So What’s the Schaffer Replica™ Going To Sound Like On Guitar Rig, You Say?

01 Nov So What’s the Schaffer Replica™ Going To Sound Like On Guitar Rig, You Say?

Not bad at all, I’d say.

But you tell me.


(generic Jump head settings, nothing else, standard settings)


Gibson Angus Young Signature, #37 of 50; Seymour Dancan Pearly Gates (modified for AYS)

Rock N’ Roll Relics “Angus Model”, David Allen Prototype t-top

1966 Gibson SG Standard, t-top


Please note: no whatsoever processing done; recorded on Apple portable computer shown in picture and uploaded onsite.








And please do tell us in the comments!

Fil "SoloDallas" Olivieri

We Are Rock 'N Roll People.

  • avatar
    Posted at 06:43h, 16 June

    For the 1966 demo is that a Manlius T-Top replica?

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    Posted at 22:21h, 18 December

    I use a Marshal JMP 2203 (1979) and a half stack, a slanted early 70s Marshall 4 x 12 cab! Oh, and I play gibson sg’s!

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    Posted at 21:05h, 11 November

    I agree with angurrocks. I also am not knowledgeable with guitar rig but found it really interesting how the last guitar,the 66 sounded noticeably clearer and not as muddy. That was very interesting. You know what would be a nice comparison to do with this schaffer unit is to compare it to other clean boost pedals on the market and see how it differs .

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    Saul HUDSON
    Posted at 00:10h, 04 November

    Hi Fil,

    Some news about the release of the Gold Tag version (i can’t wait!) ?


    Keep Rockin’

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      Posted at 14:21h, 09 November

      Hi Saul, thanks for your patience! We did order ALL the cases and all of the boards and components. We are looking into start shipping out at around half of December, first come first serve (i.e., the order in which people ordered from us). Hang on, it’s coming.

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    Posted at 17:47h, 03 November

    I usually use a lead 800 with a hiwhite cabinet in GR5. Would be interesting to hear what it would sound like with the SVDS

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    Posted at 17:31h, 03 November

    I don’t know what the settings were, but in my view these clips don’t compare well to those of the real amps. What are the specs of the D Allen T-top?

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    Posted at 01:06h, 03 November

    Interesting Fil. I use GR5, 4, & 3 a lot. T Top for me tone wise.

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    Posted at 18:24h, 02 November

    Can’t Beat the clears and brightness of a t-top 🙂

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    Posted at 12:35h, 02 November

    Yea not bad at all, some do sound a bit muddy but like you said it’s just standard settings so once we mess around with GR (ANT I’m looking at you lol) I’m positive this will sound f****ng epic 🙂

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    Posted at 08:49h, 02 November

    sounds very promising to me, but for me its, more sounding like, if you kick in the replica, you just more drive, no dynamic nothing. I think its because of guitar rig, i used guitar rig a long time until i tried amplitube, it’s a world of difference. you really get that let-there be rock-album feeling with the vintage metal lead amp and the 4×12 cabinet with virtual greenbacks micd with 2 virtual neumann u67.

    Thats exactly the set-up where i would like to hear the tsr blowing amplitube.

    but guitar rig is still great and of course it also sounds great.

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    Posted at 04:20h, 02 November

    Fil you said some time ago that you bought the BARE KNUCKLE riff raff. how did that go? I’m looking to upgrade my pickups on my sg standard 60s. what would you recommend it to get the tone from 1978 onward probably until the mid 80s?

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    Posted at 01:00h, 02 November

    sounds great to me fil 🙂

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    Posted at 23:41h, 01 November

    dig the 66 sounded great all three sounded bit over driven to muddy.. but what do i know

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    Posted at 23:06h, 01 November

    Mmmhhh…all three are sounding very muddy to me…the last one (66′ t-top) sounds best to me…a little more clearer than the others, but don’t take my opinion too serious…i have no acknowlegement about Guitar Rig at all 😉

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