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I have seen Eric clapton play in person the only thing i was dissapointed in was the acoutic version of layla but his guitar playing was amazing live. he is truly a legend of the strat!
No doubt about it, he’s a great player.
I’ve reached the point that I’m looking for something new and different, which is not where Clapton tries to go.
Thanks for dropping by, Guy. You should oughta hang out here more.
well only guy new and differnt i think is JACK WHITE white stripes check him out !
oh will do drop by im recording stuff now and would love your input!
I ignored Jack White until I saw “It Might Get Loud” and then I wondered why I’d ignored him. Serious player, way different attitude.
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