Wind Cries Mary by Jimi Hendrix

Wind Cries Mary by Jimi Hendrix

Description

Wind Cries Mary serves as a good study of Jimi’s chordal techniques and major pentatonic traits. Throughout the versus he uses various voicings of C, Bb, and F with interconnected pentatonic licks. The arrangement is basically one section or verse repeated 4 times only changing during the solo which will be covered in part 2. The hardest part about this song is the use of the thumb to play the root note of the major chords.

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