The Schaffer Replica™ On A 1960 Les Paul “Burst” Standard & 1965 Marshall JTM45 (Camera Audio)

04 Aug The Schaffer Replica™ On A 1960 Les Paul “Burst” Standard & 1965 Marshall JTM45 (Camera Audio)

We used to say “while we wait”… and it’s still true 😆

However, we’re closer and closer. And since we are, let me continue teasing you – my beloved solodallas.com friend – with my travels and endeavours as I test for real and for fun our product!

Had a blast. Enjoy!



Fil "SoloDallas" Olivieri

We Are Rock 'N Roll People.

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    Posted at 12:32h, 05 August

    Enhanced vibrato, sustain and drive, like all your dreams come true in one box! I know from my R42 that it just makes playing so much more rewarding and the impossible ‘possible’. Well done! 🙂

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    Posted at 19:04h, 04 August

    So cool Fil! thanks for this, really thank you!

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    Posted at 17:39h, 04 August

    its amazing how much of a reaction you can get out of the TSR!!!!!!1 Beautiful guitar you have some great friends fil!

    does it do wonders on the vidrato? does the dynamic compressor enhance it? sounds like it to me 🙂

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      Posted at 17:45h, 04 August

      Ciao bro Ant, just woke up here in San Diego.
      YES. It DOES wonders on the vibrato, though I wasn’t able to capture it on camera. The fact is that with 0.11-.52 strings on it, it was almost impossible for me to do my usual thing that I do with vibrato; much easier with the Angus model (Rock and roll relics) that I played afterwards, with my usual 009s: I think it shows. But when I finally was able to pull the high A vibrato thing on that LP, I went to heaven. It was Paul Kossoff territory, no doubt. HOWEVER I think more and more that we CAN get there with lesser guitars nowadays. A good/great custom pickup, good electronics (harness), proper wiring and good hardware (stopbar, bridge, tuners) will definitely bring us in closer. It CAN be done without spending 250,000 USD! 😆

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        Posted at 20:43h, 04 August

        Good Morning 🙂

        Your vibrato Fil gives me the same chills as Angus’s does,
        how did you find guitar rig with your Angus model? can you achive the same desired vibrato with GR+TSR?

        Man i cant wait anylonger for it XD i yurn to blast it out like an adrenaline junkie lol

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          Posted at 00:17h, 05 August

          I have three audio files made with GR5 and the TSR the other day, can send them to you (and anyone interested btw) just shoot me an email at sd@solodallas.com will send them to you. TSR on GR is just as good as TSR on anything else: it just works perfectly. Franz and I were basically astonished.

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    Posted at 07:46h, 04 August

    Lol@ the G-string comment… So true!!!

    Guitar and TSR pedal are amazing! Now I have to wipe the drool off my keyboard!

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    Posted at 01:59h, 04 August

    Yes. Gimme Gimme.

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      Posted at 02:06h, 04 August

      Fil are you going to release where to put what for the compression and the boost to achieve certain AC/DC tones?

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        Posted at 02:07h, 04 August

        I know ideally it is going to come to the players own ear but will you release kind of like a tone guide?

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          Posted at 02:12h, 04 August

          Yep. But really – so intuitive. STILL will do it (the guide) 😀

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            Posted at 09:54h, 04 August

            Probably there could be a whole new section on the website with database of Replica settings for certain tones/songs etc.

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