Jimmy Page #2 Demo No Quarter Solo Live from TSRTS

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Excellent job! I really enjoyed that, No Quarter is one of my favorite Zeppelin songs. In fact the fuzz guitar intro was one of the reasons I started playing.... :thumb:!
 

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"You did it. You crazy son of a bitch, you did it."
 

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FanF****ingtastic! Thats probably my favorite Page solo and tone ever and you nailed it. Great job :thumb:
 

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That was Freaking Awesome! :applause: :applause: :applause:

Great now I gotta go watch it!!! :)

You play very well...

I wonder if you could demo the switching on that monster? Like play a short phrase on each pick up setting, so I/we could get the jist of what those mysterious switches do.

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haha i'll bet if you search google, someone has already done that! thanks for the kind words!
 

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Why would you want to mimic a sloppy player as soo many people have said??? I'll tell you why...Because he is INCREDIBLE and you did his work justice!! Nicely done and I salute you! Thanks for sharing that. What amp are you using if I may ask? :)

You, know..I always wonder why they (Zep) hate the performances on TSRTS..Some of those songs and versions are my very favorite Zep tunes. I know some of it was punched in and redone, but it is still awesome. Thanks again.
 

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Thanks DHB. My amp is one of the most hated amps of all Marshalls, apparently. It is a JCM 900. The model is 4102, 2x12 100 watt combo. I use a Marshall power brake with it.
 

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Are the necks identical on a JP1 and a JP2, for the most part?
 

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Are the necks identical on a JP1 and a JP2, for the most part?

Nope! Not even close. JP1 is "regular" at the nut and heel. It thins down quickly, to about the size of a pencil at the 12th fret. Virtually no shoulders. JP2 has more shoulders, and more of a constant profile from nut to heel - like an R0, but in most cases it has larger shoulders. Think of an R9 with the back of the neck flattened a little. Both models usually have a nice dark RW fret board. Page himself stated that he wanted his original #2's neck shaved to make the transition from #1 to #2 during live performances to be smooth (or something like that). I.e., he did not want to go from pencil thin to fat.
 

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Great info, thanks!
 

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How come my JP2 doesn't sound nearly as good??...o wait...it must be the player!!:laugh2:

Great playing John!:applause:
 

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