Jimi Hendrix – Villanova Junction (Maui) Lesson 19 Comments Full lesson of Villanova Junction live at Maui 1970, Hawaii. An example of Jimi Hendrix’s brilliant improvisations, including octaves, blues phrasing, flamenco influences and more. Subscribe to the Newsletter I have read and agree to the terms & conditions Leave this field empty if you're human:
19 thoughts on “Jimi Hendrix – Villanova Junction (Maui) Lesson”
Thank you so much man!
Wow, thank you so much, keep it up, peace from Germany!
You’re welcome! Greetings from Italy, Johnny
Greg if you are taking requests, could you do Villanova Junction the People, Hell and Angels album version?
That’s a song I learnt to play note for note a few months ago, so it could be one of the next lessons.
Thx Greg, I’ve been following you for a few years…Looking forward to it…
I’m glad they guys like yourself keeping the later Hendrix era alive.
Please post a lesson of Woodstock improvisation, I love that piece and I think that your cover uploaded on YouTube is Brilliant
This lesson is awesome, do you know the sweet guitar improve Jimi did after Villanova junction (Maui), thank you again.
Thanks! I know what you’re talking about, that Emaj improvisation with a Phrygian flavor. I still have to study it note for note.
I’m absolutely loving what you got here, would appreciate if you posted a lesson on “Jungle”
Great video! That one handed lick in the beginning that runs down the blues scale is hard to create fluent sound when I try it to speed. Does that just come with practicing?
Great playing! How did you get that tone?
Great Video, do you have tabs for your lessons for us newbies?
I was wondering something. That amplifier sounds sick. What is it and how did yu get it?
greetings from Morocco/Africa!, I’m big fan of Jimi, you’re doing a great job man thanks. keep rocking!
Thanks for the kind words! Big fan of Morocco, greetings from Italy! Keep on groovin