Logic comes stock with great percussion samples, but they are all combined into complete "kits" like the African, Asian, European, Indian and Middle Eastern, Latin, and Orchestral kits.
I found it time consuming and frustrating to try to access the individual instruments in these kits. For example, if I wanted to play a tabla drum, I'd have to load the Indian and Middle Eastern Kit, and play around the whole keyboard to figure out where the tabla drums are. Oftentimes, discrete instruments like this are combined and interspersed with other instruments in between.
I spent a bunch of time to create a separate EXS24 sampler instrument for each of the instruments included in each of the kits. I also key-mapped all the instruments, so each articulation shows up as a title in the piano roll. Now I can just pull up the instrument I want, open the piano roll, and see exactly what articulations are available without having to load a bunch of other random instruments that just clutter up my workflow.
I figured I'd share this because it took a bunch effort, and I hope that it'll streamline your workflow and inspire you to create music with these instruments. You can just drop these files in your [User]/Music/Audio Music Apps/Sampler Instruments folder. (If you haven't already, you can create a folder called "User" in the Sampler Instruments folder, and then drop these sampler instrument files in there instead. That will display nicely in EXS24.) If your stock sample library is installed in the default location at [HD]/Application Support/Logic/Sampler Instruments, then the instruments should just work. Otherwise, you might have to locate the samples when you load each instrument.
I hope you enjoy! Cheers!