Led-Zeppelin-Good Times Bad Times
The First at The First
Mega Rare And Really Hard To Find First Press Debut Song
Good Times Bad Times is the opening title of their 1969 debut album Led Zeppelin.
For the guitar solo,guitarist Jimmy Page amplified his Fender Telecaster guitar with a Leslie speaker to create a vortex effect. This type of loudspeaker contains rotating loudspeakers and is designed for Hammond organs. But it can also be used for guitars.
Eric Clapton used this technique on the Cream song"Badge"and George Harrison used it on several Beatles recordings.
In an interview he gave to Guitar World,Page stated:
“I do remember using the board to overdrive a Leslie cabinet for the main riff in'How Many More Times'.
It doesn't sound like a Leslie because I wasn't employing the rotating speakers.Surprisingly,that sound has real weight.
The guitar is going through the board,then through an amp which was driving the Leslie cabinet.
It was a very successful experiment.”
Good Times Bad Times
1st cat#on picture sleeve and 2nd cat#on labels.
On back sleeve"Manufactured By Nippon Grammophon Co.Ltd.Japan KI 6907".
Jacket: VG+ wrinkles/light brown stains,wrinkles about 2cm in the center of the back
Board quality:VG+to NM(slight scratches from the last 50years)
see pictures(the pictures are an integral part of the condition of the LP)
Collectors Item From 1969
- Meer dan 3 artiesten/bands
- Artiest/band (max 3)
- Led Zeppelin
- Meerdere titels
- Record titel
- Good Times Bad Times /The First at The First
- Aantal artikelen
- 45-toerenplaat (Single)
- Land van herkomst
- Jaar van uitgave (oudste)
- Jaar van uitgave (jongste)
- Near Mint (NM)
- 1ste mono persing, Japanse persing, Mono
- Boekje / boek, Originele binnenhoes
- Platenlabel nummer