Sundragon Limited Edition Jimmy Page Combo Guitar Amplifier
#4 of 50
Brand new, unopened, sealed in the shipping box.
Everything is included in the unopened box.
The shipping box has never been opened, so there are no pictures of this particular amp and its packaging.
Jimmy Page owns #1
Mitch Colby, the man who built the run of 50 amps, owns #2
James Hetfield of Metallica owns #3
This is #4, signed by Jimmy Page
The Sundragon combo made its debut at Winter NAMM in a limited run of 50 hand-built models — at $12,500 a piece — that duplicate the circuit elements of the late-’50s Supro Coronado that Jimmy Page used on Led Zeppelin’s first album. The Sundragon project is a partnership between New York amp maker Mitch Colby and musician/producer/guitar collector Perry Margouleff, the latter of whom has known Page for more than 35 years. It was this personal relationship that opened the door to a deep exploration of the amplifier Page used to create his groundbreaking tones on “Good Times, Bad Times, “You Shook Me,” Communication Breakdown” et al.
The limited run of 50 amps sold out in 24 hours.