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Hey you you you hey everyone this is Brian from active melody comm well in this week's guitar lesson we're going to take a look at a very young Eric Clapton cream-style guitar solo now obviously cream was a trio they did not have a rhythm guitar player when they played live it was just Jack Bruce Ginger Baker Eric Clapton rest in peace Jack Bruce but when they did their studio work they would obviously they would do overdubs Clapton would over dub Leeds and so some of you may have noticed that in the intro that there was actually a rhythm guitar part and that's just to help with the when you're playing along when you're practicing this style of playing it does help to have that rhythm track to help with your timing, so that's why it's included so you cream purists may have noticed that, but that's why so if you'd like to download the ablative and the jam track to practice with and watch the part 2 video you can get all of that at active melody comm just look for EP 1 1 9 that's a lesson number for this lesson so let's go ahead and start with part 1 alright so let's talk through tone settings real quick before we jump into the lesson now I'm playing on the Gibson es-335 this is a dot series guitar the reason I grabbed this guitar was because that's the one that Clapton used when he played with cream now he didn't have a dot series, but he did have a cherry red es-335 like this in fact that was the reason I bought this one I wanted to have a guitar that looked similar and sounded similar I just thought it had such a great tone and I love this guitar it's just an awesome guitar um, but anyway I have the pickup selector switch set, and it's between the two pickups so it's in the middle position picking up from both pickups I have both volumes set at about 7 sorry both volumes of each pickup are set at about 7, and I have the tone turned all the way almost all the way up about 8 on this one and about 8 on this one, so that's the tone settings now Clapton would use what he's called what he called woman tone in those days a woman tone is kind of a're almost getting a bass I think you put it on the bass pickup or the neck pickup and then turn the bass all the way up and get this kind of nice little breakup sound now that works great on a Fee which he would play on but that I'm able to simulate it at least with the petals that I'm using and then this set up it's pretty close the thing you don't want to have is you don't have a real crunchy sound if.