Must Haves

Must Haves

Must Haves

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Led Zeppelin remains one of rock’s most iconic bands with a catalog that continues to be passed down or discovered with every new generation.

With a fan base that is prolific, it’s no wonder they still continue to move and inspire new merch decades after they called it quits.

Whether you or someone you know is a massive fan, get the led out and check out these 16 killer Led Zeppelin items!

  • Led Zeppelin Car Decal Symbols

    Whether you use one or all four symbols, these car decals will let everyone on the road know your love of Zeppelin.

  • Led Zeppelin: The Complete Studio Recordings Guitar TAB Book

    For the guitar player that wants to learn literally any Zeppelin studio recording, this is the perfect book for them!

  • Fender Jimmy Page Telecaster Electric Guitar - Natural

    One of Page’s most iconic guitars, the icon said in a statement, “This guitar is so special and has so much history, so I approached Fender to see if they’d be interested in recreating it. They really got it 110 percent right, or 150 percent right. It’s so absolutely as it is, as it should be, and as it was.”

  • Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin

    Featuring over 300 photos of the band throughout their career, Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin was released to celebrate the band’s 50th anniversary.

  • 'The Object' Sculpture

    This sculpture is truly the perfect gift for the Led Zeppelin fan that has (almost) everything. A replica of “The Object” from the cover of 1976’s Presence, it measures nearly eight inches tall.

  • Exploding Zeppelin T-Shirt

    A bold vision honoring the cover of Led Zeppelin I, no band shirt collection is complete without this beauty!

  • Swan Song Pin

    This 3D metal pin will look outstanding on a denim jack, a leather jacket or a blazer lapel. (Who says businesswear can’t rock?)

  • Led Zeppelin Piano Sheet Music Anthology

    This piano sheet music book features arrangements of 20 classic Led Zeppelin songs including “Good Times Bad Time,” “Rock and Roll,” “Stairway to Heaven” and more.

  • Led Zeppelin U.S. Tour 1975 T-Shirt

    Led Zeppelin is responsible for many notable images/symbols, but few are as majestic as the Swan Song logo seen here on a t-shirt.

  • Led Zeppelin Spice/Herb Grinder

    Regardless of the spice or herb (wink, wink), this grinder featuring the LP label artwork of Physical Graffiti will certainly be a conversation starter.

  • 'Jimmy Page by Jimmy Page'

    Jimmy Page released this autobiography in 2014, and when he did, he did so in grand fashion by chronicling his life and career in this stunning 512-page coffee table book.

  • 'Beast: John Bonham and the Rise of Led Zeppelin'

    Released in September 2021, Beast: John Bonham and the Rise of Led Zeppelin is the first-ever full-length biography of the influential drummer. The book also features a forward by Dave Grohl.

  • Hermit T-Shirt

    Remember that thing about Zeppelin and classic imagery/symbols? Here’s another prime example with this “Hermit” t-shirt.

  • 'When Giants Walked the Earth: A Biography of Led Zeppelin'

    When Giants Walked the Earth remains one of rock’s must-read biographies. Written by veteran rock journalist Mick Wall, this book was first published in 2008 and is based on interviews Wall conducted with the surviving members of Led Zeppelin.

  • Vintage Led Zeppelin Photo T-Shirt

    If you prefer the look of Zeppelin from their early days, you’ll want to check out this t-shirt.

  • Fender Jimmy Page Mirror Telecaster Electric Guitar - White Blonde

    This Fender replica Jimmy Page guitar has a very interesting backstory. Per its listing, “Fender’s Jimmy Page Mirror Telecaster is a recreation of a guitar that was at the heart of multiple historic rock-and-roll moments. It has been in the hands of two of the most iconic guitarists in the musical revolution of the 1960s. The original 1959 Telecaster’s first owner was Jeff Beck, who gifted it to Jimmy Page in 1966, as a thank you for recommending him to the Yardbirds when Page couldn’t take the gig. Page then briefly joined the band and played the guitar with them (he can be seen with it in the nightclub scene in Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1966 film Blow Up) and it is one of the primary guitars used in the creation of the first Led Zeppelin album. Now, Fender has created this tribute to the guitar that arguably changed the course of music.

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