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  1. Fun song by a pretty unknown band, check them out ^^ Played with no-scoring on in RS
  2. What is the best official acoustic tones to use with customs?
  3. Alright, Here is where I will Post my Works in Progress, Completed and Potential Future Projects. <-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------> Released CDLC: Steve Earle - Copperhead Road Lynyrd Skynyrd - Travelin' Man Everclear - Wonderful The Neighbourhood - Sweater Weather( Made Official by Ubisoft ) Stone Sour - Wicked Game The Goo Goo Dolls - Name Tom Petty - You Don't know How It Feels Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Jammin' Me Sugar Ray - Every Morning Sugar Ray - Someda
  4. Greetings folks. Recently I've decided to play around with EOF and CDLCs for Rocksmith 2014. And after a lot of trial and error and blood and sweat and tears, I've finally managed to finish it up: Carol Ann, by Coheed and Cambria. The main problem is that I myself can't test to see if it works, because the guitar I used for Rocksmith has really been acting up lately. Before I submitted it, I wanted to see if anyone here would be interested in playing it and supplying feedback to any mistakes I might've made, since the entire thing was charted by hand. I'm extremely interested in feed
  5. I will try to keep a list here of charters that have made customs for Taylor Swift. Please post if you see any errors or I missed one. If your working on one, it would be nice to have a heads up to avoid a dupe. Studio Albums: Taylor Swift (2006) Tim McGraw - @Gnobiwan Picture to Burn - @Gnobiwan Teardrops on My Guitar - @Gnobiwan A Place in This World - @Gnobiwan Cold as You - @Gnobiwan The Outside - @Gnobiwan Tied Together with a Smile Stay Beautiful Should've Said No Mary's Song (Oh My My My) Our Song - @Gnobiwan I'm Only Me When I'm with You Invisible A Perfectly Good HeartFearless (2
  6. I just got my acoustic guitar connected to Rocksmith, and I did it pretty cheaply, so I thought I'd share what I did. You need two pieces of equipment: An Acoustic Pickup A PreAmpThere are a wide variety of acoustic pickups available, and you can spend quite a bit of money if you want to. Many are hard installed into your guitar, and require cutting a hole in the cabinet. The instructions on most of these suggest that you take it to a local guitar shop to have them do it for you. I wasn't interested in this... I also wanted to keep this on the cheap, and have something that was removable
  7. Hello dear custom-playing, riff-repeating, score-attacking people of CF! Well I'm looking to buy my first Acoustic this summer (been playing electric for 2 years now), and I did some research on a fine guitar that won't break the bank & found this. I play mostly bluesy, hard rock stuff on my LP but I'm getting this one mostly for folk stuff + songwriting. It'd be awesome if someone could give me an advice on if it fits the genre I'm going for or if there's a better guitar I can get within this price range. Here's the official instrument link: http://www.cortguitars.com/en/product/mr710f-1
  8. I just got my first Electro Acoustic guitar today, I got it mainly so I could record with it. Does anyone have any suggestions? I did plug it into my Marshall Amp. and it sadly removed the acoustic sound. and made it sound like a full on electric, I was kinda disappointed. But i'd like to record it, likely straight to the PC. so any advice on programs, setup, settings, etc, would be great. thanks, -Dev
  9. I have enjoyed Rocksmith very much for a while, so much so that I bought a bass guitar last year to play the bass tracks (well worth the $200). Up until yesterday, I used my electric guitar for both the lead and rhythm tracks. I had thought about using my acoustic-electric (acoustic guitar with 1/4" jack output) to play the rhythm tracks but the posts from people here who tried Rocksmith with acoustics seemed to be only moderately successful and not worth the effort. Yesterday I plugged in my acoustic-electric (Taylor, with Expression System electronics) and gave Rocksmith a whirl. I did
  10. I was just curious if anyone wanted to start a kind of Charting Group. where we make Custom Acoustic versions of popular songs. that would be fun for people to learn to sing and play on their own. I've been working on a pretty fun acoustic version of 'Watching over me' by iced earth. it has some great picking parts. I'm nearly finished working it out on the guitar. the next step would be to try to find a way to record the acoustic version. then tab it up. then learn how to make a CDLC out of it. But that's my plan, So I was thinking it'd be fun to start a group of people doing the same t
  11. Everybody knows when it comes to guitar play, you must be able to play an acoustic. It's harder to play than an electric. So I found a cheap way to connect to Rocksmith, which works amazingly well with these two items for less than 20€, Acoustic pickup female to female connector there seems even an offer to have a 2nd Rocksmith cable, the 3 items for about 30€
  12. I decided i wanted to do a acoustic guitar cover for the the Mozart song in Bachsmith. I don't have an electric acoustic guitar so I cant plug it in with the cable so I thought I could use the program OBS to record the guitar with my microphone and the in game audio at the same time. I tried to preview the stream but it said a program was in audio exclusive mode so I went to the settings and it was off (http://prntscr.com/4h2shd ). I restarted both programs to see if it needed to and the error came up again. I went to the OBS settings and made sure my mic was selected ( http://prntscr.com/4h2r
  13. Hello everybody! These are all the custom songs I have made, plan on making, and that I am currently working on. **DONE AND POSTED** People Are Strange - The Doors: http://customsforge.com/topic/963-people-are-strange/?do=findComment&comment=4108 Silly Love Songs - Paul McCartney & Wings : http://customsforge.com/topic/2389-paul-mccartney-wings-silly-love-songs/ Back In The U.S.S.R - The Beatles: http://customsforge.com/topic/2429-back-in-the-ussr/ Get Back - The Beatles: http://customsforge.com/topic/4489-get-back/ **DONE (NOT YET POSTED)** Power Cut - Paul McCartney & Wings
  14. Songs for electric guitar are great but i think sometimes i like to play a song for acoustic guitar. I think its a good for practice rhythm and in the same time to learn a chords. This is a list with a great chord songs, maybe someone with skills in CDCLC can make some songs . The Great Acoustic Guitar Chord Songbook http://www.musicroom.com/se/id_no/051763/details.html The Best Acoustic Guitar Chord Songbook The Big Acoustic Guitar Chord Songbook (Platinum Edition) The New Big Acoustic Guitar Songbook All this books songs and a list with songs for each are here http://www.music
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