Okay, so I've multisampled.. a .. whatever this is. Partially.
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at 0:00 it's multisampled for pitch, but not velocity, and is tuned.
More true the the tone of the actual instrument.
At 0:54 It's not multisampled at all, but has two tones that happen randomly, and is tuned.
Probably more musically useful, and without limited note ranges.
If NG is interested, I'll re-record the instrument in a quieter space, and upload the library for anyone who wants it.
I think a "deluxe" version would easily be multisampled for pitch, velocity, and randomization. Note that it has a very limited musical range.
The purpose of practicing this, is that I plan on creating a multisampled pre-amp guitar. That is, a dry guitar with no effects, with multiple articulations (Pick, Finger, Hammer-on, and Accent (Vibrato)) that is multisampled every way possible. The purpose of recording a dry guitar is that you can put it through whatever virtual (Or real!) guitar amp you desire. Of course It will be free, and it will come as either a Fruity Loops Directwave Library, or an Ableton Live Instrument Rack.
Note that the Live Instrument Rack will be more fully-featured, because it's not limited to what Ableton's multi-sampler can do.
Other things I might multisample and hand out:
Ethereal Instruments (Wine glass tones, etc.)
And.. Yeah that's it.