Welche Gitarren spielte Jimi Hendrix? Wie hat Hendrix seine Gitarren modifiziert? Welche Saiten hat Hendrix gespielt? Amps & Effekte von Hendrix. Welchen Amp. Für viele gilt Jimi Hendrix als der beste Gitarrist aller Zeiten. Mit seinem innovativen Spiel und oft extremen Auftritten revolutionierte er die. 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 gescheitertKeiner hatte so intime Tête-à-Têtes mit seiner Gitarre wie Jimi Hendrix. Vor 50 Jahren starb er jung, doch sein Vermächtnis wirkt weiter. Jimi Hendrix gilt als größter Rock-Gitarrist des Jahrhunderts. Heute vor 50 Jahren starb er mit 27 an einer Überdosis. James Marshall „Jimi“ Hendrix (* November als John Allen Hendrix in Seattle, Washington; † September in London) war ein.
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Released in June, it failed to chart. Issued in August by Rosemart Records and distributed by Atlantic, the track reached number 35 on the Billboard chart.
Hendrix toured with the Isleys during much of , but near the end of October, after growing tired of playing the same set every night, he left the band.
Soon afterward, Hendrix joined Little Richards touring band, the Upsetters. Richards popularity was waning at the time, and the single peaked at number 92, where it remained for one week before dropping off the chart.
Hendrix met singer Rosa Lee Brooks while staying at the Wilcox Hotel in Hollywood, and she invited him to participate in a recording session for her single, which included the Arthur Lee penned "My Diary" as the A-side, and "Utee" as the B-side.
Hendrix played guitar on both tracks, which also included background vocals by Lee. The single failed to chart, but Hendrix and Lee began a friendship that lasted several years; Hendrix later became an ardent supporter of Lees band, Love.
The video recording of the show marks the earliest known footage of Hendrix performing. Richard and Hendrix often clashed over tardiness, wardrobe, and Hendrixs stage antics, and in late July, Richards brother Robert fired him.
Hendrix performed with them for eight months. Despite his two-year contract with Sue, Hendrix signed a three-year recording contract with entrepreneur Ed Chalpin on October While the relationship with Chalpin was short-lived, his contract remained in force, which later caused legal and career problems for Hendrix.
Hendrix earned his first composer credits for two instrumentals, "Hornets Nest" and "Knock Yourself Out", released as a Curtis Knight and the Squires single in There, he was offered a residency at the Cafe Wha?
The Blue Flames played at several clubs in New York and Hendrix began developing his guitar style and material that he would soon use with the Experience.
During a performance, Linda Keith, the girlfriend of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, noticed Hendrix and was "mesmerised" by his playing.
She invited him to join her for a drink, and the two became friends. They failed to see Hendrixs musical potential, and rejected him.
Keith referred him to Chas Chandler, who was leaving the Animals and was interested in managing and producing artists.
Chandler saw Hendrix play in Cafe Wha? Chandler liked the Billy Roberts song "Hey Joe", and was convinced he could create a hit single with the right artist.
Impressed with Hendrixs version of the song, he brought him to London on September 24, , and signed him to a management and production contract with himself and ex-Animals manager Michael Jeffery.
On September 24, Hendrix gave an impromptu solo performance at The Scotch of St James, and later that night began a relationship with Kathy Etchingham that lasted for two and a half years.
Following Hendrixs arrival in London, Chandler began recruiting members for a band designed to highlight his talents, the Jimi Hendrix Experience.
Hendrix met guitarist Noel Redding at an audition for the New Animals, where Reddings knowledge of blues progressions impressed Hendrix, who stated that he also liked Reddings hairstyle.
Chandler asked Redding if he wanted to play bass guitar in Hendrixs band; Redding agreed. Chandler began looking for a drummer and soon after contacted Mitch Mitchell through a mutual friend.
Mitchell, who had recently been fired from Georgie Fame and the Blue Flames, participated in a rehearsal with Redding and Hendrix where they found common ground in their shared interest in rhythm and blues.
