Jimi Hendrix’s “Voodoo Child” Shredded on the Ukulele




Here’s James Hill‘s recipe for playing Jimi Hendrix’s 1968 classic, “Voodoo Child (Slight Return)” on the uke. Yes, the uke:

1 Mya-Moe baritone ukulele (Low G – G – B – E)
1 guitar amp (Fender Blues Junior or equivalent)
1 bass amp (15 inch)
1 line splitter (Radial ABY box)
1 Diamond J-Drive pedal (made in Halifax, NS!)
4 busted strings
2 broken fingernails
Season to taste and serve hot!

Enjoy…

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  • Mike says:

    The uke player was great! I really like this sight
    nice and different🎸🎸🎸🎻🎻🎻

  • rean addy says:

    Get the Damn name right if you are going to try and emulate a great, its Voodoo Chile (slight return)

  • Kent Stroud says:

    This was some great stuff , that guy tore it up and the only thing that I can say is ” can’t wait to see what else you come up with on the uke ! Great job brother !

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