NAMM 2019: Fender reveals first photos of Jimmy Page Signature Telecaster

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NAMM 2019: Fender reveals first photos of Jimmy Page Signature Telecaster

The collaboration was first announced in October last year as a celebration of Led Zeppelin’s 50th anniversary. The subsequent range sees four new designs in honour of Page’s 1959 Tele.


Two models will be produced in the Fender Custom Shop – aptly titled the Limited Edition Jimmy Page Telecaster Set – and two will become part of Fender’s standard production lines.

The Custom Shops designs both feature an ash body, rosewood fingerboard with 21 vintage-sized frets, and a maple neck. Finish options for the Limited Edition set include the painted Dragon design, hand-painted by Paul Waller and Page himself, or a period-accurate White Blonde lacquer finish with eight circular mirrors.



Meanwhile, the Jimmy Page Mirror Telecaster from the Fender production line boasts an ash body, “top-loader” bridge, vintage-style tuners, and a pair of Jimmy Page Custom ’59 Tele single-coil pickups, with a finish option of White Blonde.

The second option from the production line, the Jimmy Page Telecaster, offers a two-piece ash ‘50s Tele body, two custom-wound Jimmy Page Telecaster single-coil pickups, vintage-style tuners, and a striking finish referred to by Fender as a “painted serpentine design.”

Keep an eye on Mixdown for our coverage of NAMM 2019 from Friday January 25 to Monday January 28 (AEDT). For more information on Fender products, see Fender Music Australia.