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  1. ok, canned heat /on the road again has to be one of the best easiest songs ever its just dum dumda dum all the way you can ace it on hard maybe even master for good score attack. and as a practice song .
  2. Hello fellow music gamers, I just wanted to see if anyone else finds that they suffer from hand fatigue really quickly while playing. I notice it a lot when I am playing songs at full speed and especially down tuned songs. Sometimes, it might happen during my first song, other days I can go for a good 2 hours. This doesn't happen when I'm practising scales or doing slower tab playthroughs. I do try to relax my hand, and use less pressure. I've even lowered the action on my bass so that a gentle touch is all that's needed, but sometimes that just doesn't work for me. Any tips from long-time players
  3. -= Rodmans Course for Kids and Beginners =- Well... my 6 year old son learns to play the guitar now for about a year, and he does really well. 30 min lession at a professional musician once a week and a bit practice at home. As he knows me shredding some RS CS songs all the time he is very Rocksmith motivated - so to connect his achieved abilities to the game as well as present an easy course to anyone or anyones kids who want to start playing the guitar i decided to chart some of his exercises and songs and some own collected stuff to a growing collection here... P.S: my son uses my fender squier mini strat which works quite fine. The lessions are either Exercises or Songs, categorised by Difficulty Levels 1-5(-10 maybe somewhen) L1 - minimal stringskipping, slow, only open strings or one hand position L2 - max. 2 strings, one hand position, short L3 - one hand position, more strings, faster, longer L4 - more than one hand position or generally harder / faster than L3 L5 - too difficult for L4 / first chords The lessions consist of tabs very well synced to a background metronome track. Tipp: The speed is chosen at the songs to match an comfortale singalong and at the exercises at the speed they are meant to be played - so start off with reduced speed in Riff Repeater and accelerate as you progress!!!! ... starting easy lessons and depending on the response and my sons motivation planning to add a lot more. have fun. Exercises Rock - L1 - Exercise - For the very first tabs Rock - L1 - Exercise - First Finger First Fret Rock - L1 - Exercise - 1/4 Pauses Rock - L2 - Exercise - The 3rd Finger Stringskipper Rock - L4 - Exercise - The Empty String-skipper Rock - L5 - Exercise - The first Blues is the deepest... Songs Rock - L2 - Song - Hänschen klein (little Hans) Rock - L3 - Song - If you´re happy and you know it Rock - L3 - Song - Old MacDonald(had a farm) Rock - L3 - Song - Happy Birthday to You Rock - L4 - Song - In dem Walde (da) steht ein Haus upcoming: more lessons and songs incl. happy birthday to you done ;) so incl. ein vogel wollte hochzeit machen :)
  4. Hi, I though I would post my progress as I have been a big user of Rocksmith the past few years. I got into a habit of playing a good 20mins a day booting up the PC on the morning and doing one lesson practice track and a run of what ever song I am working on. I have found I flitter between songs often depending on what I am listening too at the time. I got a little down the other day when I realised that I don't feel I am really making the kind of process I need to. I still can't play a full song and and totally messed up when a new chord is shown to me in a song. I decided to try a different approch. I went to Justinguitar.com and started his beginner course. I have done this before I had Rocksmith, but now find it much easier to get through the practice sessions and the concepts. Seeing how these skills translate into a song makes practicing much easier. I don't think that I would have this appreciation withough seeing a song flow in the rocksmith format. The speed of changes etc is hard to conprehend just by listening to a track. I am finding that in a short time of recording my chord changes in a min and breaking down parts of songs in the "beginner song list" I am remembering major chord names and the sound they make without the backing track that Rocksmith seem to have on all songs and practice tracks. No don't get me wrong I love Rocksmith and it has helped me keep motivated and given me the goal of playing my favorite song on it, but I don't feel that it nurtures the beginner in the right ways. The Major chord scale is the main one for me as soon as I focused on getting these to memory it made me feel like I was progressing. I hope this helps someone that is in the same situation. Cheers
  5. I know most basic chords and now I need to work on Barre chords. From what I have been reading, this is where most people give up on guitar. The problem is when you increase difficulty in songs the chords go by too fast and if you slow it down in riff repeater it doesn't sound like your playing a song anymore. I have tried the You lesson exercises, they are great but it would be nice to play Barre chords in a song at a nice easy pace. Any song suggestions?
  6. Heya all! So i've been into making CDLC for RS14 for quite some time now and I made a few of them by now. But what all of them had in common is the lack of their own tone. I cant seem to be able to find or make a correct custom tone to go with the CDLC that im making, so my songs are usually just sitting in my project folder as im stuck with giving them the correct tone for the song. Sure there is a Tone Request forum section but that hasn't been used in a while with any replies that tell you what tone you're supposed to use. Is there a way most of you amazing CDLC creators use to create the custom tone for the song? Do you somehow find the gear used by the guitarist at the time of the recording? Does it just come down to "have an ear for it"? Because currently I can not tell Overdrive from Distortion etc. Any educational answers would be highly appreciative. <3
  7. Holla at you, first I've got to say this community is one of the best I've seen so far! Everyone of you please feel complimented, you guys are so devoted and so friendly to new and beginner people like me. There should be more people like you in the internet. So, coming to my topic: I'm a bloody beginner, never touched a guitar before Rocksmith2014 but 21 days ago I picked up Rocksmith2014 and have 4 Songs on 70-80%ish. It's Drops of Jupiter, Numb (love both songs), Blitzkrieg Bop and Otherside. Sometimes I just plug my guitar to my amp and repeat those riffs and surprisingly it sounds really good and clean. Also I'm able to play the Smooth Criminal mainriff - more or less. So yesterday I thought let's try Nothing Else Matters, Stairway To Heaven or I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing. But it was really terrible. Are there any songs which you can recommend based on the songs I've played already? I've also took a look into Rocksmith Championship Songs but most of them were too hard for me to play along. I've tried Fly Away, Boomfunk MC's, Game Of Thrones Theme and I couldn't play anything of it. It doesn't matter if it's DLC or CDLC. I really want to improve. Please help me stay motivated. Before I play I'll do a warmup with different scales for like 10-15minutes is there anything I can add to my warmup exercises? Thank you in advance.
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