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    please list pc system requirements as no one will give me a straight answer I have amd a64 x2 6000+ 3.0 am2 2x1m cpu,ati x900xt vid card w 528 mbs,and run xp home all others specs ill meet or beat.
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    I'm with you on the specs. I'm sure my rig can run it, I just wonder why there isn't more PC data/info coming.

    I have a feeling there's a room full of internal testers who haven't slept in like 2 weeks plugging up stuff.

    Having beta'd a few games I really hope it comes out on time. It just smells a little funny.
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    Im sure my Desktop can run it, but ya Im with you on the specs also. Im on the road alot and would like to know if I can run it on my laptop. Amazes me they have a Dec release date for the PC and even taking pre orders but no specs yet.
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    If you are going to play guitar with the computer, I would suggest looking at Guitar Pro and downloading tabs for it. It's a great tool to learn and practice with. Not to mention writing your own ideas down.

    You probably also want to look into Reaper.fm and toontrack.com

    Rocksmith is great fun and I recommend it, but it will only bring you so far in your journey to play guitar.
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    Originally posted by rednhax:
    If you are going to play guitar with the computer, I would suggest looking at Guitar Pro and downloading tabs for it. It's a great tool to learn and practice with. Not to mention writing your own ideas down.

    You probably also want to look into Reaper.fm and toontrack.com

    Rocksmith is great fun and I recommend it, but it will only bring you so far in your journey to play guitar.
    Ya thouse are good programs, for thouse that want to get more then just a game. I myself like this cause it puts it into a game form. I could never play the guitar with rock band because I keep wanting to play the cords and ya cant do that with 4 buttons lol.
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    actually I,ve been playing a long time .I really want the game more for all the effects pedals.
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    Any thoughts on this JAMVOX?
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    Originally posted by MuaKell:
    Any thoughts on this JAMVOX?
    It looks really good. I know I'll probably be getting once I'm a little more proficient on the axe.
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    ya I think I'm gonna pass on this and get Jamvox instead.
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