This Orange 2×12 speaker cabinet was formerly owned and used by Eric Clapton. This fantastic relic from the classic rock era was used with Derek and the Dominos (it still bears the stencils), then put to use in Eric’s home studio. You can see a series of stains on the top from these studio days, from a reel of tape that rested on the cabinet for years, and two razor blades that rusted. In the late 1970′s Eric cleared out his studio to make room for cars, and gave this Orange cabinet to a technician who was working for him from time to time. Comes with a direct letter of provenance from the technician. Please in inquire for price.
This guitar is one of a pair made at the Fender Custom Shop by Mark Kendrick for Eric Clapton. The other was auctioned off at Christies in 1999. Comes with a letter from Eric’s tech, Lee Dickson. Please inquire for price.
This is one of two Stratocasters made for Eric Clapton by the great luthier J.W. Black of the Fender Custom Shop, who sent them out to Eric on a U.S. tour in the late ’90s. This was made in May of ’98. It has Eric’s name set in at the 12th fret on a block of Abalone and is finished in 2-tone sunburst with a flame maple top. It has three lace sensor pickups, a stunning maple neck with abalone dot markers, all gold hardware, and comes in a hardshell Fender case. The serial number is 98-1. The mate to this guitar (Cherry Burst) was sold in Christie’s 1999 Eric Clapton Guitar Auction. We sold the Cherry Burst two years ago.