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Rocksmith Guitar and Bass - Playstation 3

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Platform: PlayStation 3
PlayStation 3
  • When we say "any" guitar we mean any guitar - Rocksmith lets you plug any guitar or bass with a 1/4" output jack into your device.
  • Comprehensive bass support - Bass arrangements have been added to all of Rocksmith's tracks.
  • Difficulty settings adapt to your ability - With dozens of difficulty levels, you'll automatically progress from single notes to complex chords and techniques without ever getting in over your head.
  • Lots of music, Lots of styles - Rocksmith has amassed an amazing library of songs from different music genres.
  • Get plugged in - Rocksmith includes a unique 1/4-inch-to-USB cable -the first of its kind - and allows users to plug any real guitar or bass with a 1/4-inch output jack directly into their Xbox 360, PS3 or PC.

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Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0088MVQIM
  • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 5.6 x 2.5 inches ; 14.1 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 16, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (161 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,340 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3

Product Description

Rocksmith Guitar and Bass is the first and only game that you can plug into any real guitar or bass. Featuring gameplay that automatically adjusts to your personal ability, Rocksmith engages experienced musicians as well as those who have never picked up a guitar in their life. Every copy of Rocksmith includes a revolutionary 1/4 inch to USB cable, allowing your guitar or bass to be played through your video game console or PC. You'll develop real skills and real styles while playing absolutely real music. Nothing compares to playing a real guitar instrument. Except playing Rocksmith.

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Rocksmith – Learn to play guitar and bass with a video game

Introducing the next stage in the evolution of the music game. Rocksmith, the first and only game where you can plug into any real guitar and bass.

Featuring gameplay that automatically adjusts to your personal ability and innovative game design that makes playing music visually intuitive, Rocksmith will engage experienced musicians as well as those who have never picked up a guitar in their life.

You'll be able to choose from a large catalog of songs in different styles including:

  • Best Coast – When I'm With You
  • Blur – Song 2
  • Cream – Sunshine of Your Love
  • Dan Auerbach – I Want Some More
  • David Bowie – Rebel Rebel
  • Eric Clapton – Run Back To Your Side
  • Franz Ferdinand – Take Me Out
  • Incubus – I Miss You
  • Interpol – Slow Hands
  • Jarvis Cocker – Angela
  • Jenny O. – Well OK Honey
  • Kings Of Leon – Use Somebody
  • Lenny Kravitz – Are You Gonna Go My Way
  • Little Barrie – Surf Hell
  • Lynyrd Skynyrd – Sweet Home Alabama
  • Muse – Unnatural Selection
  • Muse – Plug In Baby
  • Nirvana – Breed
  • Nirvana – In Bloom
  • Pixies – Where Is My Mind?
  • Queens Of The Stone Age – Go With The Flow
  • Radiohead – High And Dry
  • Rapscallions – California Brain
  • Red Fang – Number Thirteen
  • Sigur Ros – Gobbledigook
  • Silversun Pickups – Panic Switch
  • Soundgarden – Outshined
  • Spoon – Me And The Bean
  • Stone Temple Pilots – Vasoline
  • Stone Temple Pilots – Between The Lines
  • Taddy Porter – Mean Bitch
  • The Animals – House Of The Rising Sun
  • The Black Keys – Next Girl
  • The Black Keys – I Got Mine
  • The Boxer Rebellion – Step Out Of The Car
  • The Cribs – We Share The Same Skies
  • The Cure – Boys Don't Cry
  • The Dead Weather – I Can't Hear You
  • The Horrors – Do You Remember
  • The Rolling Stones – (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
  • The Rolling Stones – Play With Fire
  • The Rolling Stones – The Spider and The Fly
  • The Strokes – Under Cover Of Darkness
  • The White Stripes – Icky Thump
  • The XX – Islands
  • Titus Andronicus – A More Perfect Union
  • Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers – Good Enough
  • Velvet Revolver – Slither
  • White Denim – Burnished
  • Yellow Moon Band – Chimney

Product Features

Rocksmith Features Track Your Progress Single Notes Chords Guitarcade

Track Your Progress!
Rocksmith adapts to your personal ability, and makes suggestions to you along the way based on your particular skill-set. Build your own progression line and become stage-ready in no time.

Single notes: Start simple with one note at a time, or shred like a pro. Whatever your skill-set, Rocksmith will challenge you to play the real lead guitar parts as they were meant to be played: on a real guitar.

Chords: Ready to play some rhythm guitar? Rocksmith has you covered. Choose from an amazing library of tracks that range from simple to complex chord structures, or head over to the interactive chord chart to refine your craft.

Guitarcade: Play a variety of different mini-games designed to hone specific guitar-playing skills such as scales, bends, tremolo, harmonics, and much more!

Every copy of Rocksmith will include a revolutionary 1/4 inch to USB cable that turns the guitar's signal from analog to digital, allowing it to be recognized and played through video game consoles for the first time. By plugging into your console, you'll develop real skills and real styles while playing absolutely real music.

