From the page: "Eric Clapton and John Williams are master guitarists from opposite sides of the spectrum. Clapton is a self-taught electric lead guitar player with a blues-rock emphasis, while Williams is a trained classical guitarist. Both have been playing for decades, and are incredibly versatile.
In the early 80s they got together to talk guitars. The conversation was published in âoeMaking Musicâ by George Martin, a book very influential in my own musical development. Though the conversation took place a quarter of a century ago, their insights still have great value today. This article summarizes their thoughts into seven perspectives on playing guitar."