This short Sunday morning noodle fest is based upon Clapton's version of "Worried Life Blues" as he plays it on his Just one Night live album recorded at Budokan in 1979. Of course Eric plays a Strat on that recording (Blackie I assume), though those licks also sound wicked on a semi-hollow like my Ibanez AS93. That wonderful guitar tone you're hearing is in large part the sound of the DCW Pedals Woodsman overdrive, which is a high quality, hand wired pedal made by AGF's own @Snare227. It has a wide range of drive, from almost a clean boost to "in your face" distortion. It is exceptionally organic and touch responsive. As the video demonstrates it really allows the detail and subtle dynamics of blues playing to shine through. One more thing: For anyone wishing to really grasp the essence of the blues, I highly recommend learning this particular redition of this tune. Not just the notes mind you, but the feel and dynamics. Clapton's live performance of this song really is a master class. He's done all of the hard work, distilling the essence of what is best in the greatest blues players (The Three Kings) and melding it into his own unique style. Trust me, it's well worth the effort. EDIT: Here's the same track played on an American Strat loaded with Van Zandt pickups. Still using the 65 Amps with the DCW Pedals Woodsman in front providing the drive.