in addition to the SI guitars, I still like the Steve Stevens power stuff (especially the dive bombs) and QLGuitar+Bass (mostly through amplitube). I even had some good results with the Slayer VSTi. Nothing beats the real thing though - what about posting in a guitar-related forum?
So many here have saved me a lot of $$ over the last year (buying the wrong library). One more request - I have a project (low budget, so I can\'t hire a live body) that will be mostly pop/rock. The producer wants \'tons\' of guitar - one problem, I stink at guitar.
Can anyone recommend a library that will handle (realistically) strat chords and tones, chunk distorted driving chords, lead, etc.
I have heard Sonic Implants (great pricing)and Vintaudio (pricey but nice sound). Does anyone have experience with both or one of these? Have a missed a library? Many thanks in advance.
I just listened to the demos for SI Guitars. WOW! I don\'t know if I\'m easily pleased or something but the les paul is incredible!! I have never heard a distorted, strumed rock guitar sound anything but cheesy, it sounds chunky and totally real! Fantastic!
Thanks all for the input. Munsie and Tob, when do you anticipate a release. Perhaps a immediate solution would be to pick up the SI strats / Les Paul stuff and pick up the heavier items (through Tob or Munsie later on.)
Thanks for the suggestion. Before I noticed your post I ordered the SI strat and cremey fuzz library (patience is not always virtuous - oh well.) From what I hear on the demos, it would fit this project perfectly (especially the strumming technique). I should have this Library in a few days and would happy to give my humble review of it if anyone is interested. At $79, it seems to be a good value.