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Discussion in 'Vintage Les Pauls' started by BOBBO, Nov 7, 2008.
maybe number 3?
a replica of his number 1
Do you know anything about the red guitar? Got any pics of it like the one above? Specifically, pics of the back of the head / neck....and a serial number?
I dont think i have, sorry. I'll have a look.
Here's Jimmy with probly one of his first guitars, and probly in his mum's front room.
How much money did Jimmy have in his bag when he visited my friends home to buy artifacts that belonged to Alistair Crowley...I'll give you a hint.....Jimmy really wanted them.
i havent the slightest clue
but did you have a chance to meet jimmy page?
Not on that occasion. I wasn't even born yet.
did your friend get an autograph or anything?
if jimmy wanted to buy something from me, id trade him for an hour jam session, or something cool like that!
He was on Jimmy's Christmas card list after he met him so he's got his signature in a couple of old card's. His Idea of Christmas card's was...how can i put it....Very Jimmy Page i guess, black and white and quite bleak looking. no Santa or Rudolph in sight.
I wonder how much $ those would fetch.
I think the sentimental value would out weigh the monetary value, unless someone was willing to pay silly money for them.
you need to pull some strings and get jimmy to send me a card
First Boleskinehouse, now you Nigel! Where are these rare Page photo's comin' from!
Man. And I thought I'd seen 'em all.
Jimmy still holds the record for most runs scored with a Gretsch.
i cant imagine jimmy page being too athletic
but then again, what do i know
great stuff thanks for the info
does anyone know why JP switched from his mainstream tele to the LP?
I know LP himself was very greatful and thanked JP for bringing his guitar to the new generation of players back in the very early 70's
Is that really him? Or has that photo been modified? Either way, it is more Jimmy than I ever want to see!
Well, he always had the 3 pickup black LP Custom. He just did not play it as much. From the interviews I have seen / read, he sort of alludes to "everyone" switching to Les Pauls about that same time (70-72). For one, during the mid 60s, they were not even making single cut LPs. So if you played a new guitar, it was something different. And nobody knew that bursts would turn out to be what they are today. Although there was a demand for the single cut Les Paul to come back; thus in 1968.....
He used it extensively through out his session day's. I would probly guess it's been on more recordings than his 59. In the Sixties if it wasn't "Big Jim Sullivan" playing guitar on sessions it was probly Little Jimmy Page.
Yea it's him.