- The Schaffer Replica™
- About SoloDallas
- Gear Reviews
- Members content
- Performance Videos
- Latest updates
- AC/DC’s “Whole Lotta Rosie” From Live Album “If You Want Blood”, 1978
- K.O.T.S. Schaffing it up at Sweden Rock 2014
- AC/DC’s “Up To My Neck In You” (The Schaffer Replica Series, Studio)
- AC/DC’s “Kicked In The Teeth” The Schaffer Replica Series (Updated)
- AC/DC’s “Down Payment Blues” (Powerage, Studio)
- Less Is More: Mr. Marshall Switzerland Bruno Eicher talks about his TSR Gold Tag
- Another Little mystery unveiled by Angus Young in person (with help by Ken Schaffer, Then and Now)
- Full Circle: SoloDallas Meeting Angus Young. Part Two.
- “Fil” Circle: SoloDallas Meeting Angus Young. Part One.
- Go Go Gorillo: King Kongs of Rock’n’ Roll: First Album recorded with the Schaffer Replica!
- “Gone Shootin’ Gallery” Gold Tag TSR vs. Old Gear.
- D.I.Y. Home made Nylon Nashville / ABR-1 Saddles
- A member, an impression, and a demo
- AC/DC’s “You Shook Me All Night Long” With a Marshall YJM & The Schaffer Replica (Audio/Video Update)
- UPDATED: Back and Hacked! New Developments, The BIB Album Tone & Playing debunked
Posts tagged Angus’ Guitars
I checked again my foto album, and BANGGGGG,
I realised the folowing, Check carefully the following photos
Update as of 30th of Sept. 2010
Our own headwhop26 (thank you!), has informed me that there is a brief “article” summarizing some characteristics of Angus and Malcolm’s main guitars.
I would say it confirms what we at SoloDallas.net had dared to imagine (and uncover) but still something is not convincing. I will get back to it later.
The article is by Bonfire (Bill), a famous AC/DC fan, cover hero and now webmaster at acdc.com (and also a member here at solodallas.net!):
Here it is to you: Read more >
By SoloDallas (original article in Italian, translation by Robert Taylor – our own ar2619Rob – : Thank You, Rob!)
Similar to the hypnotic effect that AC/DC music had on me when I first heard it (it was the LIVE Album “If You Want Blood, You’ve Got It” and it was, I believe, 1979), as soon as I set eyes on the photos of Angus Young embracing his Gibson SG, it was love at first sight, and certainly “Love at first Feel”. It’s a love that has continued to grow for about thirty years (even considering that I’ve tried far too many brands and models of guitars) the Gibson SG of the late ’60s has never left my mind since then.