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Product NameLPC Electric Clean Guitar (Discontinued)
Model NumberPSL0004
JAN (UPC)4562203910020
Data size (after extracting)

12 GB *

* LPC uses the Lossless Sample Compression format 'NCW' with real-time encoding. The data size after the installtion is approx. 12 GB that equals 30 GB of .wav files.

User Manual

 LPC_user_manual_v250.pdf
 LPC_controller_chart_v250.pdf

System Requirements

This product does not comes with Kontakt Player. (Hummingbird, V-METAL, SR5 Rock Bass, SC Electric Guitar comes with Kontakt Player.) LPC requires the full version of Kontakt 5 or later. If you don't own the full version of Kontakt, you need to purchase it separately. (Kontakt Player can not load LPC samples because Kontakt Player is only for Kontakt Player-based libraries which are encoded for Kontakt Player.)

This product uses Kontakt as a playback engine. The system requirements of this product are the same as that of Kontakt. For the latest information about the compatibility, please visit Native Instruments website (Kontakt's spec page).

System Requirements

macOS 10.12, 10.13, 10.14 or 10.15 (latest update), i5
Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 (latest Service Pack), Intel Core i5 or equivalent CPU
12 GB free disc space
Kontakt 5 (Full version)
Hi speed internet connection* (for downloading install files)

* 24 GB free disc space is required when you install the product. (12 GB for the product + additional 12 GB for temporary files for the installation) You can select to delete the temporary files after the installation or keep them for future re-installations.


Stand-alone, VST, AU (Mac), AAX

Additional Information

* The boxed version of this product does not come with install discs. It comes with;

  • - Download code
  • - Serial number

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If you don't have a high speed internet connection or need install DVDs anyway, click here...

About amp simulators

(Amp simulator is not included in the product.)

The samples for the clean version were a 'clean amped' sound recorded through AKG® C414 B-ULS from a Marshall® Power Amp Model 9005. You can adjust the clean guitar sound so it suits the music genre you’re working with by adding your favorite amp simulator.

There are many amp simulators on the market but you can also create your own distorted sounds without them if your DAW has built-in amp simulator effect. (For example, Logic's Amp Designer / GuitarAmp Pro, Cubase's Amp Simulator / VST Amp Rack, etc.) For detail about your DAW's amp simulator, please refer to your DAW manual. There are also some free amp / cabinet simulators on the interenet such as TSE X30 (preamp simulator) LePou lecab (cabinet simulator).

We used Native Instruments GuitarRig, Line 6 POD XT, IK Multimedia Amplitube on the demos. (You can download demo versions of the commercial amp simulator software like the above on the manufacturers' websites.)