Probably the best known guitar in Billy's collection besides the Strings & Things St. Blues (Pink) - This was the guitar he was holding on the front of the "Don't Say No" breakthrough album - the one "In the Dark", "My Kinda Lover", and the big hit "The Stroke" came from. Here's a Vintage Guitar Article - with Pics even - all about the guitars Squier has used through his career - https://www.vintageguitar.com/3221/billy-squier/ Which guitars and amps do we hear on the album? My 1960 Fender Tele Custom was really the guitar of record, excuse the pun… It’s the one you hear on “In The Dark,” “My Kinda Lover,” “You Know What I Like,” “Too Daze Gone,” and “Lonely Is The Night.” When and how did the others come along? My next move was to swap my ’57 Strat for a similar one with a whammy bar, in ’76. I acquired the Tele Custom for Tale of the Tape around the time I hooked up with Richie Friedman at We Buy Guitars on 48th Street. After Don’t Say No, he got me my first ‘Burst – a ’58.more
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