The equipment listed as used by Jimmy Page is not a complete list, what follows is an almost complete listing of the equipment used by Page onstage with Led-Zeppelin from 1968 to 1980. Equipment that was used in the studio for the recording of the albums is largely unknown save for several instances as well as the occasional overlapping of instruments and effects used onstage that were also used in the studio, like for instance the 1959 #1 Les Paul that was used almost exclusively onstage and in the studio from mid-1969 until the end of Led-Zeppelin. On the other hand Page's Supro amplifier was used exclusively in the studio throughout Led-Zeppelin's existence and it's use is widely documented though the exact make and specifications of it have been witheld by Page over the years.

Jimmy Page guitars
Guitars 1959 Gibson Les Paul #1
1959 Gibson Les Paul #2
1971 Gibson EDS-1275 "The Double Neck"
1959 Fender Telecaster "The Dragoncaster"
1961 Danelectro 3021
1960 Gibson Black Beauty Les Paul Custom
1969 Gibson Les Paul DeLuxe #3
1964 Fender Stratocaster
1977 Gibson RD Artist
2x Martin D-28 Dreadnought acoustic
1920 Gibson A2 Mandolin
Amplifiers Supro 1690T Coronado
Hiwatt Custom 100 DR118
Marshall SLP-1959
Orange MatAmp
Vox AC-30
Pedals and Effects Maestro FZ-1 Fuzztone
Sola Sound Tonebender MKII
Vox Wah-Wah
Univox UD-50 Uni-Drive *To push the front end of the Marshalls in 1971
Maestro Echoplex EP-3
MXR M-101 Phase 90
MXR Blue Box
Eventide H949 Harmonizer
Sonic Wave Theremin

Like with the numerous instruments, amps and effects used by Page both onstage and in the studio, a comprehensive list of equipment used by John Paul Jones in the studio is unfathomable and difficult to compile save for a few select instruments, Jones' 1962 jazz bass was his sole bass used on stage and in the studio until roughly 1971 when his '52 Telecaster Bass is first seen. Even less is known about Jones' amplifier use in the studio save the confirmation that his Acoustic 360 were used.

John Paul Jones
Bass Guitars 1962 Fender Jazz Bass
1952 Fender Telecaster Bass
1967 Fender Bass V
1951 Fender Precision Bass
Selmer Futurama Upright Bass
Alembic Series II Omega Bass
Becvar Series I Triple Omega Bass
Mandolins C.F. Martin A-Style Mandolin
Fender Mandolin
Harmony H35 Mandolin
Manson Triple Neck Mandolin, 6 and 12 string guitar
Keyboards Mellotron M400
Fender Rhodes Marl 1 & 2 Electric Piano
Hohner D6 Clavinet
Hohner ElectraPiano
Hohner Symphonic 30 N
Hammond C3 Organ
Hammon M-100 Organ
Steinway B-211 Drawing Room Grand Piano
Yamaha CP70B Electric Grand Piano
Moog Taurus 1 Bass Pedals
Fender Pedal Bass
Amplifiers Acoustic 360 - 361PP Combo
Fender Dual Showman Reverb *For keyboards
Gallien-Krueger 400B Amplifier
Gallien-Krueger GMT 600B Amplifier
Trace Elliot AH250 GP11 SMX Amplifier
Pedals and Effects Aphex Aural Exciter 602A
Bill Dunn Custom Control System *For Bass Pedals
Maestro PS-1A Phase Shifter

Unlike Page and Jones who used an extensive variety of equipment in the studio as well as on stage, Bonham's exact kits used and owned are well documented as once he was endorsed by and started using Ludwig in January 1969, he never used anything different aside from various colors and finished and only the extra percussive instruments would vary, like his timpani, gong, and bongo drums.

John Bonham
Drum kits Ludwig Amber Vistalite Drumkit
Ludwig Green Sparkle Drumkit
Ludwig Silver Sparkle Drumkit
Ludwig Stainless Steel Drumkit
Ludwig Thermo Gloss Natural Maple Drumkit
Slingerland Sparkle Drumkit