Digital Redux A Class Series: Guitar Legend
Digital Redux presents Guitar Legend, a new collection of samples in the brand's A Class Series.
According to Digital Redux, this library has been created for the professional producer needing a powerful guitar library at their fingertips.
Guitar Legend is described as an expressive and extensive selection of guitar chords and killer riffs recorded through a multitude of amps, microphones and converters. Guitar Legend includes authentic sounding acoustic or electric guitar sounds with such themes as lead & rhythm guitars, arpeggio riffs, experimental riffs, fret noise, etc. The guitars have been recorded with various distortion levels, sustained notes, tones, and varied harmonics emphasized. It includes all major, minor, add9, 5ths, 7ths and power chords alongside some killer riffs covering all genres. All riffs have been REX’d and are ready to drop into your recording.
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