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    50 year old wall street banker. I love it. Only problem is that I find myself playing too much!
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    59 And nowhere near old. Actually I feel about 20 when I'm playing Rocksmith. I'm not a gamer; bought Rocksmith and the Xbox at the same time on the day the game came out. The Xbox came with some other games, but I haven't tried any yet. Rocksmith takes all my free time. Love the game and this forum full of helpful folks, and the weekly challenge. Rock on everyone.
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    Anybody feel like scrolling through 9 pages of posts and averaging the age?
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    Am I the only one who has 18 yo?? i have played guitar for at least 3 years and i bought rocksmith cuz it was cheaper than buying a good amp and pedals, and also had some things i could learn too....

    but by now i'm using lick library dvds, they are great if you want to master yourself up
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    Quote Originally Posted by D3ViLBrInGeR View Post
    Am I the only one who has 18 yo?? i have played guitar for at least 3 years and i bought rocksmith cuz it was cheaper than buying a good amp and pedals, and also had some things i could learn too....

    but by now i'm using lick library dvds, they are great if you want to master yourself up
    I'd like to be 18 again. Does that count? I totally agree that the amp and pedals feature of RS makes it worth buying even if you never played the actual RS "game." (I don't use the amp feature myself much, but I think it's an awesome feature to have.)
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    I consider myself 18 with 28 years experience, if that counts.
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    I'm 17 years old, where is my price ?

    In all seriousness, I really feel out of place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James_Het View Post
    I'm 17 years old, where is my price ?

    In all seriousness, I really feel out of place.
    There's lot's of different ages here, probably most of the people under 30 didn't bother to read an olde phartes thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Penguin222 View Post
    There's lot's of different ages here, probably most of the people under 30 didn't bother to read an olde phartes thread
    Or they're probably just too busy playing CoD and other dumb things like that. So far of all the people of my age I know, nobody has ever even heard of Rocksmith.

    My generation stinks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James_Het View Post
    Or they're probably just too busy playing CoD and other dumb things like that. So far of all the people of my age I know, nobody has ever even heard of Rocksmith.

    My generation stinks.
    Apparently not everyone of your generation stinks. No need for you to feel out of place here. In fact, I'm pretty happy to see someone under 40 is 1)playing RS and 2) participating on this forum. It could get a little one-sided if it was just us oldER dudes (and possibly dude-ettes - though I really haven't seen more than one female posting here).
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