A standard edition of Jimmy Page's Sundragon amp is reportedly set to arrive this fall.
First unveiled at the 2019 NAMM show in January, the Sundragon amp was a then limited-edition collaboration between the Led Zeppelin guitarist, Perry Margouleff and Mitch Colby, and was touted as a faithful recreation of the amp Page used on the Led Zeppelin album and the solo to “Stairway to Heaven,” among other recordings.
According to the Sundragon website, Page’s original amp “started out life as a Supro Coronado. After falling out of the back of the band’s van during an early pre-Zeppelin tour, the amp was restored and modified in significant ways. Page realized that the sonic palette of his amp had changed to something new and unique. After being shrouded in mystery for more than 50 years, Page has decided to share this extraordinary amplifier with the world.”
“I had been impressed with the forensic analysis both Mitch and Perry had put into the research of the sonic reproduction of the original Supro amp to arrive at the Sundragon,” Page said at the time.
The price and specs of the Sundragon standard edition have yet to be revealed, but we'll keep you updated as more information about the amp becomes available.