I guess if we want to put into two separate boxes (pre and post Queen)... sure. But even then I think that is a stretch. I have bootleg concerts where in one show I've seen the Red Special, the Flying V, the Tele and a Strat. So at a minimum... 4. Just because he is most known for the Red Special doesn't mean that is all he used. It's just what we want to associate him with.I respectfully disagree. For most of his Queen career he played the original Red Special. Yeah he used a tele for CLTCL but it is only in his post-Queen years that he has dug other instruments out on a consistent basis. Besides, everyone knows him for the Red Special.
It's like we don't want to picture Willie without Trigger. It's the jelly to his peanut butter. It's the cherry to his sundae. It's the flip to his flop. But if you've seen him live you know he plays Strats and those god awful ugly Robin headless guitars. It just doesn't look right. But no matter what we "associate" with him... you see the guy play numerous different electrics all the time when he tours (or when he did tour).