Rocksmith to release Advanced Exercises from Greg Studley

Hello Rocksmith fans!

On yesterday’s stream @StudleyGreg once again confirmed that the next DLC will be another set of Exercises for @Rocksmithgame!

You know the deal by now right?

Hello again, Rocksmith fans! The final set of exercises for Volume 1 of our exercises arrives this week: Rocksmith Advanced Exercises, Vol 1. These packs originated with years-old community requests for more educational content including a focus on techniques and drills—and we have been extremely happy with the response from you, the players!

Next week, on July 29th, Rocksmith Advanced Exercises, Vol 1. releases for all platforms. Notetracker and Rocksmith Exercise creator Greg Studley utilizes his expertise as a music educator and author in a pack that tests your mastery of the techniques included in the two previous packs in the series.

With Rocksmith Advanced Exercises, Vol 1, each of the five exercises are available for guitar and bass, and the pack will again be available at the special price of $4.99 USD.

[Ubisoft Forums]

Trailer on Tuesday


Advanced Exercises Volume 01 – $4.99 / Steam

  • Linear Playing [Guitar Only]
  • Hammer-Ons/Pull-offs [Guitar Only]
  • Pull-Offs/Hammer-Ons [Guitar Only]
  • String Skipping [Guitar Only]
  • String Switching [Guitar Only]
  • Linear Playing [Bass Only]
  • Hammer-Ons/Pull-offs [Bass Only]
  • Pull-Offs/Hammer-Ons [Bass Only]
  • String Skipping [Bass Only]
  • String Switching [Bass Only]

Easy Exercises

Intermediate Exercises

 


Are you more excited for the Advanced Exercise edition of these lessons? Or are you wondering more about Volume 2? Let us know!

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Unemploid
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The only person excited for the DLC is Greg Studley

Gnu
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Gnu

I’d vote this up 100 if I could.

UKnowWho
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Amen, Bro!

Adam Babcock Crawford
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Adam Babcock Crawford

Hammer-On’s and Pull-Off’s are advanced?! Well, by golly, I must be Eric Clapton then.

zenframe
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zenframe

Thank god this drip feeding of dull ‘lessons’ is done with and we can get back to the weekly ‘excitement’ of waiting for the next ultimately disappointing DLC release.

zenframe
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zenframe

Bah, I’ve just noticed this is only the end of Vol1, does anyone know how many volumes there are likely to be? Am hoping they won’t be drip feeding them to us for the rest of the year. I’d much prefer they were dropped as a full pack all at once rather than interfering with the weekly DLC release schedule.

Jeam95
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Jeam95

This exercises are incredible. A Greg song for test your learned skills would be awesome!!

zenframe
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zenframe

Not to detract from the benefits of the exercises themselves but the concepts and execution are incredibly simplistic even for a beginner like myself. I’d prefer some decent tunes to rock out with by far.

Tec
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Tec

According to rocksmith people have been asking for this dlc, i’d like beat them with my guitar

HUMAN OVERPOPULATION
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HUMAN OVERPOPULATION

Wanna thanks rocksmith people for giving us dlc to help learning. And want to push the head of the morons below me into a toilet full of crap. If are so friggin good playing or have additional resources to learn from thats not the context for most rocksmith players. And anyway Rocksmith is a learning platform and have indeed a longer way to go in the theory and exercise aspects of guitar learning than in the music dlc database that as of now is already astounding.

RockThisWay
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RockThisWay

Really? Since you’re posting this that means you have the internet. That literally means you have a billion times the resources as rocksmith. What you’re saying is you’re extremely lazy and can’t be bothered to do anything yourself that’s isn’t spoon fed you. If that’s your prerogative that’s fine but it doesn’t sound like you have any real interest or passion for the instrument. Hendrix started playing a broom and would get a woopin’ when his dad found the pieces broken off from him doing it, didn’t slow him down and eventually got a real guitar. That’s passion.

zenframe
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zenframe

Here’s my 2 cents. Rocksmith is first and foremost a game, it’s a great way to pick up and play along to songs, but the way it delivers the notes makes it MUCH harder to learn songs than traditional tabs. if you’re looking for a learning platform you’d be much better served by Yousician, guitar pro or even one of the tab websites. There’s lots of other options out there and you really don’t want to put all your eggs in one basket.

Lord Seth
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Lord Seth

More garbage. Still waiting for the Katatonia packs.