A Young Man with Disabilities Got a Free Dimebag Darrell Guitar
A young man with developmental disabilities got an awesome surprise on New Year's Eve when an anonymous customer bought the DIMEBAG DARRELL guitar he used to play at a Colorado music shop, and asked the staff to give it to him.
"I'd like to hear more stories like this in the New Year: There's a store called J.B. Hart Music in Grand Junction, Colorado. And a young man named Fallon used to come in all the time and ask to play the signature DIMEBAG DARRELL guitar."
Fallon has intellectual and developmental disabilities due to a condition called Williams Syndrome, but he's way into music, and he'd always wanted his own guitar.
One day last year, someone came into the store and saw Fallon playing the axe. After Fallon left, the anonymous customer BOUGHT the guitar, and asked the staff to give it to him next time he came in.
Well, the staff didn't know it, but Fallon moved from Colorado to Texas, so they didn't see him for EIGHT MONTHS. But he came back to visit family, and on New Year's Eve he went to the shop and FINALLY got his gift.
THE PHOTOS from their Facebook page are precious and are linked above.