#3
Pretty sweet, i must admit.

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#4
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I thought he was pretty much great. A lot better than hendrix was on that song.


Nowhere near as good as hendrix's.
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#5
He's a great guitarist, I'm hoping to get lessons from him, but in this particular video I think his tone is a bit too gainy - I love that old school blues tone that Hendrix got. I think the solo and the back end of the intro could do without the long "fast" legato phrases as well, but by the same token I don't blame him for chucking them in - I know it can be tempting!
#6
I liked it, fronk is right though. Hendrix's is a one off, different kind of style. The song reminded me a bit of SRV and Gary Moore, in the playing style.

Do me a favour and tell your friend that he's a really good singer. Ok?

Gonna Leave this town

Gotta leave this town

Gonna make a whole lotta money

Gonna be big yeah...
(Jimi Hendrix - Hear My Train A Comin')

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#7
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I liked it, fronk is right though. Hendrix's is a one off, different kind of style. The song reminded me a bit of SRV and Gary Moore, in the playing style.

Do me a favour and tell your friend that he's a really good singer. Ok?



Nah he's got a big enough ego lol