Led Zeppelin legend Jimmy Page has posted a bunch of new photos on his official Instagram account and shared the different memories he had on the same day.

As you will read the caption below, he shared the details of how he was presented with A Silver Clef award in 2014 and bought his iconic Danelectro guitar back in 1965.

Jimmy Page also mentioned all the photographers of the frames he shared and called them under the caption of the photos.

Here is his letter:

“During 1965, I had been introducing my recently acquired Danelectro guitar onto various studio dates. This [first] photograph is from a session that appeared to combine all the guitarists from the session register for a project organized by arranger Mike Leander. The guitars would play the orchestral parts of a popular classical piece. It may have been from Bizet’s ‘Carmen’ – it was a joyous cacophony!⁣

Also on this day, in 2014 it was announced that I will be presented with a Silver Clef award in July. A big thank you to Nordoff Robbins and everyone involved.⁣

Here are a description and details of the Danelectro below from The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s current guitar exhibition ‘Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock & Roll’ from 2019.⁣”

He continued:

“Page bought this guitar from London’s Selmer shop in 1963 for his session recording work and first played it live in 1967 with the Yardbirds on his instrumental piece “White Summer.” He used it in “Celtic tuning,” the alternate tuning with strings tuned to DADGAD, with Led Zeppelin on “When The Levee Breaks,” “In My Time of Dying,” “Kashmir,” and “Black Mountain Side.” ⁣

The semi-hollow body; tempered Masonite top and back, poplar neck, core, and sides, rosewood fingerboard; 25 in. scale; black finish; two single-coil pickups, three-way selector switch, two concentric volume and tone controls; bridge replaced with Leo Quan Badass Bridge.”⁣

You can check out the photos below.

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During 1965, I had been introducing my recently acquired Danelectro guitar onto various studio dates. This [first] photograph is from a session that appeared to combine all the guitarists from the session register for a project organised by arranger Mike Leander. The guitars would play the orchestral parts of a popular classical piece. It may have been from Bizet's 'Carmen' – it was a joyous cacophony!⁣ ⁣ Also on this day, in 2014 it was announced that I will be presented with a Silver Clef award in July. A big thank you to Nordoff Robbins and everyone involved.⁣ ⁣ Here's a description and details of the Danelectro below from The @metmuseum current guitar exhibition 'Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock & Roll' from 2019.⁣ ⁣ "Page bought this guitar from London's Selmer shop in 1963 for his session recording work and first played it live in 1967 with the Yardbirds on his instrumental piece "White Summer." He used it in "Celtic tuning," the alternate tuning with strings tuned to DADGAD, with Led Zeppelin on "When The Levee Breaks," "In My Time of Dying," "Kashmir," and "Black Mountain Side." ⁣ ⁣ "Semi-hollow body; tempered Masonite top and back, poplar neck, core, and sides, rosewood fingerboard; 25 in. scale; black finish; two single-coil pickups, three-way selector switch, two concentric volume and tone controls; bridge replaced with Leo Quan Badass Bridge."⁣ ⁣ Photo 2: Dick Barnatt, 1975⁣ Photo 3: Jan Persson, 1970⁣ Photo 4: Scarlet Page, 2008⁣ Photo 5 & 6: Jonathan Bayer, 2019

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