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Nick K.

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Nick K. last won the day on January 22 2018

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  • Birthday 08/27/1998

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    Greece, Volos
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    Rock n' Roll, Metal, nice comedies, video games! Ya know...I'd like to do other stuff too but my city is quite inactive and doesn't really allow me to pursue creative things, but I'd love to someday move out of here and join some alt metal or rock band, when I'm actually good and not trash at guitar, but that's just a dream... which hopefully becomes a reality. :-p Check out my CDLC, I promise they aren't terrible :-))
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    Ibanez 250DX and a cheap Strat knock-off

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  1. Happy Birthday Nick K.!

  2. Happy Birthday Nick K.!

  3. Sounds like a scam to be honest. It tries to instill a sense of urgency (Please, don't wait to respond, every minute is important! There is possibility that virus already hurt your disks or destroyed and stole its data.) which is a very common tactic among these scammer assholes. Trust me, you'd never get a multi-billion corporation that gives that much of a shit about their customer, haha
  4. Happy Birthday Nick K.!

  5. I've encountered it before too, it's kinda random. What you should do is keep the lead and distortion tones' volumes separate. If for example Lead is -29dB, you dont have to have the Distortion at -29dB too. Experiment a bit, it's kind of a hit-or-miss deal, I can never get it right the first time. If your Lead is too loud, lower it by about 2db or something similar and raise the Distortion one by about 2db as well. Another thing to keep in mind is your song file's has it's own volume too in the RST, maybe your tones have the right volume but the .ogg is too loud, mess around with that too! Hope this helps!
  6. I don't know if it's possible, but I can give you my advice to make this a tad bit easier. Depending on how long the song is (CCR songs are usually about 3-5 minutes) it may take longer. If you're making the tab yourself, create 1 verse, 1 chorus etc, etc... Then if the song is as repetitive as you say, all you need to do is copy and paste the sections until the song is done. Can't think of a more efficient way.
  7. I do not think EOF has such an advanced copy/paste mechanic. The only copy paste you can do is by selecting all the notes you want and while they are highlighted, press CTRL + C to copy them and position the green needle where you want and then press CTRL + V to paste the notes in. Hope this helps!
  8. Looks great! Too risky for my tastes though, rather not fuck around with DIY painting, too nervous haha :D
  9. Charting for Rocksmith is quite different than charting for Guitar Hero styled games, since for rocksmith we work with the actual instrument arrangements and tabs which you then play with a real guitar/bass, not to mention tones, adding techniques and all that more advanced stuff. If indeed your new game is like Guitar Hero, I believe youll have more luck over at the Guitar Hero custom charters forums :)
  10. First try since half a year ago when I played that song again
  11. Very fun to play but the acoustic part took me by surprise and kicked my ass :p
  12. Hey everyone, I'm back! Missed a few weeks, but I'm coming back full-force (hopefully, haha) One of my favourite JP songs, great chart too!
  13. @@MaZtoR It's supposed to show the first bend and then the rest are supposed to be prebends that stay in place while you strum it, but the charter couldn't be bothered to change it so it becomes accurate...... :\
  14. @ Ahh, I get it now. You are right :P Actually what happened was, I noticed a difference in sound but since they were the technically the right notes, I didn't bother and didnt know how to transpose them from the D string (which is wound) 5 frets lower to the G (unwound) because of inexperience with the CDLC making software. I shouldnt have recommended this for the CS since this was my first release, so It's very rough on the edges. :P I can definately issue an update If you'd like, but I was thinking that if I'm going to work on this again I'd better remake the whole damn thing from the start, lol
  15. @ Hmmm... I don't remember exactly what the 11th section has, though I think it's the main solo or the outro licks, but I'll check it out just to be sure, thanks!
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