When Chandler phoned Mitchell later that day to offer him the position, he readily accepted. Chandler also convinced Hendrix to change the spelling of his first name from Jimmy to the more exotic Jimi.
Clapton later said: "He asked if he could play a couple of numbers. I said, Of course, but I had a funny feeling about him. In , Clapton described the performance: "He played just about every style you could think of, and not in a flashy way.
I mean he did a few of his tricks, like playing with his teeth and behind his back, but it wasnt in an upstaging sense at all, and that was it.
He walked off, and my life was never the same again". Their enthusiastically received minute performance at the Olympia theatre in Paris on October 18 marks the earliest known recording of the band.
Ayers described the crowds reaction as stunned disbelief: "All the stars were there, and I heard serious comments, you know shit, Jesus, damn and other words worse than that.
He didnt move until it was time for the show. He then began playing "Earth Blues" before telling the audience: "Thats what happens when earth fucks with space".
Moments later, he briefly sat down on the drum riser before leaving the stage. Miles believed that Jeffery gave Hendrix the drugs in an effort to sabotage the current band and bring about the return of the original Experience lineup.
Jeffery fired Miles after the show and Cox quit, ending the Band of Gypsys. Career Cry of Love Tour Soon after the abruptly ended Band of Gypsys performance and their subsequent dissolution, Jeffery made arrangements to reunite the original Experience lineup.
Although Hendrix, Mitchell, and Redding were interviewed by Rolling Stone in February as a united group, Hendrix never intended to work with Redding.
When Redding returned to New York in anticipation of rehearsals with a re-formed Experience, he was told that he had been replaced with Cox.
During an interview with Rolling Stone s Keith Altham, Hendrix defended the decision: "Its nothing personal against Noel, but we finished what we were doing with the Experience and Billys style of playing suits the new group better.
During the first half of , Hendrix sporadically worked on material for what would have been his next LP. Many of the tracks were posthumously released in as The Cry of Love.
He had started writing songs for the album in , but in April he told Keith Altham that the project had been abandoned. Soon afterward, he and his band took a break from recording and began the Cry of Love tour at the L.
Forum, performing for Set-lists during the tour included numerous Experience tracks as well as a selection of newer material.
Because of ambiguities in the lyrics, listeners often interpret the song as referring to a psychedelic experience , although Hendrix described it as a love song.
The song featured regularly in concerts and each of Hendrix's group configurations issued live recordings. It was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame and is included on lists of the greatest guitar songs, including at number two by Rolling Stone and number one by Q magazine.
Hendrix commented, "That record isn't us. The next one's gonna be different. We're working on an LP which will mainly be our stuff.
I told him to keep working on that, saying, 'That's the next single! According to drummer Mitch Mitchell , he and bassist Noel Redding learned the song in the studio: "Hendrix came in and kind of hummed us the riff and showed Noel the chords and the changes.
I listened to it and we went, 'OK, let's do it. After the basic track was finished, Chandler explained that he and Hendrix developed the song:. With 'Purple Haze', Hendrix and I were striving for a sound and just kept going back in [to the studio], two hours at a time, trying to achieve it.
It wasn't like we were there for days on end. We recorded it, and then Hendrix and I would be sitting at home saying, 'Let's try that.
That's how it was in those days. However long it took to record one specific idea, that's how long we would book.
He had all the parameters of someone who had been dead for some time. We worked on him for about half an hour without any response at all.
He had no pulse, no heartbeat, and the attempt to resuscitate him was merely a formality. During the morning of September 18, Eric Burdon arrived at the Samarkand sometime before the ambulance crew and found that Hendrix was already dead.
Burdon immediately became concerned that police would find drugs at the apartment, and as he was collecting incriminating evidence, he found the poem that Hendrix had written hours earlier, "The Story of Life".
