Jimi Hendrix has always impressed me with his brilliant and raw guitar work, letting rip with sensational licks that still sends shivers down my spine. So it was never going to be in doubt that doing any Jimi Hendrix album was going to be difficult. Electric Ladyland really pushed me and I hope I did it justice. Happy to present you Jimi Hendrix Ukulele style!
This video is part of a project I’m working on. I’m learning to play my favorite albums on a ukulele. If you enjoyed it why not check out some other classic albums that I arranged. Like Led Zeppelin, Queen or Guns N Roses.
Jimi Hendrix Ukulele TABs
If you are unfamiliar with how to read ukulele tabs, it would be wise to check out my guide here.
One of the most iconic opening chord sequences in rock history! Listen to my arrangement to figure out the strumming pattern.
Long Hot Summer Nights
This riff requires a lot of hammer-ons and pull-offs but once you get them down it sounds sublime.
All Along The Watchtower
Possibly one of Hendrixs most famous songs but did you know this is acyually a cover song? It was written by folk legend Bob Dylan in 1967. Check out his version here.
All the other tabs for the rest of the album can be found on Gumroad or my Patreon page. Patreon is a cool way for you to join my community and support me by pledging a small monthly donation. Imagine that, I could make a living doing what I love… because of you!
Nirvana (Smells Like Teen Spirit, Lithium, Polly)
Soundgarden (Black Hole Sun)
Guns N Roses (Sweet Child O Mine, Nightrain, Paradise City)
Smashing Pumpkins (Cherub Rock, Today, Geek U.S.A)
Led Zeppelin ( Stairway To Heaven, Rock n Roll, Black Dog)
Fleetwood Mac ( The Chain, Dreams, Go Your Own Way)
The Clash ( London Calling, Train In Vain, Guns Of Brixton)