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Jimmy Page Gibson 1969 EDS-1275 Doubleneck Collector’s Edition

Published on 03/28/24 / In Music

One of the most iconic guitars in history is Jimmy Page’s Gibson EDS-1275 doubleneck. The images of him playing it on stage with Led Zeppelin are indelible to rock ’n’ roll history. Gibson has made doubleneck electric guitars since 1958, but Jimmy defined the model from the moment his EDS-1275 was delivered to him, allowing him to play the acoustic and electric 6-string and 12-string parts of Stairway to Heaven at live performances and later using it for The Song Remains the Same, The Rain Song, Celebration Day, Tangerine, and more recently at The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in November 2023. Introducing the Jimmy Page 1969 EDS-1275 Doubleneck Collector’s Edition hand-signed by Jimmy himself. Made in close collaboration and with significant input from Jimmy Page, this very special Collector’s Edition replication uses new 3D scanning technology and ultra-precise Murphy Lab aging techniques to aid in hand-crafting an effective clone of Jimmy Page’s original guitar. Every single detail has been thoughtfully replicated, from the exact playing wear to the sonic character. Only 50 Collector’s Edition replications have been created by the expert luthiers of the Gibson Custom Shop in Nashville, Tennessee, and artfully aged to match the original by the Murphy Lab as part of this extraordinary Collector’s Edition run honoring both the guitar and the legendary guitarist who first made it famous, Jimmy Page. PHOTO CREDITS: Barrie Wentzell | https://barriewentzell.comNeil Zlozower

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