There are a lot of happy people out there rejoicing that Korn's former guitarist Brian "Head" Welch is playing some shows with the band again. But before all the festivals and summer touring kicks off, there was a Korn preview of sorts at the NAMM Convention in Anaheim.

Korn's drummer Ray Luzier was performing as part of a Sabian-backed jam session with bass and guitar greats Billy Sheehan and George Lynch. During a break in the action, Luzier grabbed the microphone to reveal the performance's special guest. He told the audience, "I'm really, really extremely happy to announce that Brian 'Head' Welch, the original guitar player of Korn, will be touring in Korn this summer, for the tour, European, States and all." And with that, he introduced Welch who was in attendance at the event.

The guitarist took the stage for a brief performance of Korn's breakthrough hit 'Blind,' while visibly enjoying his surroundings. During the lead-in on the song, Welch turned to George Lynch and told the crowd, "I wouldn't even be playing guitar if it wasn't for that dude," which got a chuckle from the longtime Dokken and Lynch Mob axeman.

Korn recently revealed that Welch would be joining them for their European trek and it was announced this week that he was also pulling double duty at this year's Rock on the Range festival, playing with Korn as well as his current band Love and Death. The summer dates mark the first extended touring for Welch with Korn since 2004.

Watch Brian 'Head' Welch With Ray Luzier, George Lynch and Billy Sheehan Performing Korn's 'Blind'