Fender Jimmy Page Signature Dragon Telecaster

Although Jimmy Page is mostly associated with another brands solid body, he originally used a white Telecaster, which was gifted to him by Jeff Beck, during Page's time in The Yardbirds. After The Yardbirds, Jimmy founded Led Zeppelin, and the guitar he used for the first Led Zeppelin album was his Telecaster. Since Led Zeppelin was a new start for him, he decided that his guitar should reflect that, so he repainted it with the now famous Dragon and added it's reflective, multicolored pickguard. Due to this, this guitar features a roadworn checked Oval C shaped maple neck, meanwhile the rest of the guitar is not roadworn. Other features include a top loading Telecaster bridge, 2 Fender custom Jimmy Page Pickups, and a period correct Vintage Style black hardshell case

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Brand
Model
  • Artist Series Jimmy Page Telecaster with Rosewood Fretboard
Finish
  • Natural with Dragon Graphic
Categories
Year
  • 2019
Made In
  • Mexico
Fretboard Material
  • Rosewood
Pickup Configuration
  • SS
Right / Left Handed
  • Right Handed
Artist
  • Jimmy Page
Number of Strings
  • 6-String
Finish Style
  • Gloss
Body Type
  • Solid Body
Model Family
  • Fender Telecaster
Series
  • Fender Artist Series
Color Family
  • Tan
Body Shape
  • T-Style

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Lane Music Nashville

Brentwood, TN, United States
Sales:130
Joined Reverb:2018

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