Pop Guitar Samples

Prime Loops releases Acoustic Pop Guitars sample pack      18/02/13

Pop Guitar Samples


Acoustic Pop Guitars is a new guitar sample pack from Prime Loops and features contemporary pop guitar samples with a crisp acoustic tone. Prime Loops tells us that it offers a selection of delicately strummed chord progressions, rigid staccato strumming patterns and finger picked arpeggios, all available in both Dry (unmodulated) and Clean (modulated) sample form. There's one whole folder dedicated to dual guitar samples, comprising of both rhythm and lead guitar in one loop. These samples are available as separate loops too.

A spokesperson told us, "Acoustic Pop Guitars comes to you 100% royalty free with the key of each sample displayed clearly in the file name. Drag any of these samples from their original folder and they'll drop right in to your favourite software! If you need to alter the tempo, simply stretch the sample to slow things or down or squeeze it to speed things up and it'll automatically adjust without any changes to the sound clarity. This is the perfect pack for any DJ, musician or producer who wants contemporary pop sounds with that classic acoustic vibe!"


Pricing and Availability:
£19.95

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