In this video of Oasis performing the song Go Let It Out, Noel Gallagher can be seen playing a Pink Paisley Fender Telecaster Electric Guitar. The performance took place at Wembley Stadium in 2000, and was also filmed as the opening track to the Oasis live concert film ["Familiar to Millions"](http://www.amazon.com/Oasis-Familiar-Millions-Live-Wembley/dp/B000055XTB/). In the video the guitar can clearly be seen at 0:08 as Noel begins playing the rhythm part of Go Let It Out. Another great shot is at 0:13, where details can be seen such as the maple neck and lack of pickguardmore
This guitar was used with Beady Eye, mostly during 2011. This guitar was used for "Kill For A Dream" performance, live at David Letterman show. This guitar was modded, and according to the [Gem Archer Gear](http://www.gemarchergear.com/beady-eye-gear.html), this guitar had its pickup changed multiple times. The current pickguard was made by Phillipe Dubreuille, the same luthier who built him a custom guitar.more
Burton mentions a pink paisley Telecaster in this 2014 *Guitar Player* article. > Have you ever heard a guitar that sounded any better? [Laughs.] The story behind that guitar is Fender called me and said, “James you must come down here because we have a guitar with your name on it.” I asked if they could just send it to me, but they insisted that I come to the factory. So I went there, and when I opened up the case and that pink paisley Tele jumped out I said, “Oh no, that’s not for me, man!” Burton earlier mentioned his acquisition of a 1952 Telecaster in [this 2000 *Mix Online* article](https://www.mixonline.com/recording/classic-tracks-merle-haggards-mama-tried-366094) about Merle Haggard's "Mama Tried". > Mother and dad bought me a '52 Tele, and I got into playing slide and steel guitar early on. I experimented with using banjo strings on the guitar to get a lighter sound and an unwound third string to get a twangier, funkier sound. I was able to create a whole different sound and technique, using the fingers and finger-picks to create banjo-like rolls on both the guitar and dobro. I used this technique on ‘Mama Tried.’more
My particular model was 'Made In Japan' circa '94 / '95. I purchased it online for £799 in 2011 as a birthday present to myself. It has a clear tone, not a million miles from the sound of a Fender Jaguar, but not quite as raspy. The neck is very playable, even higher up, great for the strumming of high barre chords.