Eric Clapton Lesson – Crossroads

Here’s a lesson for you to learn how to play Eric Clapton’s “Crossroads” from his Cream album.  If you didn’t already know, Clapton was inspired to play guitar by blues legend Robert Johnson, so much so that he covered an entire album of his tunes called “Me and Mr. Johnson.”Clapton has basically carried the torch as far as guitar playing, song writing, and innovation goes for almost 3 decades now. I had the privilege of seeing Mr. Clapton live and it was an experience for sure! Old, young, fat, slow, black, while…. the place was packed. My favorite from the night, “Before You Accuse Me” and “Down and Out.”Who knows, maybe we will get to those lessons later…. 🙂 But for now, turn up the amp, pump out some distortion and get ready to rock!!!   



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