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Playback without the Cable?


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Hey guys,

 

i have a quick question if its possible to let Rocksmith play back the Songs without 

the Real Tone Cable plugged in?

 

I currently have only a Acoustic on hand, but want to revise some songs, but if im going to play

back the songs, theres a error message popping up that says there is no cable yadda yadda.

 

Obviously all is working as intended, but it stops the song for me, and i wanted to know if i can

sort of stop that error message from popping up, so i can play along without any Input?

 

 

Cheers, 

 

Latsch

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YOUTUBE... Unless you have a Synth - or maybe... Semi-Acoustic?

Or Get a pickup...?

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Mmh have you any electric guitar ? I can't change my tuning because of my floyd, thus when I want to play, as an example, Alestorm songs, I just plug my guitar without floyd, and I start the song with it, then I take my other axe with my amp. Maybe you can do it ?

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