As part of his 1988 Soldano/Cornish Guitar Routing System, Eric Clapton used the Furman PL-8 Power Conditioner and Light Module, a SAMSON UR-5D UHF wireless receiver, a SAMSON BR-3 VHF receiver, a Drawmer 1960 tube compressor, a YAMAHA SPX-90 multi-effect processor, a Dyno-My-Piano CS-5 Tri-Stereo Chorus, a TC Electronics 2290 dynamic digital delay, a DYNACORD CLS 222 Leslie simulator, a YAMAHA GEP 50 multi-effect processor, a Roland SDE-3000 digital delay as well as the TC1210 spatial expander with VHS/UHF aerial unit at rear.more
In [this](http://www.guitarplayer.com/accessories/1019/five-top-guitarists-with-massive-pedalboards/49110) Guitar Player article, it lists the effects that Andy Summers uses on "Can't Stand Losing You." It reads, "Solo: Red Witch Empress Chorus + Eventide Eclipse + PCM 70 + T.C. Electronic TC1210 Spatial Expander/Stereo Chorus/Flanger"more
"The electrics are sent to a Framptone amp switcher, which splits the signal off to four different paths. One route goes to a MESA/Boogie amp switcher that selects between a MESA/Boogie Mark IV rackmounted head powering a Hammond 147 Leslie (modified), or a MESA/Boogie Rectifier preamp. The preamp sends its signal to a pair of Digital Music dual stereo line mixers, which blend in the effects: a TC Electronic 2290 delay, TC Electronic 1210 chorus, Eventide Eclipse, dbx 1066 compressor, Ernie Ball volume pedal, Mu-Tron octaver, Foxx Tone distortion, Ampeg overdrive, and Korg DL8000 delay."more
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