Infographic: Six Months of Rocksmith 2014!

Our good friend @pcgamingisted created this amusing infographic (on r/rocksmith) to mark six months of Rocksmith 2014! Featuring collected stats from the official website and some collected stats via our tuning list, it gave me a chuckle and the 3rd panel is not to be taken seriously.

… Please don’t take it seriously.

 

1 - 6fuRBgo

2 - bo4hsRB

3 - u5gnret

 

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Funn Dave
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Funn Dave

That was great! The “accurate chart” joke made me laugh :mrgreen:

rockwarrior87
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i don’t think most people mentioned on the list of bands we won’t get aren’t going to be changing their minds any time soon so we’re stuck with the thousands of other bands that “nobody” cares about

Robert M. Walker
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sweet

chris
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chris

I wonder if there is some expansion planned for this year. I guess drums are not on the table but it would be cool to see some new features maybe a recording function

dave
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dave

haahaha, I try Trooper once a week -- lol.

i’d like to see sales figures, but I doubt Ubi would release those.

Matt
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Funny, haven’t actually played any of the top ten songs even once :p Not that they’re not my taste, they’re just too hard.

Jim
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Jim

If you haven’t played them even once, how do you know they’re too hard? I’m not exactly the greatest player yet, but I still make it a point to play everything even if a lot of it ends up being at low difficulty, and in doing that I often end up finding that pushing myself to give harder stuff a whirl helps me improve almost as much as practicing easier stuff to perfection (I was surprised to find out how well I can handle the non-solo-y parts of War Ensemble).

In any case, Pour Some Sugar on Me is actually like one of the top 10 easiest songs on the 2014 disc, maybe even top 5. Everlong’s also relatively easy, and Bat Country’s surprisingly easy on rhythm. Just sayin’.

Terminus
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Terminus

“In any case, Pour Some Sugar on Me is actually like one of the top 10 easiest songs on the 2014 disc, maybe even top 5.”

Especially the bass arrangement; it was my first 110% song. It only has 239 notes, which averages less than one note per second I think for how long that song is.

Assault21
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Assault21

But it goes to show that the song doesn’t have to be insanely hard to be a good song, btw Def Leppard is my favorite band and I know how to play a lot of their songs, so I know that most of their songs are pretty easy. But pushing your self to learn complex songs is always the best thing to do if you want to get better. Memorizing how to play a song doesn’t make you good, understanding why the guitarist played it the way they did will make you better than most.

Bob
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Bob

Memorizing and understanding are both needed. For improvisation … Understanding is very valuable

nullPointer
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nullPointer

Without even kidding too much I would totally be down for some “small stringed instrument”-smith

BanjoSmith? I’m in
MandolinSmith? Sign me up.
UkeleleSmith? Oh hells yes

Happy 6-month anniversary RockSmith! Thanks for the Jamz!

HolyHandGrenade
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HolyHandGrenade

Moar Muse would be welcome to me 😉

Mike
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Mike

Kazoosmith featuring Led Zepplin, The Beatles, Muse, and some heavy metal band that says “yeah” a lot.

nullPointer
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nullPointer

How’s about some HarpSmith? Hey it could work! :mrgreen:


Terminus
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Terminus

I’m waiting for WoodWindSmith, with Baritone Sax emulation mode.

DrugFaq
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DrugFaq

Kazoosmith featuring Cross Town Traffic’s epic Kazoo work

Zugobog
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Zugobog

Or Slide Whistles!!! Come On!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2J2a3UMubM#t=18