Jimmy Page decided not to include his guitars, stage clothes and musical equipment in the “Play It Loud” exhibition at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, LedZepNews has learned.
The exhibition originally opened at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in April and included several of Page’s most famous guitars.
The exhibit was the first time that Page’s “Black Beauty” was shown in public since it was returned to his ownership.
The exhibition has since moved to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland and opened last month, but there has been speculation that Page’s items didn’t travel with it.
A source who has seen the new exhibit has confirmed to LedZepNews that Page’s items are not present.
That’s backed up by the page for the exhibit on the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame’s website, which doesn’t mention Page at all.
The press release for the opening of the exhibition does mention Page, but only confirms that the special video interview he filmed for the exhibit is still present.
LedZepNews contacted the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to ask about Page’s guitars and other items but did not receive a reply.