Elliot Easton used a Fender Lead I on the guitar solo for "Touch and Go" off the Panorama album. Here's the Quote from the Forum, right from the source himself. 01-06-08, 02:08 PM #29 Elliot Easton Elliot Easton is offline Les Paul Forum Member Elliot Easton's Avatar Join Date Mar 2003 Location Los Angeles Posts 3,416 Re: Question for Elliot Easton thanks, it's one of the solos that i'm proudest of. i used a fender lead 1 guitar through a boogie head into a marshall cab in case you're interested. i also 'composed' the solo beforehand. it wasn't one where i simply 'winged' it, that's for sure! "A little bit of knowledge can be a very dangerous thing."more
In [this article](http://www.emusician.com/gear/1332/then-amp-now-mission-of-burma/35210), Roger Miller talks about Fender Lead I guitars. He says, "I chose the Lead I because it was a brand new model of guitar, and no one had ‘made a mark’ with it, so I could start off with a fresh slate to make my own marks."more
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