A 1994 Fender Stratocaster Eric Clapton Signature Model
A 1994 Fender Stratocaster Eric Clapton Signature Model

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A 1994 Fender Stratocaster Eric Clapton Signature Model
Serial No. V066445, in cream finish, maple neck with skunk-stripe routing, twenty-two fret fingerboard with dot inlays, back of headstock with printed transfer CUSTOM BUILT Larry L.Brooks FENDER U.S.A., three Fender Lace Sensor pickups, three rotary controls, selector switch, tremolo bridge/tailblock and white pickguard; and a tweed rectangular hardshell case with red plush lining and Lee Dickson's handwritten adhesive paper label Fender Olympic White Strat/?V066445 C.Shop. E.C. (L.EL)

This guitar is a pair to the cream Strat in lot 13. Clapton used this guitar on stage in the mid 1990s, and on various film scores including The Van.
Fender Strat/Cream

Lot Essay

See footnote to lot 13. The cream finish on this guitar is sometimes referred to as Olympic White.

This guitar or its companion in lot 13 can be seen in the Nothin' But Blues, the documentary film of Clapton's Filmore West concert on the club tour leg of the From The Cradle tour in 1994, directed by Martin Scorsese and broadcast on US television in 1995.

One of the photographs illustrated (photo b) shows Clapton on stage during the Nothin' But Blues Tour, Budokan, Tokyo, October 13, 1995. The other (photo a) shows Clapton relaxing during a rehearsal at Bray Studios, for the 1994 Royal Albert Hall Concerts. The cream Strat seen in these shots is thought to be either the guitar in this lot or its companion in lot 13.
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