Not quite. Left to right:
- Danelectro Guitar, owned by Brian (but not used). It can also be seen in a far more recent photo from the late 90's.
- 3 x Martin Guitars, though one of them could indeed be a Tokai F-120. Brian, John and Fred were all Martin clients.
- Kramer Guitar, presumably owned by Roger and possibly used on some of his songs around that era.
- One of John's Fender Precision Basses.
- A Fender Stratocaster. Could be Roger's, could be John's, could be Brian's ... but most likely John's.
- Aloha Baritone Ukelele, the one Brian used to record Good Company
- Another one of John's Fender Precision Basses.
- Music-Man Stingray, the famous 'Dust' bass, confirmed to have been used at some point in the 70's as well.
- A Spanish guitar but not the Egmond (Brian had it from 1954 to the early 60's and then only from 1990-ish onwards).
- John's fretless Fender Precision Bass.
- Brian's Baldwin Double-Six Guitar (Baldwin had bought Burns some years prior).
John hated Hot Space. Frederick's favourite singer was not Paul Rodgers. Roger did not compose 'Innuendo.' Witness testimonies are often inaccurate. Scotland's not in England. 'Bo Rhap' hasn't got 180 voices.