Eric Clapton described this Martin as his chief guitar throughout the 1970s. He said that this guitar was "very important" to him, and that he was never separated from it during this period. Clapton used this guitar extensively for recording, writing and stage work and is pictured playing it on a number of occasions including a concert at The Hammersmith Odeon, April 1977. The lettering on the side of the guitar refers to the title of one of his favourite artists, Don Williams', songs.more
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