Hello, all. This is a fairly useless question/observation but i am curious and thought there may be a few on this forum curious as well, so here goes. I have read(as i know everyone has) about how Seymore Duncan designed and rewound pickups in London in the late 60s and how one of them (at least according to the press release for the Whole Lotta Humbucker set) found its way into Pages #1 and as the release says "blasted through a Marshall stack and into history." Now, until the whole Duncan WLB set came about, i had heard all these years that, while on tour behind LZ2, that the original double white PAF died and that Page replaced it with a plain nickel covered T top that stayed there the rest of Zeppelins 70s ride. So, did Page create the tone on all the classic Zeppelin albums with a custom wound Duncan or just a plain old T top? If anyone has the definitive answer, i would appreciate it. Thanks!