Led Zeppelin - Signed Double Neck Epiphone Guitar
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About this piece: This is an immaculate piece of signature art. This double neck Epiphone guitar is signed by all three living members of Led Zeppelin. Jimmy Page and Robert Plant are incredibly difficult signatures to acquire in person and virtually impossible on a guitar in this day & age. This piece is for the serious Led Zeppelin or Rock n Roll collector, as this truly is a one of a kind piece.
Signing description: Jimmy signed this guitar for Bryan due to an unbelievable experience Bryan had one night in February 2005. Bryan was waiting alone on a quiet street in West Hollywood awaiting Jimmy Page to come back to his hotel. Jimmy arrived with his assistant and personal photographer Ross Halfin in a silver Jaguar that Jimmy had rented for his stay in Los Angeles. When they exited the car, The car alarm had sounded and both Jimmy and his friend Ross, could not figure out how to disengage the alarm. Alas, a great opportunity presented itself for Bryan, who offered his assistance and was able to silence the alarm. Thus, Jimmy Page thanked Bryan and agreed this one time to sign this guitar and take a very cool picture with Jimmy pointing at Bryan (see picture below) in the photo. A truly unforgettable experience of Bryan with The great Jimmy Page.
Robert Plant signed this guitar for Bryan on a stroll in Santa Monica. Bryan has developed a relationship with Robert Plant over the years, as Robert had spent a lot of time in Toronto. Robert had remembered Bryan from a young age and recalled Bryan being the catalyst for recommending Canada's Tragically Hip band as an opener for Page & Plants '95 tour. Bryan had given Robert a demo tape of The Tragically Hips best songs and Robert loved it and a few months later the news became official that "The Hip" were to open for a series of Page& Plant shows.
John Paul Jones signed this guitar at a private rehearsal for the 2008 Grammy Awards with the Foo Fighters. Bryan was in the studio in the Valley for that rehearsal and John Paul Jones signed the guitar at the conclusion of the rehearsal.