#1
A year ago or so, I played a heavenly SG in Guitar Center and the price tag said it was a Clapton Signature SG priced at around $1300. The thing is, I've googled it a lot and I can't find anything. Does it really exist? It was white with three gold humbuckers. It looked a lot like this:



Did he ever have a custom SG?
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#2
I always thought Eric Clapton was a strat man
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#3
if its real, it has to be rare as hell, being he's more of a strat man

edit: we both said "strat man" at the same time. asld;fkj
#4

Its based on a SG used by the Claptonater himself.

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Hes known for his strats now, but during cream his Les Pauls and Es-335's were in use too.

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Hes known for his strats now, but during cream his Les Pauls and Es-335's were in use too.


When Clapton was God he was playin Les Pauls. He invented what my friend and I refer to as the "cream jeans", Les Paul/Marshall combo.
#10
Could it possibly be something to do with Hendrix? He played a white sg like that in a video i use to have, dunno if it had 3 hb's or not though.
#11
Yeah, Hendrix had a 3 pickup SG, played on the Dick Cavett show.
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Yeah, Hendrix had a 3 pickup SG, played on the Dick Cavett show.

With a Maestro tailpiece.

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#13
I know he's known for his Strats, but he did play SGs. I guess that Guitar Center was just trying to fool someone. Still a hell of a guitar though.

Oh, and the guitar wasn't a lefty, it's just the best rendition of the SG I played I could find on google.
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