Hello Rocksmith fans!
March has been a controversial month to say the least. We had a Bachsmith-esque pack which seemed to fall flat on many of our readers ears (Rocksmith Goes To The Movies), then we had a second helping of Women Who Rock, the debut of Collective Soul, the highly polarizing release of a not so guitar driven band, Imagine Dragons, and finally Hit Singles V!
Before we get to all that let’s take a look at how you felt about February’s offerings, shall we?
Looks like nostalgia won out with @TheOffspring taking the lead, followed by the talented but often bashed, @MCROfficial. Our readers were definitely into Hit Singles IV but clearly there was not much love for Valentines Day…
Bassists had some material to work through this month with offerings The Notetrackers (Jurassic Park – Theme), The Pretty Reckless (Heaven Knows), Flyleaf (I’m So Sick), Collective Soul (World I Know), and Edgar Winter’s Free Ride.
This one gets a bit tricky
Pretty unexpected and awesome bass!
Drop D and distorted? We’re in
Nothing too tricky here, just a fun bass line to play
You already know dis gonna be good
Guitar had some gems also this month, let’s check out a few picks.
Great tone, big stretches, and a guitar solo. The Donnas rock
Fun to play and the tones are really fun to mess around with
The Collective Soul pack delivered in a big way and this song was no exception, watch out for that tap slide! No match for the power of halsb though…
If you’re gonna buy an @ImagineDragons song for guitar, this is the one you want
Time to practice your alt string skipping! We’d recommend the rhythm arrangement as well
Good luck with this one…
While E Standard still comes out on top, there was a new Alt. Lead (Batman – Theme) and some new additions to Drop D, Eb Drop Db, and of course Eb Standard.
|Arrangement||E Standard||Eb Standard||Drop D||Eb Drop Db|
Which brings us to the question on everyone’s mind…