Wilko, more known for his Telecasters, bought a Strat with the money from 'Down By The Jetty' and has been known to record and gig it. Mick Green couldn't have given a flying flip about guitars. Although best known for his Telecaster, he played a Gibson Melody Maker with Johnny Kidd & The Pirates as well as a Telecaster. Later, he bought the Custom, but also owned, and used, Strats and a Les Paul. There's footage of him with a Strat with Van Morrison, Bryan Ferry and during his tenure with Englebert Humperdink and Shanghai. Footage of the black Les Paul features in the Dingwalls show where it gets used for 'Shakin' All Over' Live, with Paul McCartney, he mostly played the Tele, but would switch to a Nashville tuned Strat where needed. For Choba CCCP, he used the Tele, but 'Run Devil Run' was mixed. For quite a few Pirates shows, he used a Peavey 'Cropper'. When teaching, he used a Strat or whatever acoustic was kicking around.