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Goods and Services IC 015. US 036. G & S: Electronic Sound Pickup for Guitars. FIRST USE: 19740200. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 19740200
Mark Drawing Code (2) DESIGN ONLY
Design Search Code 22.01.25 - Batons, orchestra conductor's; Bows, violin; Conductor's wands, batons; Drumsticks (musical instrument); Harmonicas; Instrument cases (musical); Music stands; Picks, guitar; Wands, conductors' and magicians' 26.11.27 - Oblongs not used as carriers for words, letters or designs
Serial Number 73150505
Filing Date December 1, 1977
Current Filing Basis 1A
Original Filing Basis 1A
Published for Opposition June 23, 1981
Registration Number 1169205
Registration Date September 15, 1981

Description of Mark The mark comprises the double design representation of an electronic sound pickup for guitars, which is disclaimed apart from the mark as shown. AND IS LINED FOR THE COLOR YELLOW WHICH RESEMBLES THE DISTINCTIVE SHADE OF CREAM. Type of Mark TRADEMARK
Register PRINCIPAL-2(F)
Affidavit Text SECT 15. SECT 8 (6-YR). SECTION 8(10-YR) 20010928.
Renewal 1ST RENEWAL 20010928
Live/Dead Indicator LIVE
Jen Cry Baby Wah
General Specs
Years in use: ca. 1993-Present
This pedal was manufactured in Italy and Jen was eventually purchased by the Thomas Church company. Another famous Jen Wah user was Jimi Hendrix.

The Jen Cry Baby Wah is part of the Pete Cornish Effects Pedal Board.


Pete Cornish Effects Pedalboard
Jimmy Page, ca. 2008, It Might Get Loud, Warner Brothers Burbank Studios, Burbank, California
Pete Cornish Effects Pedalboard
Pete Cornish Effects Pedalboard

Lot #222

A solid wood customized violin bow used by Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page during the two Knebworth Park, England concerts in August 1979. The bow was modified by mounting a quartz fiber optic cable at the bow's ends to emit lighting effects on Page's' command during his Dazed And Confused solo in the bands three and half hour set. Page bowed his Gibson Les Paul and waved it overhead, throughout the large tent and sky to emit beams of various dramatic neon-colored light and strobe-light effects from bow's end, which climaxed in a spinning cone of red light. The light traveled through the fiber optic cables from argon and krypton lasers toa small lens that produced the beam to a Lucite rod attached to bow, which has many broken and frayed hairs from usage. Also present is the fiber optic cable.

Also on the Knebworth two day festival were Zeppelin chosen acts Todd Rundgren's Utopia, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, The New Commander Cody Band, Fairport Convention, Chas and Dave and the New Barbarians; a group which featured Keith Richards and Ron Wood. At Knebworth, Zeppelin fans witnessed the return of the group to promote the groups much anticipated eighth studio album, In Through the Out Door (Swan Song, 1978). Unknowingly, the two shows would be the band's last live concerts in England. The following year, shortly before embarking on a tour of the United States, drummer John Bonham died after an alcohol binge.

20 inches length.
Est. $2,000-3,000

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Yamaha CH-10 MKII Chorus Pedal
General Specs
Controls: Speed, Depth
Connectors: Input, Mono Output, Stereo Output
Years in use: ca. 1993-Present
The Yamaha CH-10 MKII Chorus Pedal may have been used prior to the Coverdale-Page days. It was later incorporated into the Pete Cornish Effects Pedal Board.
1963 Gibson SG Junior
Jimmy Page, February 15, 1984
General Specs
Body: Slab double pointed cutaway scalloped mahogany body
Finish: Heritage Cherry
Neck: Mahogany
Fingerboard: Rosewood with dot pearl inlays
Frets: 22
Bridge: ABR-1 Tune-o-matic Bridge
Headstock: Blackface with 'Gibson' logo pearl inlay
Tuners: Kluson
Hardware: Nickel-plated
Pickguard: 3-Layer black acrylic
Pickups: (1) P90 Humbucker
Controls: (1) Volume, (1) Tone
Years in use: 1984
Jimmy Page was seen playing the 1963 Gibson SG Junior at a birthday party for producer Glyn Johns on February 15, 1984. It most likely was a borrowed guitar.

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Led Zeppelin History

February 07, 1962 - Deborah Bonham, sister to John, was born in Redditch, Worcestershire, England
February 23, 1966 - Warren Grant, son of Peter, was born.
February xx, 1969 - Led Zeppelin enters the Billboard Top 40
February 16, 1969 - Led Zeppelin wrap up their first American tour in Baltimore, MD.
February 07, 1970 - Edinburgh gig cancelled after Plant receives facial injuries in a car accident
February 28, 1970 - The band performs as "The Nobs" in Copenhagen after threat of legal action from Countess Von Zeppelin
February xx, 1971 - John Paul Jones involved in legal issues regarding a musician who shares the same name
February xx, 1971 - Overdubs for the fourth album are recorded at Island Studios
February 14, 1972 - The band is refused admission into Singapore due to their long hair
February 16, 1972 - The Australian tour begins in Perth
February 21, 1972 - Led Zeppelin: Rock and Roll b/w Four Sticks (Atlantic 45-2865) 45 single is released in the US.
February xx, 1973 - The band makes final preparations for the European tour
February 16, 1973 - The release date for Houses Of The Holy is pushed back due to some sleeve problems
February xx, 1974 - Sessions for Physical Graffiti continue
February 14, 1974 - Page, Plant and Bonham attend a Roy Harper concert
February 04, 1975 - Zeppelin perform a last minute show at Nassau Coliseum to accomodate fans after being banned in Boston
February 24, 1975 - Physical Graffiti finally issued worldwide to phenomenal sales
February xx, 1976 - Media reports that Zeppelin are due to release an album entitled Obelisk
February xx, 1977 - Robert contracts a bout of tonsillitis postponing the American tour
February xx, 1978 - Robert Plant helps produce a record for punk band Dansette Damage
February 16, 1978 - The cases against Bonham, Cole & Grant stemming from the Oakland incident are heard and all receive suspended prison sentences and fines
February xx, 1979 - Although absent from the US stage or market, Led Zeppelin rank best in many music magazine categories
February xx, 1979 - Mixing sessions for In Through The Out Door take place at Polar Studios. Rumors fly of a European tour
February 03, 1980 - Robert joins Dave Edmund’s Rockpile at the Birmingham Top Rank
February 13, 2005 - Led Zeppelin receives a Grammy for Lifetime Achievment.
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