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Freddie King was Eric Clapton’s biggest influence! Possibly the least known of the “Three Kings”, Freddie King was Eric Clapton‘s favorite and a pioneer of instrumental blues hits like Hide Away and The Stumble. Known for his instrumentals by his fans, Freddie King has always been an inspiration as an improviser to fellow guitarists. Freddie [...]
Eric Clapton is the most successful guitarist of all time! As well as being in bands like Derek & The Dominos, The Yardbirds and Cream, Clapton has successfully played sessions for more stars than any other guitar player ever lived. His guitar has brought him to studios and stages with legends such as: Bob Dylan, [...]
The biggest secret in Blues Guitar Mr Albert King! Albert King, The Velvet Bulldozer! Using a Flying V turned upside down, without bothering to change the strings around, Albert King can bend his high E string like no other. Alberts’ legacy can clearly be traced to Stevie Ray Vaughan with his wild bends, but also [...]