No discussion of Led Zeppelin is complete without discussing their female counterpart; namely, Heart when Roger Fisher was their lead guitarist. Ann and Nancy Wilson basically broke the mold for women in rock music. My favorite tune on their debut album is "Sing Child." Roger Fisher did a great job on the Univibe-laden solo.
Speaking of Ziggy Stardust, I used to play the title track in a band in which I was co-lead guitarist while serving on active duty in the U.S. Navy. That's a fun song to play. Here's a photo that was shot at a summer festival on the island of La Maddalena (I am playing the Les Paul on the right):
Here's a photo that was shot at an outdoor practice session (I am doing my best Jimi Hendrix impersonation):
I was only 20 years old when the photos shown above were shot. We had to beg, borrow, and steal our
equipment. The other guitarist in the band was able to bring his Marshall to Italy because he was on an accompanied tour and had a place on the beach with his wife (we were forward deployed).