Aaron Williams Drag the Waters Cover Contest Submission

Aaron Williams Drag the Waters Cover Contest Submission

January 20, 2013 - 8:16pm

Vote for me @ https://jammit.com/contest/entry/3201

Dimebag is my all-time favorite guitarist and he's inspired me more than ANYBODY! I was fortunate enough to see the mighty PanterA live 7 times and so I wanted the solo to be all about the "feel" and to make Dime proud and play this like he would if he were jammin' it live. I busted my balls to learn this and you'll notice that I'm not sitting in a computer chair filmin' this shit. If there is one thing I learned from Dimebag...You can't go to war sittin' down!!! I turned the CD way down so that you're not hearing Dime, you're hearing me. I'm not using any effects except my good ol' DIME CRUNCH!! I just played whatever came to me at the end of the song in order to do a little roastin' of my own! I hopes ya'll likes it! Keep it real and GETCHA' PULL!!! Rest in Peace Brother Dime.

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February 2, 2013 - 5:07pm
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I've got the WRONG entry number posted on the link! It's NOT 3201 it's 3269!!!

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