Top 5 Jimmy Page Guitar Solos

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Guitarist Jimmy Page of British rock group Led Zeppelin, performing at Newcastle City Hall, 1st December 1972. He is playing a Gibson EDS-1275 double neck guitar. (Photo by Michael Putland/Getty Images)

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Jimmy Page playing with the legendary band, the Led Zeppelin revolutionized what others could not have done with the guitar, and below are his 5 greatest guitar solos:

 

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5. Black Dog (1971)

Jimmy Page riffs on this song cleverly intertwine with the acapella lines of Robert Plant, and then he saves the best for last; the incredible guitar solo.

 

4. Whole Lotta Love (1969)

The song just gave another life for rock n’ roll, and it just shows how efficient Pagey as a guitarist. A lot of famous guitarists covered this song and they can’t hit the right formula, especially the guitar solo.

 

3. Since I’ve Been Loving You (1970)

It has everything; dynamics, suspense, intensity, and flawlessness. Watch out for the guitar solo — it’s a work of art!

 

2. Achilles Last Stand (1976)

He put his heart out in this song — and everything about this song is pure genius.

 

1. Stairway To Heaven (1971)

Is there anything more impressive version of this song? Yes, there is —  the live rendering from their Earls Court performance in 1975. Jimmy Page guitar solo goes from incredible to monstrosity.