First announced by Fender last October and detailed further at NAMM in January, the collaboration with Page marks 50 years since Led Zeppelin’s seminal first record, with the company commissioning four different models to commemorate the prodigal guitarist.
The two lavish Custom Shop Mirrored and Dragon models, constructed by Paul Weller and featuring an ash body, rosewood fingerboard with 21 vintage-sized frets and a maple neck, are available to purchase now. Check out both models below.
For those who can’t fork out the dosh for a Custom Shop Telecaster, there’s also two more wallet friendly models on offer – the Jimmy Page Standard Production Mirror Telecaster and the standard Jimmy Page Telecaster, featuring a unique ‘Serpentine’ finish mimicing Page’s own handpainted design. While the Jimmy Page Standard Production Mirror Telecaster is available for preorder now, you’ll have to wait a little longer for the Serpentine model, which is set to hit stores some time in Winter. Check out both models below.
Fender have also shared an animated visual narrated by Page himself detailing how he came to own his fabled ’59 Telecaster, as well as a demonstration of the Standard Production Mirror Telecaster – watch both below.
Head over to Fender’s website for more details on the new Jimmy Page models.