Jimmy Page ... History of his Guitars !!!

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  1. DADGAD

    DADGAD Senior Member

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    I love seeing the red B bender LP being used in action. In reality it should have been called, "No.2" as it saw more use than the second '59 Page had.
     
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    at least jimmy is working on something
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    cool recording of tea for one before they released it. it was originally played at a way faster tempo.
     
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    Thought I'd revisit an old topic. For much of Page's career he had his stop bar decked. In the Foo Fighters '08 Wembley encore (Page and Jones came on) there is a shot where you can see his tail piece is wayyyyyy off the deck. Perhaps a strong gauge change and it was raised to keep the feel of a smaller gauge? Also he only had one thumb wheel under the bridge.

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