Hello Rocksmith fans!
Welcome to the first DLC Round-Up of 2017!
We’ve had a great month filled with mega-ton artists like @U2 making their Rocksmith debut, @blink182 returning for the first time since 2012 with a 5 pack, a second dose of the 1960s, a seventh Variety Pack, and of course the return of @Evanescence with a 3 pack of songs!
Bassists definitely had some great material with songs like Sunday Bloody Sunday (U2), Somebody To Love (Jefferson Airplane), Feeling This (blink-182), Take The Power Back (Rage Against The Machine). and Going Under (Evanescence).
Tune to Drop D and strap on a Capo for this unexpectedly awesome bass line
If you don’t mind tuning to Eb Standard you too can play Adam Clayton’s legendary bass line
Don’t feel bad if you don’t sightread 100% this psychedelic rock opus, @Audrey123Talks is something else
A great intro to slapping courtesy of Tim Commerford
Fair bit of movement in this nu-metal bass line
There was nothing too shreddy this month but there were still some great tunes to play!
Put your strumming to the test, There’s no effects pedal for strumming 😉
@elisoncrz isn’t playing with a capo but we highly recommend you do! #Flutesmith
Tune down to D Standard to play this Pop-Punk masterpiece
Just a great song overall, how can you deny it?!
Looking for a solid Chord strummer with a fun arpeggiated riff? You’ll love I Melt With You.
You want the Alt. Lead for this Post-Grunge hit
Simple power chords and an approachable solo, no drop tuning required!
UbisoftSF: What you want bro?
Me: I want to play an orchestral piano ballad on Guitar and Bass
UbisoftSF: I gotchu fam
January definitely had some extremely diverse tunings, and the debut of DADGAD finally in Everybody’s Fool. Also this may be the most capo arrangements we’ve had in sometime… Let’s check it out!
|Arrangement||E Standard||Eb Standard||Drop D||D Standard||DADGAD||Capo|
Capo or not, E Standard still rules!
Which brings us to the question on everyone’s mind