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Hawaiian War Chant This is a little demo I cooked up in the studio just for fun. When we occasionally play this live, I intrude on the drummer's space to play a little war chant duet.
Sugarfootin' This is a composition to honor Hank "Sugarfoot" Garland, one of the most brilliant players in country music history. Hank's "Sugarfoot Rag" is part of the standard repertoire for any guitar player. I combined elements inspired by the original piece with some jazz flavored rides. I sent a copy to Hank!!!
First Train Headed South Solo This solo is from on Roger Wallace's CD, "That Kind of Lonely", which appeared on the Texas Roundup Records label. 
Cedar Fever Solo "Cedar Fever" is the lead track from the AM Band CD, "On the Radio". I played this solo on a Washburn J-6 with 0.013 - 0.056 round-wound strings, through my early 60's Fender Princeton amp.
Ode To Better Living Solo This appeared on Git Gone's first release, "Rockin' Tunes". I played this solo on one of my 1986 G&L ASAT's, same early 60's Princeton as above. There no tricks involved... just pickin' as fast as I can.
Paralyzed Solo Once again, it's the ASAT, neck pickup, Princeton amp. The ASAT has an amazing variety of tones and here it sounds like a hollow body, but it's not.
Special Delivery Stomp Solo This was on The AM Band, "Swang" CD. This was no off-the-cuff improvisation. I probably did this about 30 times before I managed to play it all right. I just wanted something with a "gee-whiz" sort of feel. ASAT, Princeton.
This Time Solo As I listened to pick out some solos for this collections, I was surprised at how few pure-country solos I'd recorded, most being country-jazz hybrids. This is pedal steel inspired, harmonically. There's some tight intervals, a couple of bends. ASAT plus Princeton.
Opposite Attraction Solo This solo is part of the song -- I play pretty much the same thing each time this song is performed. ASAT thru Princeton.
Uncle Dave Got Caught Solo I just like this one because of the open string run and the twangy sound.
Roger Wallace
"Don't Nobody Love Me"