The story

luapselREVGUITAR is a couple sampling of an American Classic. Electric Guitar meticulously multi-sampled in Round Robin and reversed in the most transparent way possible to offer your projects an easy-to-use calming vibe.

Delay, Reverb, and Chorus effects are added by default, but not necessary for a variety of sounds. Complete with highness, lowpass Filters, and full ADSR.

Enjoy and let us know what you think!

luapselREVGUITAR - Free VST Plug-in available for Decent Sam


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  • A nice long reversed guitar!

    This is a very straightforward instrument patch that offers a long "evolving" type of sound, that of an electric guitar. The samples last from 12 to 15 seconds without including any delay or reverb effects, and there is no way to control that, which means that it takes quite a big amount of time in order to reach that reversed transient.

    The samples are clean though, and along with the provided effects, the result is a nice ambient instrument that can add that spice to your compositions.

    Alex Raptakis07 September 2022
  • A worthwhile wait

    The sounds are nice. I think you can do several interesting things with the contents of this pack. The only problem is that I have to wait too long to hear the sound after touching a key.

    The interface is very tidy, I like that. The circular and vertical controls are very well positioned, as are their respective names. I love that you added circular shapes in the background, they fit well with the controls. However, I think white would have looked better than blue.

    Other than that, I consider the pack to have great potential.

    GuilleDSamplist 25 September 2022
  • Nice with a but

    Wow do these sounds take forever to develop! I mean, I get the idea, but WOW they're long.

    If there was a way to shorten or lengthen them (no idea if Decent Sampler can adjust the sample start time on the fly with a control) or even have different length patches available that might be nicer to use.

    Round-robin performances also seem a little unnecessary on something like this where it takes so long to develop that most of the nuanced differences of the round robins are lost, especially as at least one of the round robins starts off much further through the 'tail' section and so just starts off jarringly 'loud' compared to the others.

    QorbeQSamplist 27 September 2022