Dean ML Lightning Bolt - Main guitar up to and including the album Far Beyond Driven. Can be seen: Cowboys From Hell, Cemetery Gates, Walk, 5 Minutes Alone, Domination. Equipped with a Bill Lawrence L500XL Bridge Pickup. This guitar was won by Darrell in a guitar competition and sold to Buddy Blaze so Dime could pay for a new car. Blaze did the lightning bolt graphic and paint job. Dime begged for the guitar back but Blaze would not sell it. Eventually Blaze returned the guitar to Dime and the rest is history.
Dean ML, Black - Another Dean that can be seen in the video for Mouth For War.
Dean ML, Red - Can be seen: This Love (during the chorus)
Dean ML 79 - Another one of the most infamous Dime guitars. Can be seen: This Love (Verse) Walk
Dean ML with Bullet Hole Graphics - Can Be Seen: I'm Broken
Dean Dime O Flame - Used With Damageplan
Dean ML, Black - This ML was used on tour with Damageplan
Dean Dimebag Tribute Guitars - These guitars were released after Dimebag's death
Dean Razorback Guitars - Designed by Dime but never played by him. The prototype was delivered to Dean Zelinsky the day after Dime's death. Players using the Razorback include Zakk Wylde and Trivium.
Dean Razorback "V" Guitars = Another protoype that Dime designed but never actually got the chance to use onstage.
Washburn Guitars - Dime played Washburn from 1996 - 2004. Models include The Stealth, Culprit, and 333 line. He rejoined Dean Guitars 6 months before his death.
Randall Amps: Randall Century 200 heads, Randall Warhead, Randall Cabs. Dime preferred these solid state amps over tube amps. Dime says that he could not get enough gain from a tube amp and complained that tube amps were too "warm".
Warheads: Dime's Warhead stacks can be seen in the Revolution Is My Name video. Prototypes were used on Reinventing The Steel album.
Krank Amps: Dime first used the Revolution when he was searching for a new amp. Dime designed what would be known as the Krankenstein. He took this amp out on tour with Damageplan.
Dimebag Pickups: Bill Lawrence L500XL. These were loaded in the bridge in just about everyone of Dime's guitars. Although he had a signature pickup, the "Dimebucker", he mainly used the Bill Lawrence.
Dunlop 535Q Wah - Wah pedal used before Dime had his signature model.
Dunlop Crybaby From Hell - Dimebag's signature model wah pedal.
Distortion pedals: Dime has a signature model MXR distortion but in his live rig he was using the Zakk Wylde Over Drive for even more gain.