Friday's Freeware: a Martin D-41 for free...
...but this one is virtual and offered by Ample Sound. In fact, it's the light version of Ample Guitar M, the virtual guitar for Mac and Windows.
Ample Guitar M Lite is a 670MB reduced version of the Ample Guitar M virtual acoustic guitar (5.59GB). It features 668 samples in 16-bit / 44.1kHz and you can only play on the first four frets with fingerstyle (no strumming here). 5 playing techniques are included (sustain, hammer on, pull-off, palm mute and popping) and you can apply a reverb and a stereo delay.
Ample Guitar M Lite is available in VST, RTAS and AU formats on Mac OS X and Windows 32 and 64-bits. You can download and compare it to the full version on www.amplesound.net.
Have a great weekend!
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