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Eric Clapton/Cream -"Crossroads"- Guitar (SOLO) Lesson #6 with Chelsea Constable

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Published on Feb 21, 2014

Hello everyone, I hope you enjoy this guitar lesson of "Crossroads". The lesson is played live with a backing track that I created. I played the bass and the drums were played by an awesome drummer Mr. Steve DiVirgilio - thanks (great job Steve)! The amps used were the Marshall 2005 handwired 1959 100 Watt Plexi (on camera). The other amp (off camera) was a Marshall JCM 900 SL-X 100 Watt (bone stock - this is one of my many favorite Marshall's.....I have several of these). I used a Keeley Framptone amp switcher to run both amps at the same time. The cabs used (on camera) is a 1960AHW, it's loaded with reissue Celestion G12H-30 speakers (awesome - this one of my favorite Celestion Speakers)! The other cab (off camera) is a Marshall bottom cab loaded with Celestion G12M Heritage (my all time favorite speaker). The Mics used are a Heil PR30 and PR40 (I use these Mics exclusively in this combination for all my recordings...(the quality of the Heil is exceptional)! The gain is the amps themselves (actually not a lot) with a Keeley modded DD-3 for a hint of delay and a Keeley Compressor with an Orbit Electronix completely reworked Echoplex (thanks Tony). The guitar is a 2005 Gibson ES-335 loaded with a DiMarzio DP163 Bluesbucker. Strings used are GHS Electric Burnished Nickel Rockers. I use Accusound Cables, Peterson Tuners, Essential Sound Products power cables, AF Designs Straps and last, but not least, which is also very important, I use a Dunlop ULTEX Sharp .90 pick. I truly hope this info helps just in case someone likes and wants to achieve this tone. Thanks for watching!
-Chelsea

*This video and included audio complies with U.S. Copyright Law under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowing "Fair Use" for "nonprofit educational purposes".

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