Who did Led Zeppelin steal whole lotta love from?
Led Zeppelin II (1970) 1. Whole Lotta Love – Based off of a 1962 Muddy Waters song called “You Need Love,” written once again by the great Willie Dixon. The band was sued in 1985, and courts ruled in favor of Dixon. The copying comes mostly in the lyrics, as Page’s hard-hammering riff is his own work.
What guitar did Whole Lotta Love use?
The song is in compound AABA form. Playing the loose blues riff for the intro, on a Sunburst 1958 Les Paul Standard guitar, which ascends into the first chorus.
What is E power chord?
An E power chord is just made up of 2 notes. An E and B. If you look at the most basic open position E5 chord, you are just playing an open E on the 6th string, and a B note on the 5th string. Stack another B on top of that on the 3rd string and you get this E power chord…
What Wah did Jimmy Page use?
It’s a Vox Grey Wah. It’s the predecessor of the Clyde McCoy. It tends to be thin and trebly. Actually works well in front of a fuzz – hence the reason he tended to use it early on.
Was Whole Lotta Love played on a Telecaster?
His Fender Telecaster. The first two Led Zeppelin Albums are mostly his Tele. His Fender Telecaster. The first two Led Zeppelin Albums are mostly his Tele.
What AMP does Whole Lotta Love use?
As it turns out, those very Vox amps – built for The Beatles’ massive stadium shows – are the ones you hear on many of Led Zeppelin’s biggest hits, including “Whole Lotta Love.” “I was using the Super Beatle amps with the [Rickenbacker] Transonic cabinets,” he recalls. “That’s exactly what’s on ‘Whole Lotta Love’.”
What key is take it easy in?