Guitar VST Instrument

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dman2014
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Guitar VST Instrument

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Hi,

Can anyone recommend a good Electric Guitar VST Instrument ?

I mean an actual virtual instrument with various guitar articulations etc, not amp modelling etc

Thanks
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Re: Guitar VST Instrument

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AmpleSounds stuff is pretty good, of their electric guitars I think the Les Paul one sounds best (GII) they include all the sounds you need pick scrapes, fret noise etc. If you just want to get a feel for using the software there a couple of freeware instruments which are acoustic guitars.

http://www.amplesound.net/en/pro-pd.asp?id=1
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