Jimi Hendrix, the world's most famous Fender Stratocaster player couldn't have played anything other than a Strat, could he?
In this episode of A Tale of Two Tones, we take a look at the tones of Jimi Hendrix. Famous for mostly playing a Strat however, he was also seen playing a select range of Gibson guitars. Most notably a psychedelic painted Flying V.
Approaching the Tale of Two Tones of Jimi Hendrix slightly differently to previous episodes, Jack takes a deep dive into how these two types of guitars might affect Hendrix's playing style differently and his tone compared to the classic Fender Stratocaster!
As mentioned we have recently taken an in depth look at the development of Jimi Hendrix and his uses of effects and pedals throughout his career. Find that video here: https://youtu.be/29mkbmt_5As.
We hope you enjoy this slightly different take on A Tale of Two Tones, and leave in the comment section below your thoughts!