a frame of welded aluminum construction with single removable wood shelf, in black, with custom made flight case with various stickers
This stand was custom designed and specially constructed for Eric Clapton for the purpose of placing his two Fender Tweed Twin amps in lot 93 in a vertical configuration on stage.
This amp stand was used for the 2005 Cream Reunion shows at the Royal Albert Hall and Madison Square Garden. The stand allows two Fender Twin amps to be set up one on top of another and presumably was used as a compromise for not having Marshall stacks which symbolised Cream's performance in the 1960s.
(See illustration to Lot 93)
Photo: Clapton playing the companion guitar to in Lot 136 and using this Amp stand in Lot 137 during the Cream Reunion Concerts, Royal Albert Hall, 5 May 2005. Photograph courtesy of Minoru Tsubota