The idea behind the creation of this guitar is that Easton Arts are going to get it signed by the remaining members of Led Zeppelin and auctioned off for charity in 2012.

“The idea behind the design is an old table in which the band where sitting around talking about the old days, looking at photos lying around on the table and the guitar body is that table top complete with ciggy burns, ash, coffee stains and water marks all painted on by myself.”

The guitar took 140 hrs to paint from start to finish.

Here’s a couple of other angles so you can see the names of Jimmy, John, Robert and John-Paul run around the edges.

Check out this video which shows you photos of the various stages of the painting process: