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Co-designed by Eric Clapton with guitar maker Tony Zemaitis in late 1968/early 1969, this guitar was used by Clapton on the album Blind Faith, 1969, and remained in his collection until 2004. According to the guitar's maker, it was loaned to George Harrison in circa 1969/early 1970s, who apparently used it on the recording of My Sweet Lord, released in 1970. Dave Mason also borrowed Ivan on at least one occasion and is pictured playing it on stage with Eric Clapton at the Dr. Spock Concert, at the Lyceum in London, June 14th, 1970.more
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