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Where's the Whammy bar ?


TomSawyer2112
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I remember the first thing I did with my E-Guitar was pulling on that bar.

When I got my Ibanez Gio, with a great system with springs on the back

overturning the block and putting it back in place, (instead of bending the block)

I couldn't keep my son off that useless stick for Rocksmith users.

While working on a project, I stumbled upon notes that just didn't sound right in RS.

In the GPro tab, a tremolo bar was added to the notes, but lost in the transcription.

 

Any idea how to simulate, what Ubisoft denied us ?

 

I was thinking about slide downs and ups, adding vibrato... and Lyrics " Try your tremolo bar"

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Yeah, but you would have to show it as a prebend, that way you could dip to it with the whammy. Down up down or something like that would have to be authored as a complex bend. Maybe we will get support in the next version, but I doubt it. Authoring as a prebend would also show as the wrong fret for guys using a trem but would allow people without a whammy to at least simulate it.

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