The Rocksmith titles have taught more than 3 million aspiring Tina Weymouths and Jimi Hendrixes the basic and advanced bass, lead, and rhythm guitar techniques required become proficient with the guitar. The most recent version, Rocksmith 2014 Edition Remastered, is a well-stocked package, one that has provided thorough, meticulous instruction, fun mini-games, and jam sessions for several years now.
If you’ve plugged in your ax, fired up Rocksmith, and taken a deep breath on noticing the game’s overwhelming number of features and options, don’t worry; I’ve been there, too. Although I’m by no means an expert bassist, I’ve put in many hours with Rocksmith 2014 Edition Remastered in an attempt to master my Sterling by Music Man S.U.B. Series Ray4 StingRay electric bass. In that time, I’m come to deeply appreciate its many aspects, particularly those that enable you to recognize your own guitar-playing weaknesses and work on eradicating them. And that’s where these Rocksmith 2014 Edition Remastered tips come in!
I’ve put together 10 Rocksmith tips designed to help newcomers wrap their heads around the game’s numerous offerings. They have an additional commonality, too. By exploring these tips and applying them on a regular basis, you will “git gud,” as the gamers say.
Before you begin your personal rock opera, take a moment to make sure you have the Rocksmith Real Tone Cable. This is a cord with a 0.25-inch adapter on one end that feeds into your guitar and a USB connection on the other end that plugs into your PC. If you purchase the $59.99 boxed Rocksmith 2014, the Real Tone Cable is included. But if, like me, you’ve purchased the Steam game, the Rocksmith Real Tone Cable is extra. I found it on Amazon for $29.99. In addition, you should check out The Best Audio Editing Software when you’re ready to lay down some riffs. And now, on to the tips!
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