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James Marshall "Jimi" Hendrix allegedly 'sat-in' with the [[The Mothers|Mothers Of Invention]] on at least performance in the late '60's - most likely at the [[Garrick Theater]].
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[[Jimi Hendrix|James Marshall Hendrix]]
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Born: Johnny Allen Hendrix, November 27, 1942
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Died: September 18, 1970
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Sat in with the [[The Mothers|Mothers Of Invention]] while they were in New York.  It was FZ that first introduced Hendrix to the "Wah Wah" effect pedal.
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FZ recalls seeing Hendrix at the [[Cafe Au Go Go]]:<blockquote>"I thought Hendrix was great. But the very first time I saw him perform, I had the incredible misfortune of sitting close to him at the Au Go Go in New York City and he had a whole stack of Marshalls. I was right in front of it. I was physically ill. I couldn't get out; it was so packed, I couldn't escape. And although it was great, I didn't see how anybody could inflict that kind of volume on himself, let alone other people. That particular show he ended by taking the guitar and impaling it in the low ceiling of the club. Just walked away and left it squealing."</blockquote>
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<div align="right">"Guitar World" (April 1987)</div>
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Revision as of 01:00, 2 June 2005

James Marshall Hendrix

Born: Johnny Allen Hendrix, November 27, 1942

Died: September 18, 1970

Sat in with the Mothers Of Invention while they were in New York. It was FZ that first introduced Hendrix to the "Wah Wah" effect pedal.

FZ recalls seeing Hendrix at the Cafe Au Go Go:
"I thought Hendrix was great. But the very first time I saw him perform, I had the incredible misfortune of sitting close to him at the Au Go Go in New York City and he had a whole stack of Marshalls. I was right in front of it. I was physically ill. I couldn't get out; it was so packed, I couldn't escape. And although it was great, I didn't see how anybody could inflict that kind of volume on himself, let alone other people. That particular show he ended by taking the guitar and impaling it in the low ceiling of the club. Just walked away and left it squealing."
"Guitar World" (April 1987)