Under this assumption, he made comments to the press regarding his belief that Hendrix had committed suicide that he has since recanted: "I made false statements I simply didn't understand what the situation was.
I misread the note I thought it was a goodbye". It's a story about you and me". Soon after Bannister pronounced Hendrix dead, a hospital spokesperson told the press: "We don't know where, how, or why he died, but he died of an overdose.
He commented: "Well, all I know is that Mr. Hendrix's body was taken to St. Mary Abbots Hospital in Kensington, London, at this morning, and he was certified to be dead on arrival.
He spoke in gestures as big as he could imagine and create. On September 19, Dannemann spoke with a journalist for the German tabloid Bild.
During the interview, published on September 24, Dannemann stated: "I loved him, and Jimi loved me We were already engaged I would then have designed the sleeves for his records He could not sleep.
So I gave him the tablets. She said that Jimi had told her that he wanted to sleep for a day and a half before he went to America.
She told me that he did not intend to kill himself. To determine the cause of death, the coroner , Gavin Thurston, ordered a post-mortem examination on Hendrix's body, which was performed on September 21, by Professor Robert Donald Teare , a forensic pathologist.
Once these marks are there [in the skin], they never go away. In this case, there were no marks at all. He discovered a partially collapsed left lung and ml of fluid in Hendrix's chest.
Both lungs were congested, and vomit was found in the smaller bronchi. His "bladder was half full of clear urine.
Thurston began an inquest on September 23, and on September 28 he concluded that Hendrix had aspirated his own vomit and died of asphyxia while intoxicated with barbiturates.
If the question of intention cannot be answered, then it is proper to find the cause of death and leave it an open verdict.
Intended to be taken in half-tablet doses, nine tablets of the powerful sedative amounted to 18 times the recommended amount.
More than two hundred people attended the funeral, including several notable musicians such as the original Experience members Mitch Mitchell and Noel Redding , as well as Miles Davis , John Hammond and Johnny Winter.
Tony Brown, author of Jimi Hendrix: The Final Days , had been in regular contact with Dannemann from until her death in He visited with her on multiple occasions and spoke with her numerous times over the phone.
Soon after contacting her, Brown came to the conclusion that her account of the events of Hendrix's final days "would change from one call to the next.
When I woke up at eleven his face was covered in vomit, and he was breathing noisily. I sent for an ambulance, and he was taken to hospital.
I also noticed that ten of my sleeping tablets were missing. Weyell of the coroner's office on September 24, she said:.
I took license with the song from his version, actually, and continue to do it to this day. Written in , the song has had a fair few renditions from famous faces over the years.
None come anywhere close, in fact. The solo is broken down into four quarters, one highlighted his pure skill with almost no effects, the next incorporated slide guitar, the third part was drenched in psychedelia and the final part was a rhythmic rumble.
As he works his way through the many hues love can take he concludes that each one is as powerful and potent as the last.
It adds a universal tone of acceptance and peace which makes this a Hendrix song for all ages, even looking back in , this message rings true.
I don't like Mitchell. Soon after Redding's departure, Hendrix began lodging at the eight-bedroom Ashokan House, in the hamlet of Boiceville near Woodstock in upstate New York, where he had spent some time vacationing in mid By , Hendrix was the world's highest-paid rock musician.
The band rehearsed for less than two weeks before the performance, and according to Mitchell, they never connected musically. Hendrix decided to move his midnight Sunday slot to Monday morning, closing the show.
For short, it's nothin' but a 'Band of Gypsys'. Hendrix's performance included a rendition of the US national anthem, " The Star-Spangled Banner ", with copious feedback, distortion, and sustain to imitate the sounds made by rockets and bombs.
Three weeks later Hendrix said: "We're all Americans We play it the way the air is in America today. The air is slightly static, see. Upon leaving the stage, he collapsed from exhaustion.
A legal dispute arose in regarding a record contract that Hendrix had entered into the previous year with producer Ed Chalpin.
