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kris_mc  
11 Mar 2006 03:11 | Quote
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any one wanna chat about the legend of all times jimi hedrix.
boldaslove  
5 Apr 2006 19:24 | Quote
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JIMI HENDRIX one of the greatest guitarist of all time and one of the reasons i picked up the guitar.
Hetfield_and_Hammet  
6 Apr 2006 06:43 | Quote
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I'm halfway through Little wing, that is an awesome guitar song.
cobain123  
6 Apr 2006 21:28 | Quote
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Jimi Hendrix Is a damn good guitarist/musician, but I wouldn't call him the greatest legend of all time!!
boldaslove  
11 Apr 2006 16:49 | Quote
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in my opinion he is the GREATEST guitarist/MUSICIAN of all time. His creativity is way out of this world. And there will never be another like him.
Chimzar  
13 Apr 2006 15:16 | Quote
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What makes Hendrix so great is that he was not only a great musician/guitarist; however, he was also a great showman. The crowd was entertained by everything he did, guitar or other wise. It is easy to find someone better at guitar or a better showman but not both at the level he was.
Ummagummas08  
11 May 2006 21:56 | Quote
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Hendrix was a good musician, but his band wasnt very good. His best being the Band Of Gypsies. He wrote some really innovative stuff (Mainly from sweet ass acid trips ((they really do help your playing, believe me)) ) If you listen to a lot of his stuff though you'll notice that he plays all the parts, while his band just follows in awe. Phish is better musically b/c they move as a unit, following eachother down to the very beat of a song. Basically Trey plays a solo, and the pianist is already playing EXACTLY what Trey is playing. But he is a damn legend.
orbsycli  
21 May 2006 17:24 | Quote
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Dude,
the guy transcended his soul thru that guitar,
with the help of his ally,
LSD,
he converted so much energy into his music
and though he's dead
YOU CAN STILL FEEL IT.

THAT'S LIFE AFTER DEATH,
metaphorically.
He was an amazing person,
you can feel it in his vibrations.

Not to mention how experimental he was in his studio.

I love the man.

He was a good "showman"
'cause he was fucking tripping
and LOVED MUSIC
boldaslove  
2 Jun 2006 20:43 | Quote
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His will withstand time and will always touch the souls of people everywhere. There are many great guitarist out there but few can ever come close to Hendrix. There is only one I ever heard that was on his level and that is Jimmy Page. Both of these guys creativity was beyond their time.
boldaslove  
2 Jun 2006 20:44 | Quote
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I ment to put his music will withstand time.
niedan  
7 Jun 2006 04:17 | Quote
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Dont forget about Stevie Ray Vauhan = p
miro  
8 Jun 2006 07:00 | Quote
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he was GREAT MUSICIAN! the ONE
yeah! that is the real true!Ah if i can play like that! :P
ibanez_zz00  
9 Jun 2006 12:19 | Quote
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i think really only a true musican can understand the intensity of Mr. Hendrix, the average (none musician) just sees him as another guitarist, they cant see behind what they hear.
REDSTRAT  
25 Oct 2007 06:17 | Quote
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STAY AWAY FROM THE FENCE
tAUG  
29 Oct 2007 03:01 | Quote
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Hendrix wasn't only a great musician, he was the first doing what he was doing. THAT is what really makes him great.
Mici  
2 Nov 2007 14:35 | Quote
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He's one of the main reasons I started playing, guitar. Although I'm not creative(Musically), when I listen to him, or guitarists like him, it just makes me go on and explore what more does the guitar have to offer.
soy.el.che  
2 Nov 2007 18:51 | Quote
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do never say you are not creative
hendrix was an awesome musician but he is a legend cause he gave people cool music and a great performance cause there are many great musicians on the undergrounds that might not get to be famous cause they were bad performers when live or lose their oportunities.....
thats what i think
Slash  
2 Nov 2007 19:15 | Quote
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hendrix...forever...he doesnt play his guitar...he speaks with it...and this makes a musician a real good artist
simon73  
3 Nov 2007 19:52 | Quote
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Many guitarist have learn loads from Hendrix style and sound such people like Zakk Wylde to Dave Murray Maiden.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3fBaXvxdlQ

Say no more

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqWlOpebw5o

Cool as hell (well I would say that)

Okay last one

Mr Zakk and Slash play along now
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJaaTfrOr-g

Still hate some people on the comments shame that they have no skill and never played or pick up a guitar to comment on youtube. Sad F***s

Read this comment "slash is a shit I play much better" Yeh sure so why are you not doing what Slash has done and Zakk and others just shows how cr(ap some people are

Sorry some poeple get to me
shredder101  
5 Nov 2007 01:25 | Quote
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vodoo child is freakin' great!
Double_Birth  
8 Nov 2007 10:48 | Quote
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The main harpischord/guitar riff of 'Burning of the Midnight Lamp' is one of the greatest things I've ever heard.
Guitarslinger124  
8 Nov 2007 12:00 | Quote
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his cover of "all along the watchtower" is one of my favorite songs of all time...
tAUG  
15 Nov 2007 09:00 | Quote
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I think that "Little Wing" is the best one, I think.. uww... yeah I do.
Wildchild  
19 Nov 2007 02:11 | Quote
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voodoo child, puprle haze, fire, litte wing .. . can it get any guitar songs?
Wildchild  
19 Nov 2007 02:11 | Quote
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better* XD
Doz  
19 Nov 2007 09:01 | Quote
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You can edit your posts if you look at the top right of your message.

:)
Sean48  
28 Nov 2007 20:34 | Quote
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Some of you were saying that Jimi Hendrix was a great showman and stuff but later in his career he would get very frustrated when people would boo him if he tried to just play without setting something on fire. A lot of people didn't take him seriously and just came to concerts expecting a good show.

btw when Hendrix played, not only was he talented but I think the best part of his music is that he makes you feel the emotion
my fave overall song is bold as love but the best guitar part i would say would be maybe voodoo child
soy.el.che  
10 Dec 2007 18:57 | Quote
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yep... bold as love is great song... ive learned it guitar n lyrics at the same time... quite difficult
KicknGuitar  
18 Dec 2007 01:43 | Quote
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SRV may be the blues child of JMH, but I've been enjoying his playing much more than JMH.
purplephrase  
22 Jan 2008 16:36 | Quote
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kris_mc says:
Copy and Paste quote here!
yeah, i need help with a search.

GuitarBoy666  
22 Jan 2008 17:16 | Quote
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lol @ dude above me :P
nah you have to copy and paste what he said, i don't like it but its gotta be done
REDSTRAT  
25 Jan 2008 06:08 | Quote
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IF YOU DON'T LIKE JIMI HENDRIX YOU MUST BE AN ACCORDIAN AND TRIANGLE PLAYER
REDSTRAT  
25 Jan 2008 06:10 | Quote
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I TAUGH HIM EVERY THING HE KNOWS.ABOUT THE KAZOO
GuitarBoy666  
25 Jan 2008 11:13 | Quote
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You probably play all of those 3 instruments strat... lol
Doz  
26 Jan 2008 10:09 | Quote
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How about redtrat... if you're classical guitarists or a punk guitarist - then do you *really* need to have such a high opinion of Hendrix?

I'm not saying I don't like Hendrix, but you're opinions are... flawed, and you go about posting in a weird way.
deefa  
26 Jan 2008 11:42 | Quote
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Jimi was without doubt a great guitarist, but I can remember others (perhaps because I myself was a teenager at the time in question) who would also make you sit up and take notice ie Jeff Beck, Jimmy page and last but by no means least, Richie Blackmore. He was turning feedback into an art form while J.H.was still jumping out of 'planes!


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