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Gibson Confirms Slew of Jimmy Page Signature Models For 2024

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Gibson Announces Signature Guitar Partnership with Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page


TL;DR: Gibson has partnered with Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page on a signature line of guitars, starting with a meticulously recreated version of his iconic double neck model.


Gibson has announced a new partnership with Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page that will see the development of a series of signature models bearing Page’s name.

So if you’re bank account wasn’t completely scorched by Adam Jones’ 1979 Gibson Les Paul and you’re a fan of Page, get your wallet (and second mortgage) ready because the first model coming is a real doozy.

And The First is Jimmy Page’s 1971 Gibson EDS-1275 Double Neck Guitar

The first release under the partnership will be a Custom Shop recreation of Page’s famous 1971 Gibson EDS-1275 double neck guitar, which he used extensively with Led Zeppelin including on “Stairway to Heaven.”

To precisely recreate Page’s original instrument, Gibson utilized 3D scanning technology to capture its every contour before making ultra-detailed copies.

Gibson luthiers also visited Page at home in London to closely analyze the guitar’s specs and aging details, a process they described as taking an “MRI of the guitar.”

Pricing & Release Date


No pricing or release date news was announced at the launch. But this guitar will not be cheap. My best guess? It’ll be north of $10,000 / £10,000. Collector models are going for around $8,000 / £8,000 on Reverb.

And with the Page name attached, and a likely very limited run, the new Jimmy Page 1971 Gibson EDS-1275 double neck guitar could well become one of the most expensive Gibson guitars of all time.

Page expressed enthusiasm about the Gibson partnership, saying he felt the spirit within the company. He highlighted his longstanding relationship with Gibson employees Cesar and Levin and said he was “blown away” by the firm’s attention to detail.

The original double neck guitar played by Page was custom-built to his specifications after Gibson discontinued the model in 1963. Its unique sound and appearance during “Stairway to Heaven” concerts cemented its legendary status.

While full details are still forthcoming, Gibson confirmed this is just the first release as part of its wide-ranging signature partnership with Jimmy Page, so we can definitely expect a new Page-inspired Les Paul to drop at some point this year.

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