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Jimi Hendrix Hated 1 Aspect of His Music, According to The Rolling Stones Ronnie Wood

Ronnie Wood and Jimi Hendrix might be two of the most recognizable classic rock guitar players ever. Wood played a stolen bass alongside Jeff Beck in his group in the late 1960s, was a creative driving force in Faces, and found worldwide fame with The Rolling Stones. Hendrix became a legend almost as soon as people heard his masterful guitar playing. Yet when they shared an apartment, Wood said Hendrix confessed that he hated one aspect of his music.

Jimi Hendrix holds his left hand to his chin in a 1967 portrait; Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood circa 1975
Jimi Hendrix; Ronnie Wood | CA/Redferns via Getty Images; Evening Standard/Getty Images

Ronnie Wood and Jimi Hendrix took different paths to guitar stardom

He was born and raised in the United States, but Hendrix had to go to England to find an appreciative audience. But they definitely appreciated him. 



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