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I could finally fix the problem with my guitar! back to work then Tried two times today, here's my best result so far

welcome to the CF Rocksmith 2014 Championship - Week 308 - READ THIS FIRST =>> How and Why to Join the Championships Read this second =>> Rocksmith 2014 Championship Rules Last weeks

I would not recommend to buy this harmonizer to everyone. Long latency and terrible output sound included. I think I steped on this rakes once again when tryed to save my money and bought it on Aliexp

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the first 4 plays of this i  scored 94% was going to give up due to cramp then got a +

 

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worse streak but best score

 

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I Also tried the Metalica Bass but i think Rocksmith had a scratch because it just kept going on and on and on .........  :wacko:

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I Also tried the Metalica Bass but i think Rocksmith had a scratch because it just kept going on and on and on .........  :wacko:

That must be what happened to me as well! :lol:

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I would not recommend to buy this harmonizer to everyone.

Long latency and terrible output sound included. I think I steped on this rakes once again when tryed to save my money and bought it on Aliexpress.  :crying_cat_face: 

This thing is crap. I will save money for Digitech The Drop... "miser pays twice"

While Digitech Drop is excellent for tuning down, let me recommend buying Digitech's DT Whammy. Costs twice as much as The Drop, but it's basically 3 pedals in once.

The drop side of Whammy DT Allows you to tune down AND up all the way to an octave. When going up/down an octave, you have an option to include the dry signal (makes hell of an octaver pedal effect).

The left side of the pedal has harmonies. For example playing single E note and putting the harmony to 5th and you get E5 power chord, or you can make something bizarre, like adding 2nd from the below octave, so playing E note gives you a very dissonant sound with playing E and F# at the same time. On a cooler note, you can do epic unison bend-style sounds with the expression pedal while in harmony side.

The middle part of the pedal is the Whammy side, which allows you to pitch shift entire chords with the expression pedal, as you would with whammy bar, but without the worrysome effect of having to deal with Floyd Rose. :)

 

This is all of course if you play or intend to play your guitar outside of rocksmith. If you are going to stick to rocksmith, then the drop is the better option.

 

If you are interested in some sound samples of the pedal, let me know and I'll whip something up :)

 

 

Thank you very much for this big detailed post =) Really appreaciated it.
Unfortunatelly I can't play guitar outside of the game. Well... That is true. Shame on me.
 
AND. STOP. Right now I looked for prices of The Drop and DT Whammy and you know what? I found item on sale.
Whammy costs +$35 from The Drop ONLY!
 
Nevermind! I did an order! I will not use  it on 100%... 80%... even 50%. This sale did a deal :D
 
Thank you very much once again! :D
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I would not recommend to buy this harmonizer to everyone.

Long latency and terrible output sound included. I think I steped on this rakes once again when tryed to save my money and bought it on Aliexpress.  :crying_cat_face: 

This thing is crap. I will save money for Digitech The Drop... "miser pays twice"

While Digitech Drop is excellent for tuning down, let me recommend buying Digitech's DT Whammy. Costs twice as much as The Drop, but it's basically 3 pedals in once.

The drop side of Whammy DT Allows you to tune down AND up all the way to an octave. When going up/down an octave, you have an option to include the dry signal (makes hell of an octaver pedal effect).

The left side of the pedal has harmonies. For example playing single E note and putting the harmony to 5th and you get E5 power chord, or you can make something bizarre, like adding 2nd from the below octave, so playing E note gives you a very dissonant sound with playing E and F# at the same time. On a cooler note, you can do epic unison bend-style sounds with the expression pedal while in harmony side.

The middle part of the pedal is the Whammy side, which allows you to pitch shift entire chords with the expression pedal, as you would with whammy bar, but without the worrysome effect of having to deal with Floyd Rose. :)

 

This is all of course if you play or intend to play your guitar outside of rocksmith. If you are going to stick to rocksmith, then the drop is the better option.

 

If you are interested in some sound samples of the pedal, let me know and I'll whip something up :)

 

 

Thank you very much for this big detailed post =) Really appreaciated it.
Unfortunatelly I can't play guitar outside of the game. Well... That is true. Shame on me.
 
