Jimmy Page: Gear
Jimmy Page's gear defined an era. Many other players in the 1970s, 1980s and even now have copied his live setup. His live set up consisted of Marshall stacks (a stack is a "head" with electronics and around 100 watts of power and then two "cabs" which each have four twelve inch speakers) a few effect pedals (such as a wah wah) and a Gibson Les Paul, the rock n' roll standard guitar. Also, Jimmy Page was known to use a Gibson EDS-1275, which was a double necked Gibson SG style guitar. The upper neck had twelve strings, while the lower neck had six. He'd use that guitar on songs such as "Stairway to Heaven." Jimmy was also known for occasionally bringing out Danelectro and Fender Telecaster guitars out on stage with him too

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