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White Fender Stratocaster
Jimmy Page, London, England, October 2, 2007.
Photo: Ross Halfin
General Specs
Body: Asymmetrical double cutaway Alder body, contoured body on back and on lower bass bout
Finish: Olympic White
Neck: Maple
Fingerboard: Maple with black dot position markers
Frets: 21
Headstock: Alder with spaghetti logo
Tuners: Single Line Kluson Deluxe
Hardware: Chrome
Pickguard: White single layer ABS high gloss pickguard
Pickups: Three single coil pickups with exposed poles
Controls: Volume, Tone and Tone knobs & 3-way Selector switch
Years in use: 1969

This White Fender Stratocaster was used by Jimmy Page to record rhythm tracks on Thank You ca. June 1969 at Morgan Studios, in Willesden, North London, England.

Jimmy Page said in his photographic autobiography Jimmy Page by Jimmy Page that this guitar was also used on Ten Years Gone in Jan.-Feb. 1974 at Headley Grange, Hampshire.

At some point, Page loaned the White Fender Stratocaster to John Paul Jones. Jones returned the Strat back to Page in ca. Sept-Oct. 2007.


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