Jimi Hendrix Gear
Voyageur Press, 2009 - 176 pages
Focuses exclusively on the guitars, amps and effects Hendrix used. Pictures many of his surviving instruments. Examines how Hendrix created his myriad sounds... and how you can achieve them, too.
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