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

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I want to see someone replicate Jimmy's #1 in 1970 era. New gold Grovers, duct tape switch tip, ans the white PAF. That would be awesome.
 

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I want to see someone replicate Jimmy's #1 in 1970 era. New gold Grovers, duct tape switch tip, ans the white PAF. That would be awesome.

What do you mean by replicate? Take a 1959 burst & Groverize it and remove the switch tip in favor of duct tape & remove the bridge pickup cover, hoping there is a double white pup underneath? Or do you want to see someone take a Page #1 reissue & put a white pickup in it & replace the switch tip with duct tape? Or just take any old historic? Option 2 seems most reasonable since it already has the Page neck, which would be required for any good replica. I have already done option 3 on my 2003 R9 Brazilian fret board LP; except it has the original switch tip and original neck profile.
 

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