After yesterday’s sale on Reverb.com for a Jimi Hendrix ’62 Fender Jazzmaster and a Marshall Super Lead 100 amp head. Now the same seller has also listed this guitar from the Bob and Kathy Levine Collection.
Jimi Hendrix 1967 Fender Stratocaster
This Jimi Hendrix played 1967 Fender Stratocaster is in a Sunburst finish and the CBS era model, which is already pretty desirable, get a huge bump in value, as it belonged to the guitar legend.
This listing has the following to say about this guitar;
“Jimi Hendrix Owned & Played 1967 Fender Stratocaster, From the Bob and Kathy Levine Collection.
This particular Fender Stratocaster not only had the pleasure of being owned and played by the maestro Jimi Hendrix but was used by him to record at TTG Studios in Los Angeles, California between October 18,1968 – October 29, 1968. Jams and to record specifically, “Calling All the Devils Chldren” also named “Devil’s Jam”and “Mr. Lost Soul “ also entitled “Mr. Bad Luck later to be renamed “Look over yonder.” The sessions that took place, locating gear, finding session musicians if need be and subsequent recordings were organized by Mr. Robert “Bob “ Levine, Jimi’s New York Manager at Jeffries& Chandler
Inc. and Michael Jeffries Management, Inc. and Kathryn “Kathy “ Eberth later Levine ..Jimi’s very good friend and personal assistant. This Fender 1967 Stratocaster is part of an assortment of belongings from their private collection of Rock and Roll memorabilia that was obtained from Jimi’s New York City apartment after his untimely passing.”
Well, it isn’t cheap and will set you back £263,557.29 plus shipping, so you’ll need deep pockets for this piece of Hendrix history.
That’s two great Hendrix guitars in 48 hours and an amp, so maybe we will see even more of Jimi’s gear in the coming days?