Jimmy Page reflects on Led Zeppelin's legacy and its sound

Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page discusses the band's legacy, why its music has endured and prospects for another reunion concert.

NEW YORK -- When Jimmy Page was young, he had already developed such an inseparable relationship with his guitar that school officials would often confiscate it.

Now some of the instruments that he used in Led Zeppelin are on display in an exhibition called Play It Loud at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Seven of Pages guitars have been loaned to the exhibit, alongside dozens of guitars, drums and memorabilia from such legends as Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis and John Lennon.

Asked why the Led Zeppelin catalogue has endured so long, Page says it has so many different styles and moods and its very passionate. And it also very gentle. And its very hard. And its extremely dynamic.