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jellisjenius last won the day on October 3

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  1. Truly staggering for the patience and diligence required to build a freaking guitar with no prior woodworking experience. Scrolling through your posts I felt your pain but was also very impressed. Well done!
  2. Such a fun movie, I highly recommend it too! It really captures what a positive and life-changing force music can be.
  3. I believe the rules are that you can take the win if you agree to level up to intermediate? Sorry I meant to include that in the OP. I can adjust if you decide to move up.
  4. A couple notes here: - "Save Your Tears" is technically a lead path in RS but is more of a rhythm part so for Championship purposes the lead path is considered rhythm - "Deliverance" is not quite "God of" worthy in difficulty, at least on bass, but it's long (over 13 mins) and challenging enough that I decided to put it in as GoG/GoR/GoB for two weeks. Opeth and @ albatross213 are always a worthy combination to include in the Championship IMO.
  5. Welcome to the CF Rocksmith 2014 Championship! -= Week 424 =- FAQ: => How and Why join the Championships? => Rocksmith 2014 Championships rules Last week's winners: Lead: Beginner: @ kayteck Intermediate: @ Daz40 Advanced: @ Mikson Masterclass: @ Jakobgreve God of Guitar: @ Jakobgreve Rhythm: Beginner: @ Mattscall Intermediate: @ Daz40 Advanced: @ Mikson Masterclass: n/a Bass: Beginner: @ HamSalad Intermediate: @ Daz40 Advanced: @ Mikson Masterclass: @ coldrampage God of Bass: @ nlbsmglsk Congrats to all winners. Well done! Rocksmith Championship Leaderboard This week's songs are: Lead Path: Beginner: Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run (3) chosen by @ Mikson Intermediate: Paramore - Decode (5) chosen by @ Anitomer Advanced: Biffy Clyro - A Hunger in Your Haunt (7) (D Std) chosen by @ Shiroo Masterclass: Stevie Ray Vaughan - Lenny (8) (Eb Std) my choice God of Guitar: Opeth - Deliverance chosen by @ nlbsmglsk week 1 of 2 . Rhythm Path: Beginner: The Weeknd - Save Your Tears (4) (Lead path) my choice Intermediate: Paramore - Decode (5) Advanced: Biffy Clyro - A Hunger in Your Haunt (7) (D Std) Masterclass: n/a God of Rhythm: Opeth - Deliverance week 1 of 2 . Bass Path: Beginner: The Weeknd - Save Your Tears (2.5) Intermediate: Biffy Clyro - A Hunger in Your Haunt (5.5) (D Std) Intermediate bonus: Stevie Ray Vaughan - Lenny (4.5) (Eb Std) Advanced: Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run (6.5) Masterclass: Toad the Wet Sprocket - Butterflies (7.5) my choice God of Bass: Opeth - Deliverance week 1 of 2 . You can submit your song suggestions for the championship here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1HzgY90kLwyGqzJ-R64v8lmpeQMMhhxwGwUlenepIgms/edit#gid=6 . Share with us your opinion on this weeks songs difficulty scores (1-10). . Classless, Fearless FreeBird Members in their endless battle with the fb police: 2groggy Let us know your opinions on the accuracy of the difficulty scores (1-10) for this weeks songs.
  6. Hi All - I'll be posting the new week this evening US time (midnight or later GMT) so you have some extra time to get your scores in.
  7. Fun little song from a unique band...I think it's technically higher than a 3 difficulty for the fast strumming bits at the end especially if you are finger picking it: I'm a Prince admirer and I like this song but the bass chart is mostly rather boring to play: And this is a prog classic:
  8. Opening runs at the epic Advanced and Masterclass offerings this week. First, intermediate...unfortunately this otherwise solid bass chart is somewhat ruined by going off sync the second half of the song. It's possible to play it correctly but it's off sync enough that it doesn't sound or feel right: Sweet Leaf is relatively straightforward but Geezer makes up for it during the solo section: And one of the all-time great prog epics from Maiden...tricky for me as I prefer to play chords with a pick but arpeggios/fast alternating strings with fingers. I stuck with a pick and it worked reasonably well: I'm hoping to carve out time for Dopesmoker this week but we'll see. I'm fairly certain I can get my Sweet Leaf score up with practice.
  9. Good choices! A comment though: I have always found the @ Nacholede versions of Iron Maiden songs including Seventh Son of a Seventh Son to be superior to the other bass charts (I'm a bassist only so can't speak to the lead/rhythm parts). In this case, his version was created in July 2021 and the previous one was from 2014/15 so I think we should use the more recent and IMO better one. Link
  10. Finally got to Helloween...fun band and a fun song but the fast tempo + frequent movement across strings and frets was a bit much for me at 10:30 pm last night
  11. First runs on beginner and intermediate tracks: This was really nice to play, easy enough to be relaxing but challenging enough to keep my interest:
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