Fender Jimmy Page Dragon Telecaster

Fender Jimmy Page Dragon Telecaster
Item# 0146230721
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Product Description

On January 31, 1969, Led Zeppelin played New York's Fillmore East for the first time. Their debut album had just been released, and the Big Apple was abuzz with the promise of this hot new British group. But they were as yet untested before an American audience, so Fillmore impresario Bill Graham booked them as the opening act for Iron Butterfly. Their first set that evening killed, tearing up the house so thoroughly that Iron Butterfly refused to go on after them again. So Led Zeppelin headlined the 11:30 show never again to be an opening act. Jimmy Page played his Tele that night the one he famously used on the first album, and quite frequently thereafter sending shock waves into the audience with every strike of his pick and violin bow. Now Musician's Warehouse is thrilled to present to you the Fender Jimmy Page Telecaster, a superb re-creation of this legendary instrument in all its glory.

Ash body with custom Jimmy Page artwork; gloss urethane finish Maple neck, Jimmy Page Custom Thin D profile, Road Worn lacquer finish Rosewood fingerboard, 7.25" radius, 21 vintage frets, dot inlays Bridge pickup: Jimmy Page Custom '59 single-coil Neck pickup: Jimmy Page Custom '59 single-coil 3-way pickup selector Master volume and tone controls 3-saddle vintage-style string-through/top-load bridge 1.65" synthetic bone nut; 25.5" scale length Fender vintage-style tuners Factory strings: Fender NPS 1046, standard tuning Single-action truss rod, neck heel access 7lbs 14.8oz Included: Fender Hardshell Case, White fender strap