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Jimi Hendrix's 1962 Fender Jazzmaster and 'Woodstock' Marshall Super Lead Are Up for Sale on Reverb.com

Jimi Hendrix playing his 1962 Fender Jazzmaster (left), a Marshall Super Lead
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A Jimi Hendrix-owned 1962 Fender Jazzmaster and a 1969 Marshall Super Lead amplifier – both of which were used onstage extensively by the guitar legend – have gone up for sale on Reverb.com.

Hailing from Neil’s Gear Bazaar in Los Angeles, both pieces of gear come with extensive documentation proving their provenance, and astronomical asking prices to boot.

The '62 Jazzmaster, for starters, was used by Hendrix during his time as a sideman to The Isley Brothers and Little Richard in 1964. The sunburst model features extensive (and genuine, mind you) wear and tear and is accompanied by letters of authenticity from “two very prominent and extremely respected members from the musical/guitar world,” the identities of whom the seller declines to reveal in their listing. 

As for that price tag? The '62 Jazzmaster rings up at a wallet-shriveling $750,000. 

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Jimi Hendrix's 1962 Fender Jazzmaster

Jimi Hendrix's 1962 Fender Jazzmaster (Image credit: Reverb.com)
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Jimi Hendrix's 1962 Fender Jazzmaster

Jimi Hendrix's 1962 Fender Jazzmaster (Image credit: Reverb.com)

The '69 Super Lead 100 was used onstage by Hendrix from his acquisition of the amp in April 1969 through his final performance at the Open Air Love & Peace Festival in Fehmarn, Germany in September 1970.

Hendrix used the amp during many of his most famous performances – his slot at the Woodstock Festival in 1969, the Band of Gypsys New Year's Eve 1969/New Year's Day 1970 performances at New York City’s Fillmore East, and his headlining set at the Isle of Wight Festival in August 1970 among them.

The amp features “J.H. EXP.” spray paint, and comes with a number of photographs confirming its provenance, three letters of authenticity, – including one from Marshall – and documentation showing that the amp was inspected by the Head Chief of Marshall Heritage and Archive services, Phil Wells. 

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Jimi Hendrix's 1969 Marshall Super Lead 100

Jimi Hendrix's 1969 Marshall Super Lead 100 (Image credit: Reverb.com)
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Jimi Hendrix's 1969 Marshall Super Lead 100

Jimi Hendrix's 1969 Marshall Super Lead 100 (Image credit: Reverb.com)

The profound history of this Super Lead 100, unsurprisingly, gives it an equally profound price tag: $350,000.

For more info on Hendrix's Jazzmaster and Marshall, stop on by reverb.com.

Jimi Hendrix with his Marshall Super Lead 100

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