I've been trying to do searches for something on this topic, but I was wondering if there was a guitar library that would be easily suited to live use. I am doing a 50-60's review and the synth, while also covering strings and organ at times, will also need to cover the guitar part. The majority of the show would simply be offbeat chords, but towards the end of the show as the style moves towards the 70's the guitar starts having more distortion (Janis Joplin, R-E-S-P-E-C-T, etc.) and some short solos which will need to be played. Just wondering if there was one library that I could manipulate to have all the styles I need and not be too modern sounding, had a nice set of built in effects and amp simulators (as I usually don't do much with guitar and would love to buy just one program) and had simple keyswitching for making solo lines work. (A program that automatically alternated from up and down strokes would be nice too, as I'd like to keep the other hand free to cover other things if possible. (I typically set my sounds up through Kontakt.) Any info or advice is greatly appreciated, but even just listing sample sets would be great since I am very unfamiliar with what is out there for guitars. (From everything I've seen, are either of the Prominy libraries right for this? Or the Fab Four set?) Thanks!