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Chater-La

Chater-La

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1 Posted on 07/02/2010 at 16:20:04

hendrixDear Fellow Audiofanziners!

It's the 4th of July weekend (for the Yanks among us) and I thought for this occasion I will refresh your memory with one of finest versions of the Star Spangled Banner ever played, by Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock.  Hendrix features here a Fender Strat, the guitar that became associated with him.  Along with the Strat, a Marshall stack was essential in shaping the overdriven sound.

Speaking of Marshall, it is every guitar player's dream to plug a guitar into a wall of Marshall stacks.  Today, Marshall is still innovating while trying to retain their core business.  Check out their latest adventure with the JMD:1 Series.

Anyway, I'll make it short today in the hopes that you are not behind computer screens and instead Bar-B-Qing like there is no tomorrow.

Chater-La

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