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Perhaps a bit easy for an 8. I have a false sense of confidence with this one. I feel like I could do it near perfectly if I spent a day or two doing those solo parts in riff repeater.

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Probably gonna throw the towel in on this weeks masterclass. Even though I'm one note away from 100% I just don't enjoy playing this song and at the end of the day. Isn't that why we play in the first

I guess I'll enter for my own song: Lead FC   Bass FC   Rhythm not quite an FC (it's possible, but won't be a fun grind with those fast slide sections)   This chart could use some updated FHPs, I'll

Yeah, this song is possible for 100%. I just can't seem to stop missing easy notes.  

Never thougt i'd play a Taylor Swift song ever, but i gave it a try, Turns out it's not as bad as i thought it would be.

 

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Not much to say on this one.

 

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Not a fan of them, but they've got some good bass line.

 

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I really enjoy his chanel, would like to be as talented. I also would like to be able to have a beard like that.

 

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That arpeggio's picking pattern is hard to remember and it's very hard to see where the chord changes. So I just strummed through the chords (with varying success) at the intro.

 

 

well... that opening is rather MC part (8) - i had to finetune the scrolling speed that it is well visible, and i think it works out ok - i cannot play that cleanly, too, but it would be learnable in RR quickly. I tried to show the Chords clear so that it´d be a bit easier.

 

Any suggestions for improvement - i ´ll go for it.

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lil + lead

 

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91.9 after that... but no more time now...

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That arpeggio's picking pattern is hard to remember and it's very hard to see where the chord changes. So I just strummed through the chords (with varying success) at the intro.

 

 

well... that opening is rather MC part (8) - i had to finetune the scrolling speed that it is well visible, and i think it works out ok - i cannot play that cleanly, too, but it would be learnable in RR quickly. I tried to show the Chords clear so that it´d be a bit easier.

 

Any suggestions for improvement - i ´ll go for it.

 

Perhaps add the Arpeggio notation to each chord changes, or if possible, manually add Am, Dm, C labels to the first notes of each first notes of arpeggio chords? The messiness of chord changes in parts like these seem to be a common problem with most CDLCs. Kind of impossible to go through the section with pure sight-reading.

 

Another hard to read kind of issue is with the C, partial C and C5 chords (and why not Am/A5 and Dm/D5). I know when you are strumming a chord up and down a lot, you don't usually strum the whole chord when you strum upwards, but tabbing those partial strums as a separate chords makes it look very messy and hard to follow. But I think this is more of a rocksmith problem than a charting problem. (If you want to see something that looks like a total nightmare, check out Avenged Sevenfold - So far away. relatively easy song, but because of the strumming notation, totally unreadable).

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AH lovely music to drive my pets nuts.

 

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I don't like the original song, but this cover destroys any semblance of musicality in attempt to fit in Leo's normally interesting spin-offs on rhythm lines.  It feels like tone-deaf down-tuned needling from a usually interesting cover artist, and certainly proves to me that sometimes one should just not try to insert more notes into ringing chords just because one can.  But hey, not every Cover or Parody is gold.  

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I am a bit salty about this one..

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Next attempt I failed at 557..

 

Had to get that sloppy 100 % on intermediate.
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@ The sound of *KOSH* made by the game is a clear indicator :P And since I know from the leaderboards that the song has 666 notes and 99.84 % accuracy equals to 665/666 notes played, I know for sure which note I missed.

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Finally perfect. But sloppy :( Got so stressed out that I'll screw up at the very last moment. But I'll take this. First time getting 100 % on all bass tracks :)

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