As we just passed the 10 year anniversary of the tragic death of legendary Pantera guitarist Dimebag Darrell, Guitar World magazine's Feb. 2015 issue is a tribute to his life and music. In the clip above, the magazine offers video tour of Dimebag's home and studio in Texas.

It includes a look at Dimebag's guitar coffin, where all his guitars are stored, along with the cutout used to design his signature model. Inside the house there's a ton of memorabilia on the walls that Dime collected over the years.

You also get a look at the infamous bathroom where everybody that visited signed their name and the kitchen where countless shots were poured. The last part of the video gives a look at Dimebag's recording studio.

Numerous rockers paid tribute to Dimebag around the 10th anniversary of his death last year, including Soulfly‘s Max Cavalera.  He told Loudwire, “He’s a very special person and he’s really missed in the metal world and the rock world. He was one of a kind,” says Cavalera. “There’s only a few of those people who kind of exist. He’s very talented, an amazing musician and a humble and cool guy — not a rock star a–hole. It was a really big loss that tragedy happened to him. It sucked.”

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