The overt affection of a little kid for a specific guitar was seen by a good Samaritan at a Colorado music shop, and he decided to purchase the instrument for the youngster as an anonymous present.
Fallon often came into the store in Colorado, with a request to play “the Pantera guitar,” a reference to a model made famous by the guitarist for the heavy metal band Pantera.
According to a Facebook post from the music shop, “Fallon is affected by Williams Syndrome and has outstanding knowledge and a strong passion for music. It had always been his goal to buy this instrument.”
A client saw Fallon eight months ago when he was in the shop playing it.
“This client was so impressed by the experience that he returned to the shop later and requested us to deliver the guitar to Fallon in an anonymous manner the next time we saw him.”
On top of that, Pantera’s Philip Anselmo and Rex Brown, according to the band’s manager Kim Davis, phoned the family to inform them that they would be sending him a rockin’ care package.
He and his family had relocated to Texas, but when they returned to Colorado, they stopped in at the business, where they were surprised by the surprise that awaited them…
“His mother broke into tears, and Fallon’s face lit up with delight. It was an unforgettable experience,” they wrote. “There are still wonderful individuals in this world,” says the narrator.