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After trying Mark Knopfler’s Soldano amp, Clapton ordered a pair of SLO-100 heads from Michael Soldano in 1988. These were modified to form the heart of a massive guitar routing system, designed by British engineer extraordinaire Pete Cornish.
This was Clapton’s sound between 1989 and 1993, and the system allowed him to recreate his studio sound on stage rather than relying on signal processing through the PA system.
The entire system – from the wireless transmitters that were once attached to Clapton’s Versace guitar straps and the nine-button foot-controller, to the purpose-made mains power distributor, multi-core cables, huge rack unit housing Cornish’s routing system, the rack-mount signal processors, including the Dyno-My- Piano Tri-Stereo Chorus and EV-loaded Marshall cabinets – is sold as a single set-up, flight-cased and ready to go.