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zebby2k 19th September 2013, 12:46 Quote
Rocksmith? Sounds like a new Minecraft....

:)
lacuna 19th September 2013, 13:14 Quote
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The set list isn’t the broadest with a definite focus on guitar-driven indie and rock tracks rather than funk, blues, jazz, classical or the guitar parts for more subtle pop tracks.

err yeah, hence the title.
Meanmotion 19th September 2013, 13:27 Quote
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Originally Posted by lacuna
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The set list isn’t the broadest with a definite focus on guitar-driven indie and rock tracks rather than funk, blues, jazz, classical or the guitar parts for more subtle pop tracks.

err yeah, hence the title.

Well, quite. But its main aim really is to teach guitar, which should be somewhat genre agnostic. Not like there's a funksmith or bluessmith.
lacuna 19th September 2013, 13:43 Quote
I see what you're saying but I think the core setlist needs to appeal to the majority with less popular genres catered for with dlc. To be honest they would have benefitted from having some metallica and blink 182 in there; they have typically been the most searched for tabs on the 'net so it follows that people probably want to learn these songs the most.
////\oo/\\\\ 19th September 2013, 15:31 Quote
Any news on if they have improved the timelag between you playing a note on your guitar and the sound coming from the speakers?
Porkins' Wingman 19th September 2013, 15:59 Quote
Wasn't the lag limited to console versions? I've got the original on PC (hardly played it yet, sadly) and don't remember any lag, but did read about it from console users before purchasing.
Meanmotion 19th September 2013, 18:12 Quote
They've reduced it to the point where they claim it's not the software's fault, but point out that if you use HDMI out and a laggy TV it'll still be present - just an inherent limitation of the hardware.
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