Hello, fellow SoloDallas.com Members!
headwhop26 here– making a post on SoloDallas.com for the first time.
I received my Schaffer Replica about a week ago. I raced home from band practice when my older brother picture messaged me a yellow box from Vienna, Austria; this box had been well-traveled. I ran out, bought a European power supply and plugged it right in. Now that I’ve had a chance to tinker with it for a short while, I thought I would post some videos: first my impressions, then some playing.
I first wanted to shoot videos for variation. Most of the videos posted so far have players with Marshall/British-style amplifiers. I use a Fender amp and a rather obscure guitar compared to most Gibsons. I thought I could showcase what TSR can do with an amp that is not geared toward the hard rock mode of playing.
Soon I would love to enlist a few friends and shoot proper videos. Keep in mind that there is nothing “proper” about these videos— not the proper mics, just an iPod camera, marginal recording space, makeshift camera setup. So bear with me on my tacky setup, I just wanted to get something out there first. Im not up to the quality of our fearless leader, Fil
Fender Blues Deluxe 1×12, 40 watts, Jensen Speaker
Gretsch G6117HT with TV Jones Hi-Lo-Tron pickups
Grestch Electromatic G5248T with TV Jones Classic Plus
Ramble FX Un-professional Mk II Twin Bender Fuzz pedal
Fender PT-100 Pedal Tuner
Digitech Bad Monkey Tube Overdrive
Xotic FX BB Preamp Overdrive
TSR, First Impressions (if I seem tired in this first video, its because I am!)
Playing around with my Schaffer Replica
A set images of what I am using. With this rig I do everything from blues jams and traditional stuff like the Jimmy Reed shuffles I played in the video, to punk rock n roll with my band. Click them to make them larger.