Steve Wariner - No More Mr. Nice Guy

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  1. cber1517

    cber1517 Supporting Member

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    I found this rare gem at a local used store for $5 this weekend and have to say it is a great chickin' pickin' feast if you've never heard it. Of course, it is out of print now. This came out a year before before Brent Mason's Hot Wired, another rare one to find these days. Anyway, there are some great players on here - Vince Gill, Chet Atkins, Leo Kotke, Larry Carlton, Richie Sambora, Bela Fleck, Sam Bush - you get the picture.

    Anyone else have this one?

    :phones
     
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    Haptown Breakdown is bad arse pickin' by all players
     
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    No doubt! I like that Steve's tone has more dirt than your standard country tone of that 90's period. Vince Gill's tone is sweet too!

    :AOK
     
  5. diego

    diego Member

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    Richie Sambora?
     
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    Mark C Member

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    Great CD. Wariner is definately a great player, as are all the other guys featured on this CD.
     
  7. cber1517

    cber1517 Supporting Member

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    Yep. He plays on the last track Guitar Talk.
     
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    me jammin w/steve circa 2000 or so...

    when we were done i played a coupla open tuning things i had been doing...
    he remarked "i oughta get back into open tunings"...and then i said , cool, and you can put one on an album and name it after me...and he said "yeah, right"...as in, "no effen way"...he was really cool, though, humble and was kind enough to spend some time with me...











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  9. mtcoolg

    mtcoolg Gold Supporting Member

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    I bought it new and still love it. I ran into Steve at summer NAMM in Nashville at the Carr Amp booth. He's a player!
     

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