I got them after rehearsal tonite and I love em... haven't played message yet but synchronicity II is one of my all time favs and I played that like 6 or 7 times. I love roxanne as well, simple yet bawss. It is better when you can sing along tho...
On the subject of the DLC, so far I've only downloaded Sync II (waiting for the teaser next week to decide how to spend my remaining points). I'm having tons of fun with it, it flows so smoothly and at a nice pace. Honestly I'll prolly end up buying all three songs at some point, I'm just budgeting the points for now.
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I really liked Synchronicity II although the B string pulloff sounds really bad. I think I need to listen to the song to see if it's maybe a quieter part of the song. I think I'm at 45k right now for it. I played Roxanne a couple of times before heading to bed and it was pretty easy once I got the chords down. The muted G and B strings are still eluding me so I've been playing them straight until I get the sequence down. Both are definitely finger stretchers though.
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I'm sorta sick of message in a bottle because of guitar hero and the newer versions that came out recently. Roxanne is always an awesome song for me though.
[QUOTE=th1rtyf0ur;8286602, it seems to have some interesting chords that you won't learn in Dawn of the Chordead (sus, 7sus, etc.), and it's possible they put it in there for some variety in style/difficulty (I'm assuming, having only seen the promo vid once, that it's a little easier than the other more lead-oriented songs- at least for more rhythm/chord-oriented players).[/QUOTE]
Hmmmm...... i wonder if new chords in new songs do show up in Dawn of the Chordead. Can anybody confirm if this is the case or not?
Also I use Adobe Premier Elements for my movies. I'm not sure where I got my copy...it may have been bundled already on a computer I bought but or a video camera. I don't remember. It does have the PIP feature along with a lot of other features. Much better than Windows movie maker. There may be some decent free video editing software out there though.
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Wow. You know what's really interesting about this? You got 110,000 even. And, 100% note accuracy. Which, bringing out my inner geek makes me wonder if 110,000 is the max possible score for non-MM, or could it have possibly been higher?