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I've been working on Foo Fighters - Times Like These (Acoustic).  There is already an official DLC version of the album version of the song (non-acoustic).  Is it cool to post my work, or is this not acceptable?

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#1.2 DO NOT CREATE CDLC OF COVERS OF OFFICIAL DLC.  This includes LIVE versions of the original artist.

 

If live versions count, then I think acoustic is out as well. (You can think of it like a different arrangement)

Doesn't mean you can't keep it for yourself to learn with, though.

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So I can't do Funk #49 by the Black Keys since Funk #49 by the James Gang is getting released today?

 

Not a huge issue, just want to be clear.

I'd imagine so. Rocksmith is concidered first and foremost a learning tool, and by learning one (preferably official) arrangement, you have all the skills needed to play the song in other ways, such as acoustically or by playing your own cover version of it.

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Not allowed. An acoustic version is just a cover of an existing song. Even if it is by the same band.

I don't like this opinion...

i encourage More diversity being added...

esp songs that aren't sometimes nicer Acoustically... MTV Unplugged comes to mind...

Using a Semi-Acoustic in Rocksmith is really fun...

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1IL2zOTjhzm3gQCZ3_GR26ocW3ziEhg-2?usp=sharing__
Backup CDLC link ^^ - should list even the ones that got removed for inactive links...
just restored my ability to login again, so will try to slowly resubmit the missing ones...
and hoping to make a small come-back with some new CDLC ideas...
______________________________________________________________________________

YAMAHA 4-String 24 Frets - D Standard -> C Standard & D Drop C...

ASHTON - 4-String 21 Frets, E Standard, Drop D, Half-Step Down (Nirvana)...

Phoenix? - BASS 21-22 Frets? - 4-in-line Headstock...
(3 BASSES + 2 ELECTRIC G + 2 ACOUSTICS + a UKE)

Les Paul Special II - Guitar 

IBANEZ - USED MODIFIED MODEL...
After-market Tremolo Bridge + head-stock locking nut thingys --- Free 1994-ish Guitar =   🙂

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Also Electric Ukulele is something i have started working on a BONUS UKULELE ARRANGEMENT...

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https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1IL2zOTjhzm3gQCZ3_GR26ocW3ziEhg-2?usp=sharing__
Backup CDLC link ^^ - should list even the ones that got removed for inactive links...
just restored my ability to login again, so will try to slowly resubmit the missing ones...
and hoping to make a small come-back with some new CDLC ideas...
______________________________________________________________________________

YAMAHA 4-String 24 Frets - D Standard -> C Standard & D Drop C...

ASHTON - 4-String 21 Frets, E Standard, Drop D, Half-Step Down (Nirvana)...

Phoenix? - BASS 21-22 Frets? - 4-in-line Headstock...
(3 BASSES + 2 ELECTRIC G + 2 ACOUSTICS + a UKE)

Les Paul Special II - Guitar 

IBANEZ - USED MODIFIED MODEL...
After-market Tremolo Bridge + head-stock locking nut thingys --- Free 1994-ish Guitar =   🙂

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