'Hit Guitars' is an unmissable collection of guitar loops and one-shots inspired by the chart-topping tracks of Nico & Vinz, Swedish House Mafia, Avicii, Mr Probz, Daft Punk, and Nile Rodgers. Combining electric and acoustic samples at 120 and 128 BPM, this hugely versatile pack is filled with funky licks, dynamic strumming patterns, intricate fill-ins, moody riffs, and ambient harmonics. Played by a seasoned session guitarist on top-of-the-range gear, this is your ticket to a truly professional guitar sound.
The team behind Martin Sampleware have vocalist, songwriting and guitar credits for huge labels like Sony, EMI, Armada, Black Hole, and many, many more. With one eye on the charts and the other on the dancefloor, you can be sure that each Martin Sampleware sound is professionally played and processed to ensure maximum usability.
Fans of commercial hits by Avicii & Armin van Buuren will find a selection of Big Room chords played on Martin, Guild & Yamaha acoustics and captured through a selection of top-end Shure, Blue & AKG mics.
Those looking for the Funk-drenched Nile Rodgers sound will go crazy for the electric loops and FX played on a Fender USA Stratocaster Deluxe and a Gibson Les Paul '59 Re-issue electric guitar, through a Marshall JCM 2000 TSL three channel amp.
The loops recorded at 120 BPM are perfect for Deep House, IDM, Disco, Funk, Ambient, and Pop tracks, with those at 128 BPM more suited to House, Progressive, Electro, Trance and Big Room tracks.
Dry samples are available for those who like the gritty sound of raw guitar loops and to add their own FX. Effected versions are provided for those who want to drag and drop the samples with the minimum of processing.
Key and tempo information is displayed in each sample's filename and every sound is offered at industry-standard 24-Bit quality. These loops are also Royalty-Free, meaning you can use them in any project (apart from the creation of another sample pack).
Royalty-Free: All of the content in this download is 100% royalty-free. Once purchased, you can use these sounds in your own commercial music releases with no restrictions.