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Subject: funk guitar plug-ins?


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Original Message 1/6             12-Sep-03  @  08:54 AM   -   funk guitar plug-ins?

ducale

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Anyone know of any audio instruments that can make a decent funk guitar patch?



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Message 2/6             12-Sep-03  @  09:36 AM   -   RE: funk guitar plug-ins?

milan

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dont laugh now, but... how about a sampler?



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Message 3/6             12-Sep-03  @  11:49 AM   -   RE: funk guitar plug-ins?

ducale

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not enough control for me. Don't laugh.



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Message 4/6             12-Sep-03  @  06:39 PM   -   RE: funk guitar plug-ins?

Tom

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How bout learning how to play yourself?

or finding someone that plays guitar and sample them?

Tom



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Message 5/6             15-Jan-09  @  07:05 AM   -   RE: funk guitar plug-ins?

jeanpaulguitar

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ducale wrote:

Anyone know of any audio instruments that can make a decent funk guitar patch?


I don't have any Audio instrument but I have a video instrument that can make decent guitar patch.

Jeanguiatr



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Message 6/6             16-Jan-09  @  04:36 PM   -   RE: funk guitar plug-ins?

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A video instrument? Wut??

Just for legacy's sake and to answer the post, Slayer's a pretty good start for a synth guitar. But tbh, A PodXt and a few basic guitar lessons would get you a more realistic sound. I dunno, I'm biased cos I play guitar.



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