seems like a pretty solid plan
Wow, the bass upgrade is so great! I feel like a real musician today after quickly climbing up the difficulty levels on the first set of songs last night.. Surely part of that is due to the fact that my bass has a solid wood neck, there were no intonation problems at all. I feel like I really need to get another electric guitar now.
I got the bass for my birthday, in November, and I've been waiting all this time to finally get to play the game with it. Victory! And now I feel ready to take on the training books that have been gathering dust on the shelf.
PSN ID: SilverSpg
XBox GT: FieryNewt5
Total Song Library = 1,010 songs, including ALL games and track packs that can be exported into RB3
I though Rocksmith was great before, and since I was using any one of my real guitars, I didn't have any issues with having to deal with the RB3 Pro-Stratocaster (I have a Squier Standard Stratocaster, a Squier Standard Telecaster, and an Epiphone Les Paul).
The bass update has been just awesome, and haven't played any other game since the update! Now my only problems are do I pick up one of my above mentioned guitars or my Squire Vintage Modified Jaguar Bass, Ibanez SR 500, or my wife's Ibanez GSRM Mikro bass.
It's great to have these kind of decisions to make!
I love this freakin' game!!!
"Punk rock should mean freedom, playing whatever you want,
As sloppy as you want as long as it's good and it has passion" Kurt Cobain
Here's song #2 from next Tuesday's DLC release: this has to be one of the longest songs ever to have achieved a triple platinum certification ...
Guitar Hero 2005-2011
It's not all CCR... Here is another hint:
"the song was on an album by the same name, the album went multiplatinum, not the single itself."
And Justice for All
Witt Witt Witt
Read Dead is a bad video game