Organic Loops present Heavy Rock Guitars – a supercharged collection of big Rock Riffs, Supreme Shreds and Anthemic Power Chords! These samples come 100% Royalty Free and ready to be used in your future Rock Classics.
For fans of NIN, Rage against the Machine, Audioslave, Foo Fighters, Sound Garden, Deftones, Queens of the Stone Age, Korn and anything LOUD and HEAVY!
Heavy Rock Guitars features a wealth of hardcore electrified guitar loops designed to fit together to build your own ear shredding riffs and chunky low strung chugs in a range of ear complimentary musical keys and are recorded at tempos of 90, 100, 115 and 124 BPM, ideally suited to Rock and Metal but can be used in modern electronic music including Hip Hop, House, Breaks, Drum & Bass, Dubstep and many other Genres – there are no rules!
The collection features over 300 Distorted Guitar loops ranging from Classic Rock to Metal to Industrial Electro. The sounds come from a range of Ibanez Gem Guitars run through Marshall Stacks and fed into Class A Preamps and top audio converters all edited on precisely in Protools.
In detail expect to find … of 24-Bit quality content 841 MB, 335 Guitar Loops, 102 Guitar Leads, 12 Chord Ends, 1 Feedback SFX. 437 Rex2 Files
Heavy Rock Guitars brings the noise like no other pack so tie back your hair; turn up to eleven and foot slap the distortion pedal then get ready to sample Heavy Rock Guitars from Organic Loops TODAY!
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