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Rocksmith 2014 Championship Week 264


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welcome to the CF Rocksmith 2014 Championship

-= Week 264 =-


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Last week's winners:

  • Lead:
Beginner: @Bounours
Intermediate: @meelo
Advanced : @Rodman
MasterClass: @
GoG: @vjohnal
  • Rhythm:
Beginner: @diceslinger
Intermediate: @@Hughmonty
Advanced: @@Anwyn
Masterclass: @vjohnal
  • Bass:
Beginner: @Ploutchsky
Intermediate: @diceslinger
Advanced: @meelo
Masterclass: @@MaZtoR - or @@meelo are you leveling up to MC and take that lead?





Congrats to all winners. Well done!

This week's songs are:


The songs for this week are:

Lead Path:

Beginner: BloodHound Gang - Ballad of Chasey Lain (3) (Chosen by @Toni-Wan )
Intermediate: Alvvays - Party Police (4) (Chosen by @makaybre )
Advanced: The Rolling Stones - Angie (7) (Chosen by @@Poutzy )
Masterclass: Judas Priest - Traitors Gate (8) (Chosen by @Mortalo )

God of Guitar: The Gods Pause for a Moment

Rhythm Path:

watch out - "Upper Class Rule" - Testing!!!!
Beginner: Alvvays - Party Police (3)
Intermediate: Judas Priest - Traitors Gate (7)
Advanced: Judas Priest - Traitors Gate (7)
Masterclass: na

Bass Path:

Beginner: BloodHound Gang - Ballad of Chasey Lain (3)
Intermediate: Alvvays - Party Police (4) and Bonus The Rolling Stones - Angie (4)
Advanced: Judas Priest - Traitors Gate (6)
Masterclass: Judas Priest - rising from ruins (6) had to be played, too ;)




Share with us your opinion on this weeks songs difficulty scores (1-10).

Exercise Challenges:


1st Exercise: Blues Comping 1 in A major shuffle
2nd Exercise: Blues Comping 2 in A major - straight 8ths
3rd Exercise: Blues Comping 3 in G major (funky)
4rd Exercise: Blues Comping 4 in E major (shuffle)
5th Exercise: Blues Comping 5 in E major (dirty Texas Blues style, shuffle) (more challenging lead guitar (adv), rhythm and bass more intermediate with a real audio track (no GP RSA converted)

Everyone can bring up new scores that will be added to the exercises scoreboards

Honorable list Diehard Member:Classless, Fearless FreeBird Members in their endless battle with the fb police:

Rock On!

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Good selection this week but I'd rearrange bass difficulty.

1. BloodHound Gang is more difficult to play than "Alvvays", even though I heard the song many times a decade or so ago :) I'd give it 4.

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2. Alvvays - Party Police. This one would (3), nothing tricky about it. Thought I'd actually get 100% on the 1st try without ever hearing it but I missed a note somewhere

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3. The Rolling Stones - Angie (4). Fun to play and sounds really good. I played it several times in LAS long time ago when I could barely get 90%... tried it now and almost nailed it.

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4. I'd also switch the two Judas Priest songs. Traitors Gate is more difficult to play... or may be I just hate fast songs with pick. I'd say it's 7.

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5. Rising from ruins. Too easy for Masterclass :) It sounds familiar, did we play it before? Played with fingers and was surprised that I can keep up!

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@@Rodman Maztor wins :) You never saw that 100 % picture ;) And wow, more Judas Priest on a week that I have no access to a guitar due to work trip to Germany. Hoping to get my rocksmith issue fixed before the trip so I can at least get 1-2 attempts on each song :)

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@ - true and corrected in opening post. Congrats to that win.

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Good selection this week but I'd rearrange bass difficulty.

1. BloodHound Gang is more difficult to play than "Alvvays", even though I heard the song many times a decade or so ago :) I'd give it 4.

kZEgr4v.jpg

 

 

2. Alvvays - Party Police. This one would (3), nothing tricky about it. Thought I'd actually get 100% on the 1st try without ever hearing it but I missed a note somewhere

xPSRgfB.jpg

 

3. The Rolling Stones - Angie (4). Fun to play and sounds really good. I played it several times in LAS long time ago when I could barely get 90%... tried it now and almost nailed it.

J84PTbk.jpg

 

4. I'd also switch the two Judas Priest songs. Traitors Gate is more difficult to play... or may be I just hate fast songs with pick. I'd say it's 7.

AxTiFGU.jpg

 

5. Rising from ruins. Too easy for Masterclass :) It sounds familiar, did we play it before? Played with fingers and was surprised that I can keep up!

GTZQFls.jpg

 

Thx a lot!

 

Indeed bass difficulty order will not apply to all players.... i have tested those extensively and thats how it turns out for someone who has focus on guitar and will use a pick never holding a 4string.

Its extremely close for BHG and Alvvays. Angie is int 4 (has been played before and thus lands in bonus anf was rated 3 back in the days)

 

And the both great JP songs - no we havent played rising from ruins bass... it was GoG a few weeks ago! - they are basically the same level for me..

Order decided by the blink of a fly difference feeling overall.

 

So at all bass participants - please tell us your correct order to get that as right as possible.

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