Tribute Hendrix-Saville Sacrifice-

Tribute Hendrix-Saville Sacrifice-

Tribute Hendrix-Saville Sacrifice-

Replication of body-Saville-' Jimi's 56. NOWHERE To BE FOUND PLAYING "After" Sacrifice ".-LIMITED EDITION-. An icon for true fans reproduced down to the smallest details. An object dedicated to your ROCK environments! Wall Hanger included.  Delivery time: working 40gg

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MAIN FEATURES:

Delivery time: working 40gg

 

-Body:

 2 PCs. Alder

-Color:

 Dakota Red + Olympic White Overspay

-Housings:

 S-S-S 

-Characteristics:

 Top psychedelic graphic design & lyric

-Relic:

 as the remnants of the original guitar costuditi to "The EMP Museum" in Seattle, Washington.

 

STORY:

 

 

Do light on this Tribute:
There are two very similar strats that many fans seem to confuse. The first is a red strat destroyed at the Saville Theatre in London on 4 June 1967, nine days before the Monterey Pop Festival. The second, also a red strat, but repainted in white on the front and with a very similar painting. The latter is certainly more recognized thanks to its incredible performance at Monterey: burned, raped and destroyed. 
The strat smashed at the Saville Theatre was a model ' 56. The way it was painting showsthat must have had a deep meaning for Jimi. Compared to guitar in Monterey, the Saville has a most significant aspect, and a poetic text on the back. The Monterey guitar instead seems to have been done more quickly, and also lacks the text. 
The meaning of this ornament could have been the fact that Jimi was going to leave his country of origin. And In a motion of gratitude and thankfulness decided to leave an indelible mark in his British audience, sacrificing something you loved dearly: his Stratocaster. 
Saville Stratocasters 
Behind the poem: 
"May this be love or just confusion
Born out of frustration
Wracked feelings
of not being able to make true physical
love to the universal gypsie queen of
true, free expressed music
My darling guitar, please rest in peace.
Amen. "
The show at the Saville Theatre took place three days after the release of the Beatles album "Sgt.. Pepper ", and Jimi began the show with a cover of the opening track" Sgt.. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band ". All the Beatles were in the audience and this was one of the most unscrupulous moves that Jimi ever did throughout his career. Anything less would have been a disaster explosive. With the Beatles manager Brian Epstein, owner of the theatre and the Beatles group present in the room only Jimi could begin without fear with a completely rearranged and cover with a new killer psychedelic solo.
Paul McCartney later stated that the cover that was Jimi's intro as entertainment, was one of the biggest honors ever received.

Do light on this Tribute:

 

There are two very similar strats that many fans seem to confuse. The first is a red strat destroyed at the Saville Theatre in London on 4 June 1967, nine days before the Monterey Pop Festival. The second, also a red strat, but repainted in white on the front and with a very similar painting. The latter is certainly more recognized thanks to its incredible performance at Monterey: burned, raped and destroyed. 

 

The strat smashed at the Saville Theatre was a model ' 56. The way it was painting shows that he must have had a deep meaning for Jimi. Compared to guitar in Monterey, the Saville has a most significant aspect, and a poetic text on the back. The Monterey guitar instead seems to have been done more quickly, and also lacks the text. 

 

The meaning of this ornament could have been the fact that Jimi was going to leave his country of origin. And In a motion of gratitude and thankfulness decided to leave an indelible mark in his British audience, sacrificing something you loved dearly: his Stratocaster. 

 

Saville Stratocasters ' 59 

Behind the poem: 

 

"May this be love or just confusion

Born out of frustration

Wracked feelings

of not being able to make true physical

love to the universal gypsie queen of

true, free expressed music

My darling guitar, please rest in peace.

Amen. "

 

 

The show at the Saville Theatre took place three days after the release of the Beatles album "Sgt.. Pepper ", and Jimi began the show with a cover of the opening track" Sgt.. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band ". All the Beatles were in the audience and this was one of the most unscrupulous moves that Jimi ever did throughout his career. Anything less would have been a disaster explosive. With the Beatles manager Brian Epstein, owner of the theatre and the Beatles group present in the room only Jimi could begin without fear with a completely rearranged and cover with a new killer psychedelic solo.

 

Paul McCartney later stated that the cover that was Jimi's intro as entertainment, was one of the biggest honors ever received.

 

 

[Before the concert at the Saville Theatre in London Hendrix came on stage with his guitar and said:] If Eric Clapton is among the audience, could make me the favor to come up on stage and give this contraption?

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