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Since we first introduced the Schaffer Replica EX “Tower” (Used by Angus Young of AC/DC, Richard Fortus of Guns 'n Roses, ...) our customers’ most popular request has been for us to create a pedalboard-friendly stompbox with the same circuit.
Well, you spoke and we listened! To our loyal fans who have waited so patiently, we proudly introduce The Schaffer Replica - Storm.
The Storm features a 100% analog signal path that is nearly identical to our EX Tower that has quite literally taken the guitar industry by storm, hence the name. It perfectly captures our signature “Schaffer Sound” voicing and offers three interactive circuits capable of generating a plethora of tones for every guitar configuration and genre of music.
Winner of August 2018 Guitar Player Magazine Editor's Pick!
2020-2021 Solodallas Storm featured in 'Guitar Magazine', scoring 8/10
Link to full article
Vintage Guitar Magazine
Emphatic users of SoloDallas pedals include legendary guitarists John Mayer, Keith Urban, Keith Richards, Ron Wood, Chris Stein, Doug Aldrich, Richard Fortus (GnR), Scott Metzger, Isaiah Sharkey, Joe Bonamassa, Coco Montoya, Boris Grebenshikov, Billie Joe Armstrong and Angus Young. Iconic bassists include Pino Palladino, Sting, Rudy Sarzo. Keyboard master Derek Sherinian swears by it on organs and synths too.
Angus Young, AC/DC - Two Solodallas Towers in the Rock or Bust Tour rack
John Mayers' pedalboard on the 63rd annual Grammys, 2021, contained a earlier Solodallas Storm in a Custom Swirl finish
Chris Cheney & The Living End, using his Solodallas EX Tower
And many more...
To be continued
When removing the back panel of the pedal, you will find a small trimmer potentiometer labelled 'OUTPUT TRIM'. It is set default at 75% from the factory. If you find that the pedal is too 'hot' (too strong output volume boost), it can be a good idea to lower this trimpot (CCW rotation) , which will lower the overall output volume of the pedal, so you achieve a wider range on the output volume 'BOOST' control.