Like Perry, Page proved there was life in the ‘90s. He made the Coverdale/Page album with Whitesnake singer David Coverdale and reunited with Robert Plant for No Quarter and Walking into Claksdale. Gibson produced its first signature Les Paul with the Jimmy Page model of 1995 (a repro of Page’s #2 LP), with all its push/pull tonal options. Now rare, it nevertheless put Page’s tonal options in the hands of ordinary (if very rich) guitarists.
Here’s Page and Plant’s “Most High” (1998) with Jimmy playing a TransPerformance-fitted Les Paul in CGEGCE tuning.