitar work in the verses and one of his best solos.
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