Guitars For Kronos

Kid Nepro releases Volume 6      01/02/13
Guitars For Kronos


Kid Nepro has announced the release of Volume 6 "Electric Guitars" for Korg Kronos. He told us, "An amazing assortment of fully KARMA-fied Guitar Programs & Combis that will rock your Kronos like it's 2099!" Here's the details in his own words...

  • 32 New Programs
  • 24 New Combis
  • 16 New Guitar Loops
  • 120 Megs
  • New Samples


The new sound library includes a wide assortment of the best Electric Guitar samples from Kid Nepro programmer and guitar player John Mcshane. Everything from John's 1957 vintage guitar to his brand new custom electric, these new sounds will have you jamming all day and night. Sounds include clean guitars and harmonics for that light rock or funk track that you've been working on, or full blown distorted or overdrive power leads and feedback that are perfect for hard rock or metal tracks.

Also included are 16 ultra cool guitar loops that Kid Nepro has time sliced and set up in the Kronos drum track as new "user patterns". The loops are then synced to the KARMA drum and bass parts along with more guitars to give you a typical rock band set up. As far as we know, Kid Nepro is the first sound company to do anything like this for Kronos. Check out the audio demos and hear for yourself. This set rocks!


Pricing and Availability:

$69 USD.

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