Jimmy Page's double-neck Gibson EDS-1275 - 20 Iconic Guitars
Jimmy Page's double-neck Gibson EDS-1275. The unforgettable guitar that made the multi-part "Stairway to Heaven" a certifiable epic, the Led Zeppelin guitarist's double neck Gibson – 12 strings on top, six on the bottom – has spawned plenty of imitators.
James Patrick "Jimmy" Page, OBE (born 9 January 1944) English musician, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, & record producer who achieved international success as the guitarist & leader of Led Zeppelin. Page began his career as a studio session musician in London; by the mid-1960s he was the most sought-after session guitarist in England. He was a member of the Yardbirds from 1966-1968. In late 1968 he founded Led Zeppelin.
Jimmy Page playing a sunburst Gibson Les Paul. His "Number One" was a 1959 sold to him by Joe Walsh who at the time was playing with The James Gang. Jimmy had been playing a Fender Telecaster on tour, but thought the Les Paul was better on stage - less finicky.