"Good Times Bad Times" is a song by English rock band Led Zeppelin, featured as the opening track on their 1969 debut album Led Zeppelin.
For the lead guitar solo, guitarist Jimmy Page passed his Fender Telecaster guitar through a Leslie speaker to create a swirling effect.This type of speaker contains a rotating paddle and was designed for a Hammond organ. However, guitars could be used with it. George Harrison and Eric Clapton employed this technique on the Cream song "Badge", and Harrison used it in several of The Beatles' recordings. In an interview he gave to Guitar World magazine in 1993, Page explained that:
"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."
|Trivia:||P/S Picture Sleeve|
|Tracks side 1:||Good Times Bad Times|
|Tracks side 2:||Communication Breakdown|
|Format||7" Single, PS Picture Sleeve|
|Country||Made in France|
Photos of LED ZEPPELIN Good Times Bad Times / Communication Breakdown 7" Sleeve
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