AND. STOP. Right now I looked for prices of The Drop and DT Whammy and you know what? I found item on sale.
Whammy costs +$35 from The Drop ONLY!
 
Nevermind! I did an order! I will not use  it on 100%... 80%... even 50%. This sale did a deal :D
 
Thank you very much once again! :D

 

I love this pedal, I don't think you will regret it!  I found the whammy pedal can be used to get those slightly out of tune tunings like A448 and such.  It is a bit touchy to get the pedal just right (I usually just use my hand), but it hasn't been a waste for me.  I too got it for a good price which sealed the deal :)

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Fought my way through the 98 % barrier, not just once, but twice! Awesome!

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And had to try this again, just to keep @@Rodman on his toes :)

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I would not recommend to buy this harmonizer to everyone.

Long latency and terrible output sound included. I think I steped on this rakes once again when tryed to save my money and bought it on Aliexpress.  :crying_cat_face: 

This thing is crap. I will save money for Digitech The Drop... "miser pays twice"

While Digitech Drop is excellent for tuning down, let me recommend buying Digitech's DT Whammy. Costs twice as much as The Drop, but it's basically 3 pedals in once.

The drop side of Whammy DT Allows you to tune down AND up all the way to an octave. When going up/down an octave, you have an option to include the dry signal (makes hell of an octaver pedal effect).

The left side of the pedal has harmonies. For example playing single E note and putting the harmony to 5th and you get E5 power chord, or you can make something bizarre, like adding 2nd from the below octave, so playing E note gives you a very dissonant sound with playing E and F# at the same time. On a cooler note, you can do epic unison bend-style sounds with the expression pedal while in harmony side.

The middle part of the pedal is the Whammy side, which allows you to pitch shift entire chords with the expression pedal, as you would with whammy bar, but without the worrysome effect of having to deal with Floyd Rose. :)

 

This is all of course if you play or intend to play your guitar outside of rocksmith. If you are going to stick to rocksmith, then the drop is the better option.

 

If you are interested in some sound samples of the pedal, let me know and I'll whip something up :)

 

 

Thank you very much for this big detailed post =) Really appreaciated it.
Unfortunatelly I can't play guitar outside of the game. Well... That is true. Shame on me.
 
AND. STOP. Right now I looked for prices of The Drop and DT Whammy and you know what? I found item on sale.
Whammy costs +$35 from The Drop ONLY!
 
Nevermind! I did an order! I will not use  it on 100%... 80%... even 50%. This sale did a deal :D
 
Thank you very much once again! :D

 

I love this pedal, I don't think you will regret it!  I found the whammy pedal can be used to get those slightly out of tune tunings like A448 and such.  It is a bit touchy to get the pedal just right (I usually just use my hand), but it hasn't been a waste for me.  I too got it for a good price which sealed the deal :)

 

 

This is a funny accident. Turned on my amp one day and started playing just to realise that I'm getting a bizarre tone out of the amp. After quick look down at the pedal board, I realised my whammy pedal was on at the "dive bomb" setting and the expression pedal was at a random location. Knowing full well, I'll never be able to re-produce the tone ever again, I had a bit of an improvised jamming session with the oddly appealing bassy-sound. I have a habbit of recording most of what I jam, in case I come up with something cool, and this definitely fell in the cool category for me :lol:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1aqkRlGkP2ApaF2ELJWhPmafnwg63XSFK/view

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Late start this week

 

This is harder than beginner level

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Never heard the song before, not bad for the 1st try!

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Not quite sure what's the point of making the bass complicated when it's not even in the mix :D

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barely passed, 1st attempt, quite random to me!

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4 times in a row http://u.meelo.org/.rocksmith/facepalm24x24.png

 

Shortest sooong - this is not the shortest soooooong - ti ti tididi - shortest sooong - ti ti tididi - this is not the shortest soooooong - ti ti tiiii ti

 

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Mkay, do I dare to try SA?

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edit:

I dared.

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Something to wash off the taste of mehtallica. It makes me slightly bitter that I fingered one A5 incorrectly (accidentally fretted the 2nd fret of a string as well)

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