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Jimmy Page's “Number One” Gibson ’59 Les Paul Standard Sunburst!
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.
Fender Jimmy Page Mirror Telecaster is a True Collector's Piece for Jimmy Page Fans!
The Fender Jimmy Page Mirror Telecaster is inspired by Page's iconic Telecaster which has made Rock and Roll history more than once; first as a White Blonde finished guitar adorned with mirrors, before turning into the handpainted 'Dragon'.
Jimmy Page introduces The Sundragon tube amp combo, created in collaboration with Mitch Colby and Perry Margouleff
The Sundragon! Sure to be one of the biggest announcements of NAMM 2019 - Jimmy Page has teamed up with famed amp builder Mitch Colby and producer/engineer Perry Margouleff to recreate his legendary and mysterious Supro tube amp.
Fender has just announced a collaboration with one of the most legendary guitarists of all time - the one and only Jimmy Page. The project - dubbed the Limited Edition Jimmy Page Telecaster Set is a recreation of the 1959 Telecaster which Page played throughout the Yardbirds into Led Zeppelin in its various forms of appearance. The guitar was originally gifted from Jeff Beck to Page in thanks for getting Beck the Yardbirds gig. The guitar has gone through various forms over the years from the original finish, to being decorated with mirrors all the way up to the painted dragon finish which was seen on stage during Zeppelins first tours and recorded on Led Zeppelin I.
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. Most folks are used to the idea of a signed and aged Jimmy Page guitar these days but the first time around it...
“I’m not a guitar hero,” says Jimmy Page, in what may be the biggest understatement of 2010. Well, if he isn’t, who is? According to Led Zeppelin’s legendary guitarist, the late Les Paul. “I can’t think of a greater guitar icon than someone who has the musical intellect to change what was there before, and take music in another direction. That’s a guitar hero for me.”
Jimmy talks about his practice routine, the future of Led Zeppelin, and a host of other topics in this interview with the U.K.’s Daily Telegraph