1. Push in on Metropolitan Museum of Art showing "Play It Loud" signage
2. Push in on "Play It Loud" exhibition with Chuck Berry Gibson ES350 guitar
3. Jimmy Page looking at displays
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Jimmy Page, Recording Artist - on how he came to loan his gear for the exhibit:
"Jason (Dobney) and Craig (Inciardi) came to my house in London. I invited them to my house to get some idea of, of what it was that they planned, and they had, like, a floor plan of how they wanted to display things and they said that you approach the gallery through Greco Roman statues, and then the first thing you see is Chuck Berry's guitar. I said, 'What? The original one, the blonde one?' And they said, 'Yes.' And I said, 'What would you like? Just tell me what you want to help this along and you can have whatever it is that you want.'."
5. Wide shot Jimmy Page watches video of himself at display
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Jimmy Page, Recording Artist - on loaning one of his most prized guitars:
"Well, I've loaned my Harmony guitar, which was a Harmony six-string acoustic. That, that guitar, I had way back in the early sixties. And it was with me all the way through, to the point that I used it as a writing tool. And that, that particular guitar is the, is the vehicle whereby the first album Led Zeppelin was written, the second album is written, the third album is written, and the fourth album is written. And it's the guitar that actually culminates in playing 'Stairway to Heaven.'."