Jon Bonham/Led Zeppelin "Hammer of the Gods"

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Jon Bonham/Led Zeppelin "Hammer of the Gods"

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Original- $10,995
48 x 36
Unframed & ready to hang.

- This is a gallery wrapped original on canvas on 1.50" stretcher bars and is ready to hang.
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SE Series Edition of 150      $500
18 x 24
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Signed & Numbered Edition of 250     $995
24 x 32
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Artist Proof Edition of 50      $1,895
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30 x 40
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"I am often asked what my most difficult pieces are. From this day forward my answer will be unequivocally be the transparent amber drum kit used by the legendary Jon “Bonzo” Bonham.
This piece started to get conceptualized after a late night drunken debate about who the greatest and most influential drummers of rock n’ roll were. All the usual suspects were discussed, Neil Peart (Rush), Dave Grohl (Nirvana), Keith Moon (The Who), Danny Carey (Tool), etc. We all had our favorites and the reasons for our submissions, but the one we all agreed was the pinnacle of badassery was Mr. Bonham.
Led Zeppelin stormed on to the scene in 1968 and soon became one of the biggest, if not the biggest, rock bands in the world. Their aggressive take on rock changed the entire genre. Although the whole band were exemplary musicians, if you ask anyone in the band where their powerful sound came from they would all give you the same answer – Bonzo. With the band’s ascension to the top of rock’s pantheon, coupled with their powerful drum sound, there was no other lyric that was more suited for the title of this piece than the one lifted from Immigrant Song – Bonzo and his signature drum kit were the “Hammer of the Gods” indeed. " -Stickman