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Jimmy Page admits to owning 'far too many' electric guitars
The rock star - who is perhaps best known for playing a Gibson Les Paul throughout his career - said his collection has grown to a considerable size during the decades.
Indeed, he stated that he now owns "far too many" electric guitars, although he noted that he has some of them for nostalgic reasons
"I can trim my guitar collection down to what I actually use to quite a few," Page commented.
The Led Zeppelin star, who played on rock classics such as Stairway to Heaven and Communication Breakdown - added that an electric guitar once owned by Eddie Cochran and Buddy Holly is among his most prized possessions.Posted on 24 Jun 2009 14:00 to category : Instruments News
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