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Rocksmith 2014 Championship Week 309


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I am finding it useful to mute the low E string with the tip of a finger when playing the chords that don't use it.  Otherwise I get hammering away and hit it by accident causing the game to register a miss.

 

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And still walking....

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I'm still yet to snap my first string while playing, you are not supposed to bend them an octave above guys! Or so I think, but then again, I guess that's why I'm not achieving 99s in mc leads :lol:

 

Kinda impossible now, just broke my high e string, dammit :(

high e strings fear this championship, it's got to the point i now stock up on plenty of extra

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@@Nacholede i have actually broken more LOW E strings in this championship............ i might be a bit hard on the palm muting  :wacko:

 

omg, fear the Telboy!

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some more improvements that i thought impossible.... for me anyway

 

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My first score into the 90's time for SA

 

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took a couple of trys to beat the 91% but feeling better

 

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those wild E,A,D string stabs at the dusty end of the fret board now feel like calculated prods  ;)

 

outta time though  :(

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