Guitar World Takes Music into 3D


Jimmy Page, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd are profiled in 3D for the magazine's November edition.

Sep. 29, 2010 — by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

If you’ve ever asked yourself what it would look like to see Jimmy Page in 3D then you can now answer your own question.

The latest media outlet to hop aboard the 3D train is Future US, Inc., and in its music publication Guitar World magazine‘s November book, the issue celebrates the release of the band’s musically diverse 1970 release Led Zeppelin III album.

The cover features the former Yardbird and Led Zeppelin guitar player holding his legendary Sovereign H-1260 acoustic guitar, which he used to record songs like Stairway to Heaven, Ramble on and Friends from the Led Zeppelin III record.

In the magazine guitar players and Led Zeppelin fans will find a set of 3D glasses, two interviews with Page, including one where he’s talking about the release of his new “photo autobiography” Jimmy Page.

The magazine also features a number of pictures of Page and the rest of Led Zeppelin in 3D, a story on Pink Floyd’s The Wall album in 3D and a story about Carlos Santana’s latest release.

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