Page's riff in "Kashmir" is used in Puff Daddy's song "Come With Me."
Page is said to have owned and played nearly 1,500 different guitars.
Page used a Gibson EDS-1275 in "Stairway to Heaven."
Page's daughter Scarlet Page is a very respected photographer.
Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham died in Page's house.
Page used a Wah-wah pedal but not in the usual way of rocking it back and forth like Jimi Hendrix; instead, he put it fully forward in the treble position to get a clearer tone.
After finding Plant, Jimmy Page referred to him as "the young guy with the powerful voice."
His guitar solo from the song "Heartbreaker" has been credited by Eddie Van Halen as the inspiration for his trademark two-hand tapping technique after he saw Led Zeppelin perform at the in 1972.
Keith Moon predicted that Page's band would "go down like a lead zeppelin." That is where the name comes from.
Page originally had wanted Keith Moon and John Entwistle to be part of his super group which eventually became Led Zeppelin.
Page is rated the best guitar riff creator of all time by rock.com.
Page's guitar solo in "Stairway to Heaven." is ranked the best ever by rock.com.
Page contributed to The Kinks' 1964 debut album.
Jimmy Page found John Bonham and Robert Plant in 1968. Plant recommended John Paul Jones as a bassist and Led Zeppelin was formed.
Page was ranked number 4 on rock.com's list of the top 100 rock and roll guitarists.
Jimmy has played with The Yardbirds, Led Zeppelin, The Honeydrippers, The Firm, Coverdale-Page, Page and Plant, The Black Crowes and
He produced all of the Led Zeppelin albums.
He left school at age 16 to pursue a music career.
He sat in on the studio sessions for The Who's first single I Can't Explain.
In the early 1970s, he owned an occult bookstore and publishing house called, The Equinox Booksellers and Publishers.
His early influences were (rockabilly) guitarists Scotty Moore and James Burton.
In 1992, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Yardbirds and again in 1995, as a member of Led Zeppelin.
He was the first musician to be immortalized on the British Walk of Fame in London, on August 23, 2004.
In 2005, he was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire (O.B.E.) for his services to charity.
He started playing the guitar when he was 12 years old.
He was ranked #9 on Rolling Stone magazines 100 greatest guitarists of all time, in 2003.
He is 5 feet, 10 inches tall.(1.78 m)
He is a fan of Chelsea Football Club (The Blues)an English Premier League football team.
See Also: Led Zeppelin
(about John Bonham) Jimmy Page: Almost the moment he died, they put him in Playboy as one of the greatest drummers, which he was - there's no doubt about it. There's never been anybody since. He's one of the greatest drummers that ever lived.
Jimmy: I believe every guitar player inherently has something unique about their playing. They just have to identify what makes them different and develop it.