Chicken Pickin': Bluegrass Strings from Sample Factory and Big Fish Audio is a rowdy collection of traditional bluegrass and country playing styles showcasing artists like Earl Scruggs, Steve Martin, Tony Rice, Bill Emerson, Béla Fleck, Chris Thile, Josh Graves, Nickel Creek, Spring Creek Bluegrass Band, and many more! All original lightning-fingered content in 10 hollerin' construction kits, you'll need a third strap on your suspenders to keep up with these guitars, banjos, and mandolins.
This library is expertly crafted for composers, producers, or any other righteous corn-fed musicians looking to add the authenticity of traditional bluegrass strings to their productions. If you need to get folks' boots stompin', look no further! Chicken Picken' will bring that true blue to your next demo or TV commercial.
Chicken Pickin': Bluegrass Strings contains instruments such as the banjo, mandolin, dobro, alongside acoustic plucked, lead, rhythm, and bass. None of that fancy new-fangled stuff, just 100% real instruments played by one of the finest bluegrass pickers on the circuit!
This library comes with every track broken out into song sections (intro, verse, pre-chorus, bridge/breakdown, solo, and outro), allowing you to mix, re-arrange, and tweak endlessly. Stick with the song form we've laid out or mix and match the sections to fit your next barn burner.
Bring the hootenanny home with Chicken Pickin': Bluegrass Strings.
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