Hair Storm, flowery dress and Fender Stratocaster in his hands, held upside down.
That’s Jimi Hendrix.
The well-known that during their performances he destroying guitars, amplifiers
and the guitar effects he used.
He played with tongue, teeth and the microphone stand.
His performances was a real show.
Although it is mainly famous as a solo guitarist before becoming an artist, as we remember him, he accompanied many stars of rhythm and blues.
Guitar World recently recalled the great lessons by Keith Wyatt.
Keith in an accessible way presented the best elements of the accompaniment in the style of Jimi Hendrix.
We’ll see how to create melodies around the chords while playing by adding a few extra notes.
How to use with chords pentatonic scales, playing both single notes and two-notes.
He will also shows what Jimi Hendrix did, that completely turned the
Talkin’ Blues: The Brilliance of Jimi Hendrix’s Rhythm Guitar Playing – Part I
Talkin’ Blues: The Brilliance of Jimi Hendrix’s Rhythm Guitar Playing – Part II
If you like the style in which Keith Wyatt show the the secrets of guitars check this DVD course.
Click here: Rockin’ the Blues DVD
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