Jimmy Page’s Giannini GWSCRA12-P Craviola

Jimmy Page used this guitar to record “Tangerine” from Led Zeppelin III, and to play the song on stage from 1971 to 1972. He had at least two of these guitar, as he was seen playing one with dot inlays, and another one with custom fretboard inlays.

As far as specs, Jimmy’s guitar has gold-plated tuners, rosewood sides, and a Sitka spruce top. It’s a pretty uniquely shaped model, made by the Brazilian manufacturer Giannini, and designed together with Paulinho Nogueira – who was a Brazilian guitarist and a composer.

Paulinho Nogueira, who designed the guitar together with Tranquillo Giannini.


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