I love the quality and variation of PolkaSounds Kit.
You could use 2 instances, slightly define one and stick a BandPass Filter on the other and get a little Creole tone going.
For more authentic Guitar solos I use PBend across 2 instances.
1 instance gets a value of 1 for PBend, the other a value of 2 for PBend.
When the wheel is engaged the detuning is greatly exaggerated so just wiggling it slightly gives you that authentic sound.
I do this with dual instances of Chris Hein’s Harmonica and it’s tons of fun.
Cajun Fiddle is fun like this too.
Jerry, I don't know that I've come across an authentic sampled Cajun box yet. Until one is sampled, Chimuelo's workaround should get you in the ballpark. I don't sell any Cajun-tuned boxes, but the Old German Concertina combined with a piano accordion or bayan, and processed accordingly, might work.
Thanks for the suggestions. I have quite a few Polkasound instruments and they're all great quality and just right for their sound, but don't quite fit the cajun box sound. I'll try those combinations, it's quite fun experimenting, with eq and chorus effects too, duplicating rows, etc.
The Marc Savoy box is really interesting to me - a really beautiful honking sound. The melodeon player in our ceilidh band had one some years ago (I live in Warwickshire UK, not Cajun country!), and it is a unique sound.
I'll try those suggestions, much appreciated.