Jimi Hendrix is a classic example of a player in which everything he did, it was all in his hands. I know people think it was about his early effects and stuff like that, but I have pictures of him where he's playing Les Pauls and Jazzmasters and Flying Vs and he's plugged straight into an amp. I wasn't at the concerts, obviously, but I bet you in every case, what came out of those amps sounded like Jimi Hendrix. That, to me, is a consummate musician.
JBWM: Share this video of Joe Bonamassa's "High Water Everywhere" with your friends that can appreciate Real Blues... as performed with nothing but a twangy acoustic guitar, and double drums!
Check out the full performance here: http://goo.gl/3ThujP
Well my life is complete! Alex Trebek said my name in a question and I stumped the brightest minds on the show during the tournament of champions! What an honor! Thank you Jeopardy and Alex for including me on your show.
JBWM: Can you name any of the instruments or equipment used in this video of Joe Bonamassa recording "Stop" from his #1 Billboard Blues album "The Ballad of John Henry"?
Tell us in the comments!
For the full album, click here: http://goo.gl/RiKKbZ