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Xellot

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About Xellot

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  • Birthday 04/18/1985

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    Houston, TX
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    ESP Horizon FR 2
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    ESP LTD MH-100QMNT

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  1. Get a Y splitter cable and run your guitar cable into the axe fx and the rocksmith cable into t he game! Turn the guitar volume down on the game, and then you can hear your tone coming from the Axe FX while playing the game, and still having the note recognition etc! Actually fuck that just go message Faceless Clown on Twitch! That dude has a line 6 and It sounds fucking amazing when he plays RS
  2. Ah ok! Hell, by that time I'd be so over it I wouldn't hardly want to hear the song again I bet lol! I don't wanna wear out something that someone else might eventually end up making anyway. But they're are some killer tracks I'd love to create if the process wasn't so long and drawn out. Thanks buddy!
  3. So I'm curious! I was sitting here looking at covers of some of my favorite Sevendust songs ie: Shine, Crucified, Thank you, Kill the flaw etc. I noticed in this cover the dude posted the tabs to this song. If I were to create my own CDLC, and let's say hypothetically I already knew how too (I don't.) About how long would it take an experienced CDLC creator to plug these tabs in, and actually make it into a playable song on the game? An hour? A few hours? A few days? I'm just curious, because I've long thought about creating my own, but haven't put forth the effort to try it out yet.
  4. Do you mean audio quality? If so I understand! The best thing I can tell you to do, is make sure you save some "tones" to switch too! That way whenever a particular solo, or riff comes up that sound like shit in the song you're playing you can switch to a killer tone you want for that part of, or for the entire song! If you need a good solo tone, try looking at the Pink Floyd - Comfortably numb (Pulse) tones in the "create a tone" part of the game. I forget which one it is, but it's my hands down go too! You can always tweak them a bit in the create a tone also to get a little bit edgie
  5. Happy Birthday Xellot!

  6. You will be fine! You're not stealing anyones music, and it's solely for educational purposes! Hence why you're learning guitar! If it was illegal Customsforge wouldn't be here, and we'd all be in jail. Enjoy yourself!!! ;)
  7. No! You need to google your ass off, and see if a Best buy, Walmart, or Gamestop possibly has one! If you can't find one locally, a simple google search Craigslist, Ebay, or Amazon will land you one! You might try searching about playing without a cable, or a cable patch! I know you can play without a cable to the game with an acoustic etc, but you won't get the sound, or feedback you're looking for. I think there's a cable patch where guys are playing with regular guitar cables into a USB Audio interface, or something. Not real sure GOOGLE SON! :)
  8. download Steam, and get a CD key for Rocksmith 2014, it'll cost you 10 bucks! You'll be off and running after that! That's what I did anyway!
  9. Erra - Dementia You'll thank me once you play the solo! ;)
  10. Get a Digitech Drop Pedal!!!! You can literally set your guitar up in whatever tune that you like! Say for instance you like the way E standard feels, whenever a new song comes up that's say in Drop C all you do is tap on your drop pedal and it automatically changes the tune of your guitar to Drop C, without you having to physically tune the guitar!! It's worth it! Youtube it!
  11. +1! I haven't played RS in a little while, but I'm sure I'll be in the same boat later as well, so a quick sum up of how/where to fine/install the patch etc would be appreciated fellas!
  12. That's about how I was thinking it should go. I appreciate the insight bud! I was only hesitant to use the song manager because as I said, it deleted some songs last time I installed it a year or two ago, that were perfectly fine. I read why this happens though. Anyhow, thank ya!
  13. I've never really used CFSM, I've messed around with it, but I've been reading and what I'm gathering is that both, the Toolkit, and CFSM both remove duplicates? Instead of burying my head into thread, after thread, I wanted to ask how I should go about trying to eliminate excess files I have the easiest? I've played RS for years! I've also accumulated alot of the same damn CDLC backing up files after my system got corrupted etc. Anyway, I usually just delete them in file explorer. I've also used the Toolkit before for custom inlays. But I usually keep things pretty simple. If yo
  14. Turn up your microphone sensitivity, or make sure your RS cable is set as your mic! Check your settings in the game, Check your volume knob on your guitar. Recalibrate your guitar, Make sure your RS cable isn't crapping out on you! If it does, go up to Guitar center, or your local guitar shop. Buy a knew Jack, cut off the head of the old one, solder on the new one, bam! I have no idea what your issues are, but I' bet if you trouble shoot what I've mentioned you'll figure it out!
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