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PC Plum

PC Plum

Member Since 17 Feb 2014
OFFLINE Last Active Apr 12 2019 01:23 PM

In Topic: Complex Bends

13 August 2018 - 12:04 PM

I found some nice examples







But, alas, I could not find any examples of a prebend followed by a bend up.


Whats strange is that in the second example there a prebend (two half steps), then a slight dip (to one half step), then back up again.  So clearly the game can go from a bent state to a higher bent state, but just not in certain circumstances I presume.


I may test in the near future.  Or I may read Berneer's guide again, he was pretty thorough and may well have examined this while compliing his guide/tutorial.


For now I'll need to leave it.  Pretty annoying as it's quite a nice part of the guitar solo :(

In Topic: Complex Bends

13 August 2018 - 12:55 AM

It may well be since Remastered.  I made a GP tab from the resulting custom and all the note information (the full complaex bend) is all correct - so it must be something in the game.


I'm 100% convinced that would have been allowed in the past.  I'll find some time and play some old customs to see if they behave differently now.