Chord-Based Acoustic Guitar Loops

Samplerbanks releases Pro Acoustic Guitar Vol. 1 by Session Band      02/04/14
Chord-Based Acoustic Guitar Loops


Samplerbanks tells us that Pro Acoustic Guitar – Volume 1 is a wholly unique and indispensable collection of over 6,500 precision-cut, chord-based acoustic guitar loops recorded exclusively by one of Europe's leading session guitarists.  They say that it is the only complete collection of chord-based acoustic guitar loops in the world.

A spokesperson told us, "Every loop is chord-based and has been individually recorded, so for songwriters and producers, this copyright-free collection of acoustic guitar strumming and picking loops is an absolute must. All 19 styles contain the same combination of 2-bar, 1-beat and sustained 1-bar end-chord loops. A comprehensive look-up table included for easy key/chord/tempo/style identification of loops."

Every loop is individually recorded by French session guitarist Christian Marsac (Terence Trent D'Arby, Spice Girls, Alison Moyet, Another Level, Diesel, Yazz, and more).

CONTENT DETAILS:

• 19 Construction Kits
• 6,840 WAV loops in total, 4.6 GB
• 19 popular strumming and picking patterns
• Tempos from 59 BPM to 166 BPM
• 10 most popular chord variations for every root note in every style
• 2,280 2-bar loops
• 2,280 1-beat loops
• 2,280 1-bar end loops
• Every loop is chord-based
• All sounds are 100% royalty-free for your production

Pricing and Availability:
$50 / €36 / £ 29.99

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