And you'll experience it all with an honest-to-goodness guitar. Nothing compares to playing a real guitar. Except playing Rocksmith.


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72 of 75 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kudos to Ubisoft November 17, 2012
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I originally got Rocksmith last year and the original review for that follows. What's new this year, however, is the inclusion of bass which I can report works just as well...for $29.99, I downloaded the patch for the bass guitar. If you DON'T already own it, this new version includes both bass and guitar; now, I'm playing with a friend since I prefer bass anyway and he owns a Warlock guitar. I play on a Fender Jaguar short scale bass and it's an absolute blast.

For other details - here is my original review:

I own a Fender Washburn Stratocaster. I threw this disc in, hooked up the guitar, and held my breath. Would the nay-sayers of "latency / too many A/V setups" win out the day?

The answer is a resounding NO. I play a note and there is no noticeable delay whatsoever. My A/V system has become my amp (and oh, what an amp with a Pioneer Elite to back it up).

Rocksmith, first and foremost, is an INSTRUCTOR, not a social party. If you're looking for social party gaming like Rock Band, look elsewhere. Rocksmith is intended to have you learn how to play guitar, straight and simple. The game starts off with a sound check to calibrate the volume of your guitar and, more incredibly still, to TUNE YOUR GUITAR. And it's a surprisingly good tuner at that.

Once your guitar's in tune, the game eagerly throws you into the Rolling Stone's "I Can't Get No Satisfaction."

"What difficulty should I play?" you might ask. Ah, that's where the beauty of Rocksmith comes in. Rocksmith will ramp the difficulty up or down depending on how well you play. Are you nailing every single note coming down the strum highway? Well, here come a few more! Ooops, you're missing just about every single note? Rocksmith will ramp it down.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 1st time Guitar player, and i'm EXCITED!!! January 10, 2013
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
I'm picking up a guitar for the very first time at the age of 30 (almost 31). I have been "playing" for about a month, reading from a book, and going at my own pace. I knew "Mary had a little lamb". I ordered this game, honestly because if Slash puts his name on it, it CANNOT be crap! I just received it today, put it in the PlayStation, and hooked up my guitar, and started playing.. 4 HOURS LATER, I have to force myself to put the guitar down because i'm finally developing the coveted "guitar fingers" (calluses) ... This is such an amazing TOOL!! It is exactly what i expected, in that it is MOSTLY a teacher, sprinkled with plenty of fun. But i'm already playing hammer-ons, and palm mutes!! lol yes i just started today! The best part of this game is, it won't let you just get comfortable with one string and one chord, if it believes you can advance, it throws more strings and more chords at you during the song practices! But don't worry, if you don't pick it up right away, it will either take the chord away, or slow it down just a bit for you. Bottom line; if you are skeptical on this product, DON'T BE, it teaches you REAL guitar, and it is ALOT of fun doing it!! I'm in Afghanistan right now, but i cant wait to get home and start downloading all the downloadable content for the game!!
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pardon the superlatives...but this is AWESOME! October 31, 2012
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Isn't it great when stuff just WORKS? This game seemed way too good to be true....but it works exactly like Guitar Hero, only with a real guitar! I am learning how to play bass guitar from scratch, and this game is making it very easy and a lot of fun to do so. It works with both acoustic and electric guitars that have pick-ups. The software basically treats the whole thing as a "USB Recording Device/Microphone" and I have never, ever had a mis-interpreted note yet. BUY IT!
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
By A. Eng
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
A disclaimer right off the bat is that I've played a reasonable amount of guitar. I'm not happy with where my skills are, but I'm certainly not new to the instrument, and maybe not the target audience of this game. I took a chance buying the game hoping that it would provide some more entertaining practice both in songs I would never learn on my own as well as technique challenges and guitarcade games. In that sense, the game has succeeded in that I find the guitarcade games relatively fun. They're clearly not the focus of the game, but they have enough polish that it provides a challenging but still entertaining way to practice finding your way around the fretboard.

Where the game fails in my opinion is in the primary goals of the game, which is learning to play complete songs. First, there's something to be questioned about throwing tablature on the screen in sync with the full song as the primary learning system. For many simple songs this works well, but as the career mode and songs become more complex, it is frustrating that the first play through seems so incredibly sink or swim. The game will bump down difficulty as advertised and is often a very functional part of the game, but I can't help but feel that it would be more efficient to allow for the player to look through a chord list for the song rather than turn a chord progression into a section of single notes.

People who have played the game will immediately look to point out the game's built in riff repeater, which allows for players to practice specific parts of songs. This is a good idea but it also brings me to my major criticism part 2. The "rocksmith suggests" interface in career mode is awful. Absolutely awful. Why? "Rocksmith suggests" is a short list of things the game thinks you should do.
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