"We are going to be updating the difficulty balancing to allow much faster progression and higher start levels to advanced players, expect an update soon."
Guitar Hero 2005-2011
[–]Epifibson 0 points 1 hour ago
Would we see some Pink Floyd on this game? Songs like Money, Comfortably Numb, and Another Brick in the Wall Part.2 would make awesome additions.
[–]Rocksmiths-UbiSF[S] 1 point 34 minutes ago
definitely a band we'd love to see/play in the game too, so stay tuned
Oo, also positive from this site:
Menu wise, yes, we know we can do them better given the time and having gained so much knowledge from making this 1st title.
Edit: Also mentioned they were looking at fixes in an upcomming patch for menus, and a whole lot of other good info in this talk session. They also mentioned they're going to try to see if they can get the actual forum manned by someone. So glad they had this session.
Last edited by SeattleSauve; 11-04-2011 at 08:24 PM.
Bend down meanin if the string you need to bend is on the 6th or 5th string you have to bend the string towards the floor not the ceiling or else the string will fall off and over the side of the guitar neck, On strings 4 thru 1 (D G B e) its easy to bend UPwards towards the ceiling/your face but not on A5 or E6 (thickest)
is that better/clearer? sorry
look at the icon in the mini game
one is curved up and one is curved down (concave vs convex)
Ask them anything :
Last edited by Doc_SoCal; 11-05-2011 at 12:20 AM.
When RB 3 came out, I really wanted to get a pro guitar badly. Had the launch not been botched, I would have at least picked up a Mustang if they would have been available. (I'm an impulse buyer and would have dealt with my wife complaining about yet another plastic guitar). After reading the bad reviews on it and not wanting to add another plastic guitar to my already large collection, I decided to wait for the Squier. The price became a problem. I had that thing and the MIDI controller in the cart at Best Buy. When my wife asked what I was doing, I told her I wanted this guitar so I could learn and play on Rock Band. When she found out how much it cost, she asked me if I had gone completely insane. We argued for awhile, but she made sense. Why on Earth would I pay $300 for something that I wasn't sure I would play? She was correct in that I would most likely get frustrated with it, put it down, and have another addition to the pile of Rock Band stuff I have but never touch. So I gave up. After reading the reviews of the Squier and how poorly its made and performs along with RB's less than stellar teaching mode, I'm glad I listened to her.
Over the summer I won 3 electric guitars at Six Flags. I have 2 Superman themed and 1 Batman themed. I bought a small used amp at a resale shop and to my surprise, they actually work. I had no idea how to play them. I figured if I didn't sell them, they'd look cool hanging on my son's wall someday.
Then came Rocksmith....I love this thing. My guitars work fine with it. I'm learning how play chords and riffs. I'm having a lot of fun with it. After a couple of days my wife asked me if I was learning anything. She was skeptical about Rocksmith, but it was only $80 vs. $300. I played the opening riff to "Satisfaction" from memory. She was surprised and impressed.
I wish Rock Band 3 would have had this instead of its proprietary guitars. I would have bought a used guitar to get into it. I've had a lot of fun with Rock Band, but I've spent way too much money on it over the years.
If u guys didn't read the link bass is coming 2012. They will patch soon the 5x practice run limit. Initially they were rejected by artists prob because of the button guitar rep but now that they see how the game is some have called ubi.
Now I'm having problem with 1st and 2nd fret when tuned standard. I should've unlocked master mode by now for In Bloom but those two frets aren't working.
Squier Player/Pro Drums/Pro Keys
Thx to Boshes_95 for the AV
Pls improve guitar pro for RB4. Any guitar, no mute, dynamic difficulty
If the intonation is correct, you may be pressing down too hard on the strings, which would cause those notes to ring out a bit sharp. If it becomes a constant issue, you might consider thicker strings.
Here's the dev's response regarding the issue many here hate about not being able to "max out" difficulty for more experienced players. Looks like they do acknowledge this as an issue and they are going to work on it:
"we hear you - we tried a number of things and what we shipped with seemed to be the best solution to many problems people were having. As mentioned before there will be some improvements made for the advanced guitarist because we definitely skewed to the beginner, then in the future we may look at letting you max out songs on demand. Unfortunately that has it's own tech ramifications (because of the way things are tracked) so need to figure out solutions to that too..."