Greetings Rocksmith fans!
New Year, new me? Well maybe not, but it’s the first DLC Round-Up of 2015!
January was a month filled with Teen Angst courtesy of Linkin Park and Three Days Grace, A Top 40 Artist that didn’t make the Top 40 for some reason (Soundgarden), and a variety pack that gave Rocksmith some much needed Lemmy via Classic Riff Singles!
January was an alright month for bassists courtesy of Soundgarden (good luck with Jesus Christ Pose) and Singles such as Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo, Ace of Spades, and to a lesser extent Cherry Pie.
Best bass chart of 2015? Or best bass chart of all time? Hmm… Maybe not for people that hate off-tunings.
A great month for six string shredders indeed as pretty much every song in Classic Riffs Singles had a fun and challenging solo to master. Soundgarden had some great fretwork as well if you didn’t mind drop tuning or effects laden trill spam. If solos weren’t your thing than we’re sure you enjoyed mastering riffs from the dark and brooding Three Days Grace or perhaps the harmonic heist mini-game known as In The End by Linkin Park.
Ultimately though the guitar solo not to miss is most definitely Dio’s Rainbow In The Dark.
If you want the most challenge that Linkin Park has to offer, you won’t want to miss Guilty All The Same.
Don’t mind tuning to Drop C? You will love the simple yet powerful muted riff of Three Days Grace’s Riot.
This month may be the first time E Standard tuning was the minority… Check it out!
|Arrangement||E Standard||Drop D||Eb Drop Db||Drop C||Eb Standard||TrueTuning||Custom Tuning|
Wow, who would have expected Rocksmith to have a month where Drop D had the most representation! Not only that, but a month with two TrueTunings AND a Custom Tuning (thanks Kim Thayil)
Which brings us to the question we all need to know.
Yup, it’s gonna be a good year.