Page, Frampton, Boston, Journey. The only tone I've been able to cop is Boston, and that's because it's so distinct that you easily know what to shoot for. With the others I've been more inspired by their playing styles but can't cop their tone worth a crap. I've tried to get Page's live tone for decades. Not gonna happen. I like the old school guys who plug Les Pauls into 70's Marshalls, but I prefer to use early Marshall master volume amps; the MV amps don't sound quite the same as a cranked non-MV model, but I can't be blowing my ears out every day. I don't gig much anymore, just jam sessions a few times a year with some friends. I'm mostly using a LP Traditional with a Marshall SL5. I like to put a small EQ in front, goose the 800Hz range a tiny bit (I'd prefer 700Hz, but the only one I know of that does 700 is the Rockman EQ, and those are unavailable to me), and wank along with Boston's first two albums. I also like to jam to anything that's bluesy, Blues/Rock or Smooth Jazz. I don't like a clean sounding or twangy Les Paul sound.