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  • Clapton's Effects

    Where is the exhaustive list of pedals that Clapton has used?...Cream to Derek...to present?
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    Re: Clapton's Effects

    duh, he has always used the crossroads
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      Re: Clapton's Effects

      Originally posted by nahfuten
      duh, he has always used the crossroads
      Oh,...OK silly me.
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        Re: Clapton's Effects

        He used the Dallas Rangemaster during the Bluesbreakers. I think he was using something similar in Cream. Just listening to the solos in White Room makes me think there's something other than a wah there.

        That was probably a Vox wah used on the Cream stuff like Tales of Brave Ulysses and White Room. I heard a story that he picked it up at Manny's and went right into the studio with it- messed with it a bit and recorded Tales right away.
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