Hendrix decided that they would record the LP, Band of Gypsys , during two live appearances. Hendrix had been recording with Cox since April and jamming with Miles since September, and the trio wrote and rehearsed material which they performed at a series of four shows over two nights on December 31 and January 1, at the Fillmore East.
They used recordings of these concerts to assemble the LP, which was produced by Hendrix. In this performance, Jimi transcended the medium of rock music, and set an entirely new standard for the potential of electric guitar.
The Band of Gypsys album was the only official live Hendrix LP made commercially available during his lifetime; several tracks from the Woodstock and Monterey shows were released later that year.
He didn't move until it was time for the show. He then began playing "Earth Blues" before telling the audience: "That's what happens when earth fucks with space".
Soon after the abruptly ended Band of Gypsys performance and their subsequent dissolution, Jeffery made arrangements to reunite the original Experience lineup.
During the first half of , Hendrix sporadically worked on material for what would have been his next LP. Forum , performing for 20, people.
At one of them, the second Atlanta International Pop Festival , on July 4, he played to the largest American audience of his career.
With round windows, an ambient lighting machine, and a psychedelic mural, Storyk wanted the studio to have a relaxing environment that would encourage Hendrix's creativity.
When the European leg of the Cry of Love tour began, Hendrix was longing for his new studio and creative outlet, and was not eager to fulfill the commitment.
On September 2, , he abandoned a performance in Aarhus after three songs, stating: "I've been dead a long time".
Three days after the performance, Cox, who was suffering from severe paranoia after either taking LSD or being given it unknowingly, quit the tour and went to stay with his parents in Pennsylvania.
His performance was uncharacteristically subdued; he quietly played backing guitar, and refrained from the histrionics that people had come to expect from him.
Hendrix entered a small club in Clarksville, Tennessee, in July , drawn in by live music. People tell me I get foolish, good-natured sometimes.
Anyway, I guess I felt real benevolent that day. I must have been handing out bills to anyone that asked me. I came out of that place with sixteen dollars left.
Shapiro and Glebbeek, however, assert that Hendrix used it in June at the earliest while attending the Monterey Pop Festival.
One of Keith's friends offered Hendrix acid , a street name for LSD, but Hendrix asked for LSD instead, showing what Cross describes as "his naivete and his complete inexperience with psychedelics".
When Hendrix drank to excess or mixed drugs with alcohol, often he became angry and violent. In January , the Experience travelled to Sweden to start a one-week tour of Europe.
During the early morning hours of the first day, Hendrix got into a drunken brawl in the Hotel Opalen in Gothenburg , smashing a plate-glass window and injuring his right hand, for which he received medical treatment.
In , Hendrix rented a house in Benedict Canyon , California, that was burglarized. Later, while under the influence of drugs and alcohol, he accused his friend Paul Caruso of the theft, threw punches and stones at him, and chased him away from his house.
Hendrix was passing through customs at Toronto International Airport on May 3, when authorities found a small amount of heroin and hashish in his luggage.
He was required to return on May 5 for an arraignment hearing. Details are disputed concerning Hendrix's last day and death. Coroner Gavin Thurston ordered a post-mortem examination which was performed on September 21 by Professor Robert Donald Teare , a forensic pathologist.
Desmond Henley embalmed Hendrix's body  which was flown to Seattle on September Jimi Hendrix is part of the 27 Club , a list of musicians who died when they were 27 years old.
By , as Hendrix was gaining in popularity, many of his pre-Experience recordings were marketed to an unsuspecting public as Jimi Hendrix albums, sometimes with misleading later images of Hendrix.
Today I spend at least twelve hours on each song. Some of Hendrix's unfinished fourth studio album was released as the title The Cry of Love.
In , MCA Records delayed a multimillion-dollar sale of Hendrix's publishing copyrights because Al Hendrix was unhappy about the arrangement.
Hendrix played a variety of guitars, but was most associated with the Fender Stratocaster. Hendrix mainly played right-handed guitars that were turned upside down and restrung for left-hand playing.
