#2
Hmm, I think I have an idea what he's doing. I'm pretty sure the song is a standard 12 bar blues in A. He plays the pattern for a rather long time so the lick is probably in A. However, I could be totally wrong.

I'll give it a shot tomorrow night, everyone in my house is currently sleeping and I don't think they'd appreciate me wanking this lick out. =P
#3
Wish I had any clue how to play it b/c my God that was incredible.
#4
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think this is it he plays it really fast but its quite easy
hope this turns out right
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#5
First off, holy crap.... that video was amazing. His playing was just incredible, and his vocals were great too.

Secondly, I think Matt921 is right about that lick. That's a signature Clapton one that he's used a lot over the years and it sounds about right.

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think this is it he plays it really fast but its quite easy
hope this turns out right



Yup, is is a repeating pattern Eric uses a lot. I assumed that this was the one, but he played it so fast in the video it's hard to be sure without my guitar handy.

Don't worry about trying to figure out the lick exactly, as Ronnie Earl said it's more important to get the feel of the lick down rather than to copy it note for note.