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Published on Jan 5, 2014
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This is a replica of Eric Clapton's slashing, aggressive and thrilling guitar classic recorded March 1966 from John Mayall's "The Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton" here played on the amazing HAKEN CONTINUUM FINGERBOARD! The nature of bending notes on the Continuum make it a perfect fit for blues phrasing---This is as much fun to do as it looks! A most sexy instrument... So many different and amazing things you can do with it! Here I used Edmund Eagan's Larynx Horn sound to start with which gives it the "vocal formant envelope" which I like a lot... Incredible responsiveness... although maybe not your typical blues sound... I did the backing track (bass, saxes, drums) on Kontakt and Battery and some processing for the Continuum with Guitar Rig from Native Instruments. The original LP was after Clapton was with The Yardbirds and before Cream--One of my favorite blues guitar albums of all time. I learned to play this track on guitar when I was in junior high school so it's been a part of me for a long time...
Learn more about the Haken Continuum Fingerboard at hakenaudio.com