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Terredax

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I am experienced, and I have been experienced, at everything I've experienced. What an experience.
 

Dehn0045

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There must be some kind of way outta here...

I have always been fascinated by rock and metal guitar. I try to play, but my brain and hands don't work like that. I have read that Jimi could flip a right handed guitar upside down and play it flawlessly (though he typically would re-string the guitar to make it more like a typical lefty).
 

EBorraga

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There must be some kind of way outta here...

I have always been fascinated by rock and metal guitar. I try to play, but my brain and hands don't work like that. I have read that Jimi could flip a right handed guitar upside down and play it flawlessly (though he typically would re-string the guitar to make it more like a typical lefty).
He's amazing to listen to!!!
 

Curly

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I know a senior gentleman that grew up in a big family and they could only afford one guitar. He is left handed so he learned to play that way and still does.
 

EBorraga

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On this day in 1962 Jimi was honorably discharged from Fort Campbell Ky. on his 26th jump he broke his ankle which resulted in his discharge
 

Ironwood

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And while you are watching that, if you look to your left you'll see Saturn,
and if you look to your right you'll see Mars,
I hope you bought your parachute with you
 

MDWine

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"Although Hendrix had signed up for three years of service, Captain Gilbert Batchman had had enough after one year, and made the case for Hendrix to be discharged, as his problems were judged to not be treatable by "hospitalization or counseling." An alleged ankle injury during a parachute jump gave Young Hendrix the opportunity to bow out of active duty with an honorable discharge, and he was happy to oblige. " --Military.com

Jimi was given the choice to enlist or go to jail on car theft charges... He got the better end of the deal... interesting read.

Jimi has been my favorite since 1967.
 
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