Part of what makes the Jimmy Page #2 Gibson Les Paul Special is its extensive custom electronics package!
Back in 2004, we were super excited to get our hands on the brand-new Gibson Custom Shop Jimmy Page Les Paul “Number One”. It was the most highly anticipated guitar that had come through the door in years, and we were lucky enough to have the signed, aged Pilot Run #9 of 25 in the store. Now that there have been a few more Jimmy Page replica/tribute guitars that have come through The Zoo, we thought we would revisit the photos we shot of these popular guitars, and compile them all in one post for all you Jimmy Page fans.
Jimmy Page #2 Gibson Les Paul, Aged Version (Non-Signed)
In 2010 Gibson came out with another replica Jimmy Page Les Paul, this time recreating his “Number Two” 1959 Les Paul Sunburst. In 1973 Jimmy bought a second 1959 Les Paul Standard to complement his Number One ’59. This guitar was more lightly figured, and a bit darker in color. The neck was modified to feel thinner like Number One, but not to nearly that extreme. The main thing about Number Two that sets it apart from any other guitar on the market is the extensive custom electronics package.
Jimmy Page #2 Gibson Les Paul, Aged Version (Non-Signed) Specs
Jimmy installed push-pull pots on all four knobs along with two switches hidden under the pickguard that together controlled all sorts of coil splitting, phase reverse, and series/parallel options, and all these modifications are present on the signature model. Again there were 25 aged and signed by Jimmy Page, but this time there were also an additional one hundred aged (not signed) replicas built. This is one of the non-signed guitars.
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