For his 2004 World Tour,
Eric Clapton used Cornell Amplifiers with Tone Tubby Speakers
with hemp cones inside the cabinets for his electric guitars.
Built by Dennis Cornell, the Eric Clapton Custom 80 (Single Channel)
looks very much like a Fender Twin, but sounds bluer with a lot more middle.
Designed to his exact specifications, the Custom 80 is made from birch ply
and covered in “fender tweed” that is treated to look old.
He first used the Cornell / Eric Clapton Custom 80
at the Party At The Palace concert in June 2002.
The manufacturer sold these amps in both single channel and twin-channel models.
In addition to this amp, Eric Clapton used a Fender Woody for the Robert Johnson
set in the middle of each concert during the 2004 Tour.
Clapton's effects pedals for the 2004 tour were limited to a tri-stereo chorus (Boss Chorus CE-3),
a Leslie pedal, a Jim Dunlop 535 Crybabywah-wah pedal (6 way selectable) and a box to switch
from the amp to the Leslie or to select both.
Eric did and does not use an overdrive pedal.
He gets all of the overdrive from the 25dB boost in his guitar, a Fender Eric Clapton
Eric used a Samson Synthetics wireless system on stage.
His Martin 000-28EC goes through an Avalon DI box.
Since 2004, Eric Clapton has been using a Carlos Juan CP-1 Pickup in the Bellezza Nera model
Martin guitar. These pickups are handbuilt in Germany by Carlos at his American Guitar Center.
The Eric Clapton Signature Stratocasters are equipped with Fender Vintage Noiseless Pickups.
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