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Getting My Heart Lesson Part One

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Published on May 29, 2008

By request, I cover the a seminal version of the Hendrix composition, "Hear My Train A'Comin," as performed at Berkeley, May 30, 1970. The first part covers the intro.

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Comments • 21

Nano Hi Gain
Thanx man !!
Shawn White
Love your channel! Thank you for the Hendrix instruction! Its so great to see someone who can play these lesser known songs and share that knowledge with all of us eager to learn.
Fezz Fezzer
Thanks for this bro. Great tone!
James Hale
spot on!
Dino Valentino
Never Get tired of listening to this Vid..Awesome. DOn't see how anyone could give this Lesson anything other than a THumbs UP
Stephen Abtahi
Thanks, Bro! Remember, most of Jimi's tonality came from his attack, not his gear. Picking is everything when it comes to tone, IMHO... Play On!
C2ARNY85
sound`s spot on, i want your gear!
Flatted357
SUPER VID!!-- WISH Jimi had lived long enough to put out more BLUES --sure he would be jamming with Buddy Guy and Jimmy Vaughan - man, I have a version from FYE but it doesn't tell you where and when recorded-- it is UNBELIEVABLE!!--I will try to post at flatted357 -- hey, super job- very helpful/ thanks a lot!!
iliektraynz
that tuning is just a 1/2 step down from standard i think ......thats the tuning i use and it just sounds alot like it to me
Alexey Vororbyov
wow thanx man! just got me laid :P
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