Jimi’s Most Memorable Interview: “I’m Not The Greatest Guitar Player”

Jimi’s Most Memorable Interview: “I’m Not The Greatest Guitar Player” | Society Of Rock Videos

Humility and Grace

In the most humble interview we have ever seen, Jimi Hendrix graced the audience with his modesty at the Dick Cavette show in 1968 just 2 years before his unfortunate passing.

Having played shows around the world, with millions of fans hanging at his sides, a humble and human Jimi admits to *not being able to read music.*

Do you read music?” Dick asks the legend, “no, not at all” Jimi states.

So you’re telling us Mr. Hendrix, that you can perform some of the greatest guitar solos in history, and have, and you cannot read a lick of music?!

“I am the greatest guitar player in this chair…”

As Dick states “you’re considered one of the best guitar players in the worldJimi bashfully drops his head and says “aw…no..”

This particular interview of Jimi really showcased his true personality without a guitar strap around his neck and makes us miss him that much more

We love you Jimi and miss you dearly…


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