Steve Wariner and his Gretsch G6120T-SW Steve Wariner Signature Nashville Gentleman graced the March cover of Vintage Guitar magazine. In an in-depth feature story, the country star dished on a range of topics including how his father influenced his music style early-on. “He’d show me his Chet [Atkins] albums,” said Wariner. “I’d listen to [Merle]
FOX17’s Eric Dahl caught up with Steve Wariner at the famed RCA Studio B in Nashville for a wide-ranging chat that included his early bass player days, memories of Studio A and working with Chet Atkins, his latest projects, collaborating with Megadeth’s Dave Mustaine and of course, his Gretsch G6120T-SW Steve Wariner Signature Nashville Gentleman.
Country great Steve Wariner discussed what inspired the design aesthetic of his new Gretsch G6120T-SW Steve Wariner Signature Nashville Gentleman with Premier Guitar’s John Bohlinger in a new episode of Rig Rundown. “Gretsch and I have a really long relationship,” said Wariner. “[Joe Carducci] said draw out some stuff and give us your wish list.
The exquisite G6120T-SW Steve Wariner Signature Nashville® Gentleman with Bigsby® nabbed Guitar Player magazine’s “Editor Pick” award, with reviewer Dave Hunter praising the model’s premium appointments that lend themselves to various playing styles. “Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter and top-tier Nashville collaborator Steve Wariner spec’d out his ‘ultimate Gretsch,’ and the results will likely suit demanding players
Vintage Guitar magazine’s Zac Childs reviewed the new G6120T-SW Steve Wariner Signature Nashville Gentleman in the August issue, and came away loving the personal touches the country singer outfitted his signature model with. “By combining his favorite features from vintage and modern Gretsches and then adding player friendly modifications and a beautiful custom finish, Wariner