Win! A Fender Strat! With Eric Clapton

Submit your best Slowhand covers in a special YouTube competition here

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To celebrate the release of ‘Complete Clapton’ on October 8 — a 2-disc career retrospective from the man universally known as and Polydor Records have joined forces to run an exclusive competition to win a Fender Stratocaster electric guitar!

All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning this exclusive prize is to simply upload a video to YouTube of yourself or your friends performing to a clip of an Eric Clapton classic track such as ‘Sunshine Of Your Love’, ‘Layla’ or ‘Wonderful Tonight’.

Just choose any track from ‘Complete Clapton’ and get creative! We’re looking for anything from an air-guitar mime, simple acoustic guitar rendition, karaoke sessions with all your friends or full-band reinterpretations of any great song, the more entertaining the better!

These videos should be uploaded to this specially-created YouTube Group with the winning entry being selected on October 22.


Why not get some inspiration from the great man himself via this link?

You can also pre-order your copy of ‘Complete Clapton’ by clicking on this link.

The full tracklisting is:

Disc: 1
1. I Feel Free: Cream
2. Sunshine of Your Love: Cream
3. White Room: Cream
4. Crossroads: Cream
5. Badge: Cream
6. Presence of the Lord: Blind Faith
7. After Midnight
8. Let It Rain
9. Bell Bottom Blues
10. Layla
See all 19 tracks on this disc

Disc: 2
1. I’ve Got a Rock ‘n’ Roll Heart
2. She’s Waiting
3. Forever Man
4. It’s in the Way That You Use It
5. Miss You
6. Pretending
7. Bad Love
8. Tears in Heaven
9. Layla Unplugged
10. Running on Faith (Unplugged)


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