Talkin' Blues: The Brilliance of Jimi Hendrix's Rhythm Guitar Playing
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When Jimi Hendrix first exploded onto the scene, much attention was riveted on his radical reinvention of guitar-soloing vocabulary, technique and sound, inspired by a now-familiar roster of great blues soloists. But Hendrix had another musical asset that set him apart from similarly influence British blues-rock contemporaries: years of experience as a professional R&B rhythm guitarist.
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