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THE FAMOUS GEAR OF CREAM

Cream with Psychedelic FOOL Artist instruments circa 1966-67

Cream in 1967 hired the Fool artist collective in England to go psychedelic with all their intstruments

Clapton's FOOL SG GUITAR

One of the most famous guitars in rock history.  This is the SG Clapton used throughout the prime of Cream. It has a storied past as falling into the hands of other rock stars too such as Todd Rundgren.

Ginger Baker's FOOL LUDWIG SILVER SPARKLE

Ginger had the heads of his classic Ludwig Silver Sparkle kit painted by the Fool Artists for a CREAM look

Jack Bruce's FOOL FENDER BASS

May 28, 2023

Jack Bruce's Fender VI Bass painted

Clapton RIG

January 01, 2020

How to get that Clapton sound...

Clapton's E-335

January 01, 2020

Late era Cream, Clapton went a lil more BB King style here

Clapton's Gibson Firebird

January 01, 2020

This is the guitar Clapton would turn to most toward the very end of Cream and throughout Blind Faith

MARSHALL AMP STACK WALL

Cream was one of the loudest bands ever the first to use a wall of Marshall Stacks

Jack Bruce's EB3 BASS

Jack Bruce made the EB-3 Gibson bass a rock staple.

Ginger Baker's DOUBLE BASS LUDWIG KIT

Ginger Baker made playing a double bass drum kit a rock standard. Easy and later in Cream and into Blind Faith he had his named painted on the kit.. also a standard made for bold drummers of the day.  The Ludwig Silver Sparkle double bass kit would be found throughout rock bands everywhere after Baker began using them.  It took essentially two kits put together to match the wall of Marshall Amps Stacked that Clapton and Bruce powered.

Stevie Winwood's Hammond B-3

There may not be a more famously classic 60's sound on keyboards then the Hammond B-3 of which Winwood was a pioneer.  

RMI Electric Piano

Winwood would also usher in the Electric Piano sound with Blind Faith

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