Marshall amps were important to the development of Hendrix's overdriven sound and his use of feedback, creating what author Paul Trynka described as a "definitive vocabulary for rock guitar".
One of Hendrix's signature effects was the wah-wah pedal , which he first heard used with an electric guitar in Cream's " Tales of Brave Ulysses ", released in May Hendrix was fascinated by Zappa's application of the pedal, and he experimented with one later that evening.
Hendrix used a Dallas Arbiter Fuzz Face and a Vox wah pedal during recording sessions and performances, but also experimented with other guitar effects.
Hendrix also used the Uni-Vibe , designed to simulate the modulation effects of a rotating Leslie speaker.
He uses the effect during his performance at Woodstock and on the Band of Gypsys track "Machine Gun", which prominently features the Uni-vibe along with an Octavia and a Fuzz Face.
As an adolescent in the s, Hendrix became interested in rock and roll artists such as Elvis Presley , Little Richard , and Chuck Berry.
King inspired him during the beginning of his career; he also cited Eddie Cochran as an early influence. Cox stated that during their time serving in the US military, he and Hendrix primarily listened to southern blues artists such as Jimmy Reed and Albert King.
According to Cox, "King was a very, very powerful influence". The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame biography for the Experience states: "Jimi Hendrix was arguably the greatest instrumentalist in the history of rock music.
Hendrix expanded the range and vocabulary of the electric guitar into areas no musician had ever ventured before.
His boundless drive, technical ability and creative application of such effects as wah-wah and distortion forever transformed the sound of rock and roll.
His achievement was to reclaim title to a musical form pioneered by black innovators like Little Richard and Chuck Berry in the s. Hendrix favored overdriven amplifiers with high volume and gain.
This method has been described as piano style, with the thumb playing what a pianist's left hand would play and the other fingers playing melody as a right hand.
He was the first. He started it all. The rest is history. Hendrix received several prestigious rock music awards during his lifetime and posthumously.
The blue plaque identifying Hendrix's former residence at 23 Brook Street , London, next door to the former residence of George Frideric Handel was the first issued by English Heritage to commemorate a pop star.
The marker text reads, in part: "Over thirty musical acts performed, including rock icon Jimi Hendrix playing to the largest American audience of his career.
Billy Cox, the last surviving member of the group was on hand to accept, along with representatives of the Buddy Miles and Hendrix estates.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American guitarist, singer and songwriter. For the album, see The Jimi Hendrix Experience album.
For other uses of Hendrix, see Hendrix disambiguation. Hendrix performing on the Dutch television show Hoepla in Main article: Are You Experienced.
Main article: Monterey Pop Festival. Main article: Axis: Bold as Love. An excerpt from the outro guitar solo. The sample demonstrates the first recording of stereo phasing.
Main article: Electric Ladyland. Main article: Woodstock. The sample demonstrates Hendrix's use of feedback.
Main article: Band of Gypsys. An excerpt from the first guitar solo that demonstrates Hendrix's innovative use of high gain and overdrive to achieve an aggressive, sustained tone.
Main article: The Cry of Love Tour. Main article: Electric Lady Studios. Like most acid-heads, Jimi had visions and he wanted to create music to express what he saw.
He would try to explain this to people, but it didn't make sense because it was not linked to reality in any way.
Main article: Canadian drug charges and trial of Jimi Hendrix. Main article: Death of Jimi Hendrix. The Fender Stratocaster Hendrix played at Woodstock.
Hendrix's Gibson Flying V. I don't happen to know much about jazz. I know that most of those cats are playing nothing but blues, though—I know that much.
He changed everything. What don't we owe Jimi Hendrix? For his monumental rebooting of guitar culture "standards of tone", technique, gear, signal processing, rhythm playing, soloing, stage presence, chord voicings, charisma, fashion, and composition?
He is guitar hero number one.
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