This is a tough question. I have several bass libraries, except for Scarbee\'s stuff.
It sounds like money is an issue. If you are looking for a good package with alot of variety then Dan Deans\'s Giga Bass Collection is the one to get. Next up I\'d recommend Yellow Tools E-Bass series #1. For $135.00 you get Fendor Jazz (mute,picked,slap) Fendor Precision (fingered,picked,mute). If money was no object I\'d say purchase Scarbee\'s libraries, J-Slap and J-Fingered. The reason I havn\'t purchased Scarbee\'s stuff is I am waiting for the Fingered and Picked versions to be available.
Thanks Munsie, isn\'t money always an issue? ;o)
I\'m a keyboard player, so buying several piano libraries is not a problem. Most of the basses in my sound modules are decent enough for sitting in a mix, but for solos & intro\'s, they just don\'t cut it. I like Scarbee\'s stuff, but I don\'t want to have to buy 3 or 4 libraries to get all the different techniques. Maybe if he doesn a \"greatest hits\"?
Hi Scarbee, I had a feeling you\'d get in on this. ;o) I haven\'t ruled out your discs by any means. I just don\'t have an unlimited budget for Giga bass libraries either. I do have a lot of respect for the way you keep in touch with your users on this forum as well. Shows a lot of integrity.