Sound Dust Sponge Bass KONTAKT
KONTAKT - 552 MB
Back in the day, the original Fender Precision bass came with a plate over the bridge with a dampener built in. Leo Fender patented the bridge mute in 1966 with the idea of mimicking the deadened thud of a double bass. But those crazy rock n roll kids weren’t so keen and tended to remove the cover for more sustain.
But the lovely, woofy, woolly thud of dampened bass strings was embraced by many of the Motown players, Paul McCartney in the early days and most famously Carol Kaye, the bass player on all the great Beach Boys recordings.
Sound Dust Sponge Bass re-creates that classically rounded thud with 1,296 great recordings of lovingly played individual notes.