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Manson Triple Neck Acoustic Instrument
Jimmy Page, The Battle of Evermore, August 25, 1994, South Bank, London, England, London Studios, Studio 2
General Specs
Body: Alpine Spruce top, Brazilian Rosewood sides and back
Finish: Brownburst
Neck: Brazilian Rosewood
Fingerboard: Brazilian Rosewood with dot pearl inlays
Frets: 24/21/22
Bridge: Rosewood
Headstock: Brownburst w/ logo
Tuners: Schaller tuning keys
Hardware: Gold-plated
Pickguard: None
Pickups: None
Controls: None
Years in use: 1994-1995
The Manson Triple Neck Acoustic Instrument consisted of a 8-string mandolin, 12-string and 6-string guitar. It was built by luthier Andy Manson, who had built the Manson Triple Neck Acoustic Instrument for John Paul Jones. He had also built a similar Triple Neck Instrument for Japanese Led Zeppelin Tribute Band Cinnamon.

Page used the Triple Neck Instrument on The Battle Of Evermore on the No Quarter: Robert Plant and Jimmy Page Unledded album.


Manson Triple Neck Acoustic Instrument
Manson Triple Neck Acoustic Instrument

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