Legendary Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page has shared a throwback photo of himself with musician Dave Sutch on the official Instagram account, and he clarified 50 years of misunderstanding about lead guitar performances.

As we all know, all lead guitar performances were costed to Jimmy Page, but he gave an explanation by saying it wasn’t true. Page said that he played backbone riffs to the songs but he doesn’t believe he played all the lead guitar as credited.

Here’s what Jimmy Page wrote:

“On this day in 1970, ‘Cause I Love You’ / ‘Thumping Beat’ by Screaming Lord Sutch was released on Atlantic Records – both Bonzo and I had played on those.

It had been recorded in a studio in LA along with some other numbers that made up the album ‘Lord Sutch and Heavy Friends’. I played backbone riffs to the songs but I don’t believe I played all the lead guitar as credited. I had recorded previously with Dave Sutch at Joe Meeks.”

An Instagram user named missrockin commented and said this:

“Love those crazy clothes and your Rockin beats to match! Your posts are awesome! Love to see these memories! 🎶 🙌💥🥊🤘”

Another fan named thewhyzeman wrote this:

“Have the original record!!!!”

See the Instagram photo below.