Andere Musiker wurden als Gitarrengötter verehrt. Er drang in höhere Sphären vor: Jimi Hendrix zum Todestag. Welche Gitarren spielte Jimi Hendrix? Wie hat Hendrix seine Gitarren modifiziert? Welche Saiten hat Hendrix gespielt? Amps & Effekte von Hendrix. Welchen Amp. Jimi Hendrix gilt als größter Rock-Gitarrist des Jahrhunderts. Heute vor 50 Jahren starb er mit 27 an einer Überdosis.
An der Gitarre ein Gott, am Leben gescheitertJames Marshall „Jimi“ Hendrix (* November als John Allen Hendrix in Seattle, Washington; † September in London) war ein. Welche Gitarren spielte Jimi Hendrix? Wie hat Hendrix seine Gitarren modifiziert? Welche Saiten hat Hendrix gespielt? Amps & Effekte von Hendrix. Welchen Amp. Andere Musiker wurden als Gitarrengötter verehrt. Er drang in höhere Sphären vor: Jimi Hendrix zum Todestag.
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Though his active career as a featured artist lasted a mere four years, Hendrix altered the course of popular music and became one of the most successful and influential musicians of his era.
An instrumentalist who radically redefined the expressive potential and sonic palette of the electric guitar, he was the composer of a classic repertoire of songs ranging from ferocious rockers to delicate, complex ballads.
He also was the most charismatic in-concert performer of his generation. A former paratrooper whose honourable medical discharge exempted him from service in the Vietnam War , Hendrix spent the early s working as a freelance accompanist for a variety of musicians, both famous and obscure.
His unorthodox style and penchant for playing at high volume, however, limited him to subsistence-level work until he was discovered in a small New York City club and brought to England in September It proved a lot easier for him to learn their tricks than it was for them to learn his.
Hendrix had an encyclopaedic knowledge of the musical roots on which the cutting-edge rock of his time was based, but, thanks to his years on the road with the likes of Little Richard and the Isley Brothers , he also had hands-on experience of the cultural and social worlds in which those roots had developed and a great admiration for the work of Bob Dylan , the Beatles, and the Yardbirds.
Speedily adapting the current musical and sartorial fashions of late London to his own needs, he was soon able not only to match the likes of the Who at their own high-volume, guitar-smashing game but also to top them with what rapidly became the hottest-ticket show in town.
Its immediate successor, Axis: Bold as Love , followed that December. Relocating back to the United States in , he enjoyed further acclaim with the sprawling, panoramic double album Electric Ladyland, but the second half of his career proved frustrating.
Legal complications from an old contract predating his British sojourn froze his recording royalties, necessitating constant touring to pay his bills; and his audiences were reluctant to allow him to progress beyond the musical blueprint of his earliest successes.