Fender has unveiled Jimmy Page Artist Signature Telecaster guitars. This release lines up with the 50th anniversary of Led Zeppelin I (January 12, 1969), on which Page played his famed “Dragon” Telecaster, bringing to life some of rock’s most iconic anthems. Among the four Artist Signature models will be two highly collectible, limited edition Fender Custom Shop versions; one with mirrors and the other with the painted dragon. Each will be $25,000, the set will be available beginning March 2019. Only 50 units of each Fender Custom Shop model will be made available.
Check out the making of Jimmy Page's Custom Shop Mirrored and Dragon® Telecaster Models – a historic, hands-on collaboration between Master Builder Paul Waller and Page himself.
In addition to the Fender Custom Shop models, Fender will roll out both mirror and painted versions from its production lines in Spring and Summer 2019, respectively. Priced from $1,399.99-$2,499.99. These will not be hand-signed or hand-painted by the artist, although Page did advise Fender first-hand on creation of the design to make sure the guitars were true-to-spec of the original Telecaster.
See photos of the two guitars below!
Jimmy Page Mirrored Telecaster®
Jimmy Page Dragon® Telecaster®
It just so happens to be NAMM Week here at the Bob & Coe show so talk with Nick Kwas the lead technology specialist in product development at Korg to talk about the Korg synth! Listen to our conversation with him below.
We also got to talk to a couple guys from Fender.First, we catch up with Allen Abbassi who is the Senior Product Development Manager for Electric Guitars/Basses about. He fills us in on what new products we can expect from Fender.
Next, we talk with Billy Martinez, Fender VP Category Manager, who is in charge of the Acoustic and Squier Divisions.
Fender has also given us a Player Series Stratocaster in Sage Green Metallic to give away at our Bob & Coe Roadshow this Friday! Come hang out with us at Social Tap (15 J St #101, San Diego, CA 92101) and enter to win this bad boy!