Sound Magic Electric Guitar LP, Gibson Les Paul Guitar with VStomp Effect System

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Sound Magic Electric Guitar LP, Gibson Les Paul Guitar with VStomp Effect System

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Electric Guitar LP features a 1963 Gibson Les Paul, one of the most famous electric guitar models, which appears in many ‘60s Rock and Roll legendary albums. It is one of the guitarist’s prominent instruments.

Deeply sampled over 17GB uncompressed contents, over 6,200 samples, with multi velocity layers and round robin samples, Electric Guitar LP aims at extreme realistic guitar and icon Les Paul sound. Electric Guitar LP covers rhythm and lead guitar playing — which includes Sound Magic’s powerful and easy to use, chord strumming functionality. The strumming system automates divide chords into special groups and users can use keyswitch them or articulation to quickly select them on the fly. What’s more, we also sampled as much as techniques available on this guitar, including Mute, Staccato, Sustain, Vibrato, Slides, Bend, Falls, Scrapes,Screams, Hammer On, Pull Off and noises.

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Re: Sound Magic Electric Guitar LP, Gibson Les Paul Guitar with VStomp Effect System

Post by Wonks »

Your descriptions of the guitar used are very misleading.

You are describing the classic single cutaway Les Paul guitar with references to Paul Butterfield, Eric Clapton in the Bluesbreakers and Gerry Garcia.

Yet Gibson stopped making this guitar in 1960 and from 1961 to 1963, the ‘Les Paul’ name was attached to a thin-bodied double-cutaway guitar that sometime in 1963 became renamed the SG (after Gibson’s marketing deal with Les Paul ended).

So if the guitar in the samples is a 1963 Les Paul, then it is a very different sounding guitar to the classic 50s Les Paul, (which itself had two distinct sounds depending on whether pre-1957 and fitted with P90s and 1957-1960 and fitted with PAF humbuckers).

The 1961 and onwards LPs/SGs came with either humbuckers or P90s depending on the price, so anyone interested would want to know which pickups were fitted.

Eric Clapton’s ‘Fool’ guitar when he was in Cream was a ‘Les Paul’ SG, and that’s probably the most famous example of the 61-63 Les Paul.

So I suggest you find out exactly which guitar was actually used in your samples and describe it and its heritage correctly e.g. P90s or humbuckers, and Standard, Custom, Special or Junior model.
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