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Doug Wamble - Resonator Guitar Vol 1

Doug Wamble - Resonator Guitar Vol 1

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Wondering what a 1929 National Triolian resonator guitar sounds like? Look no further. Introducing Doug Wamble Resonator Guitar Vol 1, a library steeped in blues and soul, with plenty of slide guitar and fingerpicking mixed in for good measure.

This release features a whopping 11 different sessions, all at different tempos and keys, giving you plenty of variations to fit almost any production. From funky rhythm guitar to slow delta blues, this pack gives you a multitude of options featuring a truly unique instrument.

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Product Specs:
Number of Loops: 315
Number of Samples: 11
File Size: 847 MB

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About Doug Wamble:
“A one-man compendium of Avant Americana.” – The New Yorker

As a child of Memphis, TN, Doug Wamble has always been surrounded by a vast musical and cultural landscape. From listening to his mother play piano in their Baptist church to his grandfather singing cowboy songs, murder ballads and old-time gospel favorites while strumming his guitar, Doug has been immersed in music for his entire life.

After completing a Bachelors in Jazz Guitar from the University of North Florida and a Masters of Music from Northwestern, Doug decided to head to New York to seek a career as a guitarist and composer. Appearing on bandstands and recordings with such artists as Wynton Marsalis, Norah Jones, Steven Bernstein, Courtney Love, Madeleine Peyroux, and Cassandra Wilson, Doug was making a name for himself in the jazz world when he was signed to Branford Marsalis’ label, Marsalis Music/Rounder Records. Doug released two critically acclaimed records Country Libations and Bluestate, and two singer/songwriter albums on E1 records, Doug Wamble and Fast as Years, Slow As Days, the latter being on his own imprint, Halcyonic Records.

Building on his history with Wynton Marsalis, which led to guitar contributions to several Ken Burns documentaries for PBS such as Prohibition, The War, and Unforgivable Blackness, Doug began working as a composer for Burns’ Florentine Films, collaborating with Ken, his daughter Sarah, and David McMahon for the tragic film The Central Park Five. Wamble contributed original score pieces for Burns’ Vietnam, Jackie Robinson, The Dust Bowl, The Roosevelts, and Eastlake Meadows.

Doug has been the album producer and touring musical director/guitarist for his wife, Morgan James, since 2012. Since 2016, Doug has been on faculty as an ensemble director and guitar instructor at The Juilliard School.

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How will I receive my order?

Immediately following checkout, you will receive an email containing your download link(s) & you will always have access to your files.

What do you mean by "works in all DAWs"?

For each release that you download, we provide everything into organized folders (by bpm and tempo) that allow you to quickly find the loops and samples that you're looking for. From there, simply just drag and drop the file into Logic, Ableton, Pro Tools, FL Studio and any other DAW that you might be using.

Yurt Rock products are 100% Royalty-Free. What exactly does this mean?

This means that you can use any of the loops purchased from Yurt Rock in your own songs and you are free to sell the recording commercially without owing us any money. It’s that simple.