He did a lot of session work that no-one cares about except other session musicians and music snobs. Has done numerous side projects including a failed attempt at a film score, forming the short-lived band The Firm with Paul Rodgers of Bad Company fame, and the only decent thing he's ever done - working with David Coverdale (who makes a much better Robert Plant than the original) for the Coverdale/Page album and, sadly, a short-lived tour of Japan.
He made one solo album, Outrider, using a guest vocalist that no-one knows the name of and that no-one could care about. He managed to rope up former Zeppelin member Robert Plant to do guest vocals on one track which is the only reason the album sold at all - the rabid Robert Plant fangirls had to have it.
Supposedly had a bagful of his incomplete/unfinished/unpublished songs stolen and has since refused to do another solo (or indeed any other) project because of that. He occasionally works on remastering some of the Led Zeppelin back catalogue to keep up the spirits of the fanboys who pine over the yearly reunion rumors and to keep money rolling in.
Is still hung up over the loss of his Gibson "Black Beauty" Les Paul custom guitar which was "stolen" (meaning sold off to pay for drugs) in 1970.
Sorry dude, Eric Clapton had that title long before Pagey did.
2. the ultimate riffmaster of all time
2. Jimmy page can only defined as GOD