A Bell Telephone push button phone is in Jimi Hendrix's hotel room in late September 1966. Push button phones did not become widespread in the UK until the 1980s. A British hotel would not have an American-made telephone.
When Jimi Hendrix plays Sergeant Pepper at the Saville Theatre, he plays a Gibson Flying V instead of a right-handed Fender Stratocaster. The V also featured different graphics, and lacked the tremolo that was on the one he played later in his career.