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Thread: Jimi plays, well, Jimi!

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    Default Jimi plays, well, Jimi!

    Since our own Jimi75 isn't tooting his own horn, here's a couple of cool Jimi covers he posted. Great stuff!

    Hey Joe


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    Always nice to see/hear something from Jimi - Thanks, Rev, for passing these along! And thanks, Jimi, if you see this!

    Ted
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    Aside from the guitar being upside-down ( ), those were very well done.
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    I mean, no offense, but I don't really see why, like guitar players from Creed, or something like that, are on the cover of guitar magazines. Almost anybody can sit down and learn to play those songs.
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    Awesome!
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    Iíve logged in after ages and was mega surprised by this thread! What an honor!
    Actually, I am currently preparing a solo program based around Jimiís music. Thatís why I have to dive into his songs a little deeper - not that I am not totally into them anyways :-)

    Last Thursday I have fulfilled a dream and bought myself a 1969 Fender Custom Shop Strat in olympic white...with a maple fretboard...of course ;-)

    I plan on shooting a little demo video, but time is ultra tight these days.
    However, thanks for sharing my videos here, I really appreciate it!
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    Hey Jimi long time no see, it's good to have you back I'm sure that these "Jimi Hendrix" serie will be great, can't wait to see it
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