Jimmy Page’s Maestro Echoplex EP-3

Jimmy Page started using the Maestro Echoplex EP-3 in June 1972, on Led Zeppelin’s 1972 US Tour. Before this, he used the EP-2 model, but once he switched to the EP-3, he continued using it until the end of Led Zeppelin, and later on in the 90s on the Page/Plant tours.

Usually, in the early days, he would have two units on stage, one for his Sonic Wave Theremin, and the other for the guitar.

Jimmy Page at Madison Square Garden 1973 (The Song Remains the Same) with a Maestro Echoplex EP-3 delay sitting on his Marshall amps.
Jimmy Page at Madison Square Garden 1973 (The Song Remains the Same) with a Maestro Echoplex EP-3 delay sitting on his Marshall amps.

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Igor
Igor
2 months ago

“Prior to this, he used the EP-3 model, but once he switched to the EP-3” ???

Igor
Igor
2 months ago
Reply to  Dan Kopilovic

thanks for the great site!

Igor
Igor
2 months ago
Reply to  Dan Kopilovic

Do you know what microphones Jimmy Page used at Olympic Studios to record Led Zeppelin II?