We proudly present our “Merlin Guitar” featuring relaxing mellow sounds of merlin guitar! It contains 124 professionally played and recorded loops ready to drop into your project!
Merlin guitar is a 4-string diatonic acoustic instrument and takes its inspiration from the classic hillbilly stringed instrument, the Appalachian dulcimer. It has a thick and comfortable one-piece maple neck that’s hollowed out where the fingerboard meets the body and fewer frets than usual. Merlin is designed to be simple to play and to make and almost impossible to press down on the wrong notes provided you are OK playing in one key.
In detail expect to find 641MB of raw content featuring 124 beautifully played “Guitar” loops at 90/110/130bpm and includes a dry version (w/o any additional e.q, compressor or reverb effects) and wet version of each, giving a total of 248 files. All loops are key and tempo labeled for ease of use. All sounds are ready to fit straight in your tracks.
This instrument has been widely used in many different musical genres whether you’re producing House, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Funk, Soul, R&B, Lounge, Electronica or even DnB the only limit is your imagination! If you are looking to add a new/rarely heard instrument to your production this is the perfect companion. It is small in stature but big in fun!
Please Note: This is a “Guitar” pack ONLY, other sounds contained within this Demo are for illustration purposes only.
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