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JimmyPageZoSo56

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  1. For me: - Living Loving Maid - Dy'er Ma'ker, fucking terrible - Fool In the Rain, the mamba section ruins it.
  2. Yes, as henerybonzo said, over dub. I once had the ZoSo (IV) basement tapes and he had three guitar solos for it. The first solo, the one on the album and played live, was the one used. I remember hearing the band jam on these tracks jam on the three various solos he had or he just overdubbed the solos and chose the first. I assume it was the dragon Tele which he ran through a small Supro amp.
  3. A couple questions about Jimmy Page's wiring. I found this link that shows how he wired his guitar(s) to get specific sounds and what not but did he... http://www.seymourduncan.com/support/wiring-diagrams/schematics.php?schematic=jp_style 1.) Use a freeway switch while Led Zeppelin toured? The diagram only shows a three-way and pictures I've seen only show him, using a three-way switch. However, Gibson put it in their Jimmy Page custom Les Pauls. So does he use them now? 2.) I know he used push-pull pots; were they on both #1 and #2? Did he use them live? I've never seen a video with him pushing or pulling them.
  4. The Song Remains the Same Stairway to Heaven Stairway to Heaven Stairway to Heaven
  5. If they played IMTOD directly after How Many More Times, would Page have just used the Danelectro for both songs? If so, I figure they'd have to take a short break for him to tune up quick.
  6. I think I remember what it was now. Hamburg 3/21/73, was anyone invited onstage to play the theremin while Page played the guitars parts for the first part of Whole Lotta Love? You can here someone playing it in the backround.
  7. IMO, you shouldn't even have sheet music on stage with you. In the studio, that'st a different story
  8. Did you read books or look online? It's not like you couldn't just tune the 1st string to a high C. It would just be EADGC.
  9. Dean Martin. Gibson or Fender?
  10. Gotcha. Well that song was played from Japan 1972 to U.K. 1973 and also a few days on the U.S. summer 1972 tour. My bassist just got a 5 string. He said there is a major learning curve being there is actually a low B string. So yes, you're right.
  11. Strider, I read somewhere that Jones said he did things like different haircuts, beards, the mustaches, etc. to change his appearance so he wouldn't be recognizable in public; so he could walk around and people wouldn't pester him.
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