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'65 shoreline gold strat clapton demo

P.Walker

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Hey all,

I'm mostly an LP player and a purist at heart who wishes clapton never meddled with strats, but I do love his songwriting from that era, and found myself really liking some of his tones.

The gear: avri new vintage 65 strat through a bog standard deluxe simulator on logic x

Thanks for reading/viewing and any comments appreciated!
 

Triplet

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You little f'n tease. come back and play some more.....:salude
 

renderit

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Yeah, I pretty much hate you. Envy is a horrible thang...

And yes, I want more.
 

becks bolero

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yeah that was great :dude:

agree with you about EC LP vs strat; but that is one of his better strat era tunes!

ps nice gold strat!
 

Cogswell

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Very nice playing. And Shoreline Gold is the perfect color for a '65 Strat imo!
 

El Gringo

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Outstanding playing ! I bet you took lessons at a really young age ?
 

P.Walker

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Outstanding playing ! I bet you took lessons at a really young age ?

Thanks! I did- but it was on a nylon string classical guitar.

Got sick of it a year later and have been on electric (and the odd martin here and there) ever since!

I was born lefty and trained in classical violin for 5+ years so I had a head start on my left hand.
My right hand? Slow as a turtle in quicksand; still playing catch up to this day.
That and the violin lateral vibrato took years to get rid of.

Talk about going to the dark side but I never miss the bow and nylon strings.:jim
 
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