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  1. Re: Pickup position used for Hear My Train a Comin' off of Blues?

    Thanks. I guessed middle as it doesn't sound quite as bright as most bridge pickups I've heard, but the idea that *his* bridge pup sound would have a bit of high end rolled off due to orientation...
  2. Pickup position used for Hear My Train a Comin' off of Blues?

    Does anyone know for certain what pickup position Hendrix used for Hear My Train a Comin' off of Hendrix Blues album? To me it sounds like middle, but I'd like to hear opinions from others.
  3. Re: Hendrix's writing from the viewpoint of someone with strong music theory.

    Thanks for the offer. PM sent.
  4. Re: Hendrix's writing from the viewpoint of someone with strong music theory.

    Oh to be clear, I wasn't remotely insisting he did, but still, those entirely improvised phrases (once set in place in a recording and later transcribed) can then be analyzed and categorized by...
  5. Re: Hendrix's writing from the viewpoint of someone with strong music theory.

    I appreciate the problem of my original question being too general. I'll try to find some specific examples to ask about in the future. I suppose I was thinking that while Hendrix's roots in blues...
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    Re: Hendrix left hand technique - A question.

    Thanks for the link to that video. I wonder if you can clarify two other things (it's hard to tell from the videos I've seen). Did he hold his pick with a tilt toward the horn (conventional) or the...
  7. Re: Hendrix's writing from the viewpoint of someone with strong music theory.

    Perhaps my question does lend itself to any brief forum discussion, so perhaps instead I should ask if there are any books on Hendrix that try to describe his musicality. Are there any books that...
  8. Hendrix's writing from the viewpoint of someone with strong music theory.

    I have to admit my understanding of music theory is very weak, but I am still curious how someone with strong theory would describe Jimi's writing style to someone else who is unfamiliar with Hendrix...
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    Re: Guitarist's emulating Hendrix

    Awesome playing!! Can hardly believe some of the subtleties you pick up. Please give consideration to these songs for any future videos you might make: Hey Joe, Red House, Foxy Lady, Remember (from...
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    Hendrix left hand technique - A question.

    Was Hendrix a hybrid picker? I haven't seen a lot of videos, and those that I have do not betray his left hand action clear enough to see what going on, but I just checked out a youtube video on how...
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    Re: Difficulty viewing Crosstown Torrents

    That's terrific. Problem solved. Thanks.
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    Difficulty viewing Crosstown Torrents

    I joined Crosstown torrents a short time ago, and very much appreciated the responses to my first question. However, I have to admit that CT is one of the most difficult forums I have encountered as...
  13. Re: Experience Hendrix: The Best of Jimi Hendrix published by Hal Leonard. A question

    Hey that's really thoughtful J. Lucas, thanks, but I'll decline on the offer, at least for the time being, merely because I'm going to have my hands full for a long time just getting a handle on the...
  14. Re: Experience Hendrix: The Best of Jimi Hendrix published by Hal Leonard. A question

    I'm sure there's some bad tabs out there, but the Experience Hendrix book seems to be universally regarded as the best for accuracy, based on reviews and feedback, and it would be nice to know who to...
  15. Re: Experience Hendrix: The Best of Jimi Hendrix published by Hal Leonard. A question

    Thanks for the reply. I'm disappointed to learn that Hal Leonard can't extend the smallest of courtesies to transcribers. It takes an incredible amount of work by very talented and dedicated players...
  16. Experience Hendrix: The Best of Jimi Hendrix published by Hal Leonard. A question

    Does anyone know who transcribed or tabbed out the guitar parts in Experience Hendrix? It's a shame that the transcriber(s) would not be given credit somewhere in the book.
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