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New Scarlet Page book "RESONATORS"

Resonators by Scarlet Page in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust London, Jimmy Page

We are pleased to announce that Scarlet Page's book, RESONATORS, featuring exclusive photographs of Jimmy Page, is now available to pre-order exclusively at www.redgiantpublishing.com.

This beautiful large format book is strictly limited to 1,480 copies worldwide and is available in both Deluxe and Collector editions.

Including over 120 exclusive and never before seen photographs taken over the past two years, Scarlet's personal approach and style has produced beautiful and intimate portraits of The Resonators, capturing sides of guitar legends rarely seen by their fans.

Guitarists included within RESONATORS are: Wilko Johnson, Jimmy Page, Brian May, Paul Stanley, Sir Paul McCartney, Peter Green, Joe Walsh, Slash, Nile Rodgers, Mick Jones, Jeff Beck, Paul Weller, Mark Knopfler, Noel Gallagher, Serge Pizzorno, Wayne Kramer, Albert Lee, Billy Corgan, Johnny Marr, Graham Coxon, Justin Hawkins, Robert Fripp, Steve Jones, John Squire, John Frusciante, Hank Marvin, Kelly Jones, Dick Taylor, John Squire, Phil Manzanera, Hank Marvin, Phil Collen, Vivian Campbell and Jack White.

The Book

Each book is individually signed and numbered by Scarlet Page, hand-bound in quarter leather and printed on 200gsm acid free matt art paper with silver gilt edges. The book has been printed and bound by one of the world's leading makers of fine limited edition books. In over 8,000 words of brand new text, Scarlet tells us the stories behind the pictures.

The Deluxe Edition is limited to 300 copies worldwide and is presented within a beautiful and stylish RESONATORS presentation box and accompanied with a signed RESONATORS collage print. In addition the Deluxe Edition also comes with a hand crafted portfolio box containing 34 beautifully printed 8" x 10" images, one for each of the guitarists featured in RESONATORS.

To pre-order your Deluxe Edition book, please click here

The Collectors' Edition is limited to 1,180 copies worldwide and is presented within a beautiful and stylish RESONATORS presentation box and accompanied with a signed RESONATORS collage print.

To pre-order your Collectors' Edition book, please click here

Continuing on from Scarlet's successful RESONATORS exhibition and charity auction, 10% of the profit from the sale of this book will go to benefit Teenage Cancer Trust. We are also offering the first 300 subscribers to the book the opportunity to have their names printed within the back pages of the book.

Red Giant Publishing offer you our 'sequential sales promise', so the early you pre-order the lower numbered edition you will receive. Other publishers cannot promise you this, as they use a variety of galleries and sales channels, we guarantee you the lowest numbered edition available at the point of ordering.

Exclusive footage from the Teenage Cancer Trust exhibition featuring an interview with Scarlet Page as well as footage of Jimmy Page and John Squire.

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July 05, 1975 - The band meet in Montreux to discuss adding South America and Japan to the end of their North American tour
July xx, 1976 - Bonham and Page fly to Montreux, Switzerland to check out some new sound and drum effects
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