So I got the concert DVD for Christmas of Led Zeppelin's 2007 concert at The Royal Albert Hall, first show in like 30 something years and whatnot. All in all it seemed like a good show, however despite the members saying this show captured more of their "magic" on stage I feel is for publicity. I felt more moved by their older performances. I felt Plant still had that jaded ego onstage. Page was Page who I love and being a guitarist is a personal hero. He looked cool onstage while looking his age. I just felt his tone, and the whole sound in general was overproduced? Back in the day when Page used less effects things seemed to feel more organic and sound better. It seemed Page often used chorus or something. It gave the sound a Def Leopard, or 80's rock sound, which seemed very strange for Zeppelin. I think the limitations of stage and studio sounds back in the day worked in their favor and let their abilities do the speaking. Also, I felt that Jason, while a good drummer didn't match his father. John used to do amazing fills that gave you the chills while Jason, it seemed just seemed to keep time, this particularly hit me at the end of Stairway to Heaven when Jon would do these monstrous rolls hi-hat floor tom rolls. Didn't happen with his son. JPJ bass tone I felt was too deep. Probably a combination of those big humbuckers and lower tunings so Plant didn't have to strain as much. I felt he sounded best with his Jazz Bass back in the day. Another note on Page. I felt his black beauty sounded better than his #1. It sounded great on For Your Life. I don't know if anybody noticed, but this pickup selector was on the neck pickup for that song, however it sounded like a bridge pickup. I don't know if he had any knobs pulled for phasing or anything, but I was surprised to hear such a gritty clear sound from presumably a neck pickup. Just some guitarist geekery.