Whether you produce pop, reggae or hip hop, there's nothing quite like these live reggae guitar loops to make your beats BOUNCE!
Drop some of these electric reggae guitar loops for Garageband into your latest track and hear it come to life.
As with everything on Macloops, these are all fully formatted apple loops in the .aiff format so you know they'll load straight into Logic or Garageband.
If you want your reggae beats to sound authentic, only real live reggae guitars will do the trick. These super skankin rhythms will really set your tracks apart.
With everything from lead licks to bass lines, these reggae guitar samples offer a wide range of guitar tones and rhythmic grooves. We've even included the drum loops you hear in the preview so that you can easily recreate these reggae beats.
To download these apple loops click on the download links in the table below. If you prefer to download these samples in one large ZIP file just click on the product box to visit the publishers site and order from there.
Featuring 7 beat construction kits 'Reggae Guitar Loops' is the real deal. Take a listen to the preview and then browse the individual loops further down this page.
From 'Ska Guitar Loops V1'
Now strictly speaking, these are not Reggae guitar samples but they do work brilliantly in pretty much any other electronic music genre. These are super bouncy, reggae infused, ska guitar riffs and they can make your beats shine.
Drop some of these Apple Loops into your Garageband project and you'll hear what we mean by 'bouncy'. They just put a big smile on your face and a bounce in your step. Download them and try it out.
To download these apple loops click on the download links in the table below.
Click on the download buttons above to choose the style of Garageband electric guitar loops that you need. All of our Garageband electric guitar samples give our paid members a commercial license.
Each file that we offer is in Apple Loop format which has been specially formatted to work with Garageband and Logic.
Apple loops are specially formatted AIF files which contain meta data. This information ensures that your Apple Loops will contain transient points, key and tempo references and other useful data within the file itself.
You can load all of our free Garageband loops by dragging and dropping the unzipped .AIFF files from your local folder directly into the loop browser within Garageband. To import the files to the iPad version of Garageband you'll need to do that via iTunes.