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#1 IaSg14

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Posted January 9, 2020 - 12:43 PM

Hi everyone, I'm IaSg14! After a year and a half of playing customs & about 11 months of charting customs, I've decided to finally join C3.
However, as you've probably inferred from the title, I only chart for Clone Hero at the moment. You may have seen a few of my customs in the database under submissions from ataeaf (e.g. William Tell Overture (Live) - Glen Campbell, Madhouse (Original Version) - Anthrax...) with added drums and vocals but usually, my charts just contain the following:

Expert Guitar
Expert Bass
Lyrics
(Sometimes) Expert Keys

Since I don't have the technical knowledge to do RB3 Cons for my customs, I'm currently unable to submit any of my 100+ charts to the database. However, much like my agreement with ataeaf, I'm more than happy for anyone to convert my charts to RB3 format and add some drums/vocals/pro-instruments in there if they fancy. There are just a couple of things that I ask though:

1) If you're gonna submit my charts, please let me know first & credit me where appropriate in the post info.
2) Most of my charts will need a bit of reworking for RB3 (e.g. converting taps to HOPOs, removing extended sustains although NONE of my charts contain open notes & I usually avoid keys on guitar, if that makes it easier). I'm happy for people to change those and, if necessary, touch up the tempo map a bit if they're adding drums but I ask that aside from removing Clone Hero exclusive notes, the rest of the chart should remain unchanged. If you do want to edit/improve anything, please send me a message first.

I'll post a list of the charts I've currently made for Clone Hero with download links attached underneath this introduction a bit later. My musical taste is primarily Rock/Metal (especially from the 70s-80s) so I'm hoping my charts will go down well in this community!
Until then, I look forward to sharing my custom content and hope you guys enjoy what I've got to offer; I've certainly enjoyed a lot of amazing C3 charts so it feels good to give something back to you guys. I'm also happy to take feedback about the quality of my charts, although I should mention that my charting style has been compared to a mix of GH:WT and RB2 era, e.g. fun over realism but still trying to stick to proper tabs where suitable.
Thanks for reading!



#2 IaSg14

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Posted January 9, 2020 - 08:48 PM

CHART LIST:

Stiff Competition - Cheap Trick, 1978, Rock
It Ain't Easy Bein' White - David Schwartz, 2013, TV
Good Morning Judge - 10cc, 1977, Classic Rock
Who's The (Bat) Man - Patrick Stump, 2017, Heavy Metal
Dead Girl Superstar - Rob Zombie, 2001, Metal
Proper Stranger - The Guess Who, 1970, Classic Rock
High Country - The Sword, 2015, Hard Rock
Animal - Pearl Jam, 1993, Grunge
The Longest Wave - Red Hot Chili Peppers, 2016, Alternative Rock
Midnight - Red Hot Chili Peppers, 2001, Alternative Rock
Sikamikanico - Red Hot Chili Peppers, 1992, Rock
Higher Ground - Red Hot Chili Peppers, 1989, Rock
Fool's Gold - The Stone Roses, 1989, Alternative Rock
Waterfall - The Stone Roses, 1989, Alternative Rock
Tears - The Stone Roses, 1994, Alternative Rock
Burn On The Flame - Sweet, 1974, Glam Rock
Hell Raiser - Sweet, 1973, Glam Rock
Laura Lee (Show Me The Way) - Sweet, 1977, Classic Rock
Lost Angels - Sweet, 1977, Hard Rock
Show Me The Way - Sweet, 1978, Hard Rock
Freeway Mad - Saxon, 1980, NWOBHM
Militia Guard - Saxon, 1979, NWOBHM
Guardians Of The Tomb - Saxon, 2013, Heavy Metal
Hammer Of The Gods - Saxon, 2011, Heavy Metal
City Lights - Wolfmother, 2016, Hard Rock
Gypsy Caravan - Wolfmother, 2016, Hard Rock
Eye Of The Beholder - Wolfmother, 2016, Hard Rock
Magic Power - Triumph, 1980, Hard Rock
Allied Forces - Triumph, 1980, Hard Rock
Rock & Roll Machine - Triumph, 1979, Hard Rock
The Battle Of Award 42 (A Hat In Time) - Pascal Michael Stiefel, 2016, Video Game
Skyloft (Hyrule Warriors) - Masato Koike, Yuki Matsumura, 2014, Video Game
Boss Theme 1 (Kid Icarus: Uprising) - Yasunori Mitsuda, 2012, Video Game
Terrace Village (Spyro The Dragon) - Stewart Copeland, 1998, Video Game
Glimmer (Spyro 2) - Stewart Copeland, 1999, Video Game
Title/Sparx Level (Spyro: Year Of The Dragon) - Stewart Copeland, 2000, Video Game
Jerkin' Crocus - Mott The Hoople, 1972, Classic Rock
Darkness, Darkness - Mott The Hoople, 1971, Classic Rock
Thunderbuck Ram - Mott The Hoople, 1970, Hard Rock
Solid Gold - Eagles Of Death Metal, 2006, Rock
The Reverend - Eagles Of Death Metal, 2015, Rock
Double Trouble - Lynyrd Skynyrd, 1976, Southern Rock
Homesick - Atlanta Rhythm Section, 1981, Southern Rock
Revival - The Allman Brothers Band, 1970, Southern Rock
Boogie No More - Molly Hatchet, 1979, Southern Rock
The Rambler - Molly Hatchet, 1980, Southern Rock
Gator Country - Molly Hatchet, 1979, Southern Rock
Hawaii 5-0 - Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, 2002, TV
Nord Mead - Miracle Of Sound, 2012, Rock
Mistress Mabel - The Fratellis, 2008, Indie Rock
Apply Some Pressure - Maximo Park, 2005, Alternative Rock
Why Won't You Give Me Your Love? - The Zutons, 2006, Indie Rock
Something Better Change - The Stranglers, 1977, Punk
Hanging Around - The Stranglers, 1977, Punk
A Fairy's Tale - Dream Troll, 2017, Heavy Metal
Deceived - Red Dragon Cartel, 2014, Heavy Metal
I, The Jury - Grand Magus, 2010, Heavy Metal
Octane Gypsy - White Wizzard, 2009, Heavy Metal
Live Free Or Die - White Wizzard, 2010, Heavy Metal
40 Deuces - White Wizzard, 2010, Heavy Metal
Devil's Answer - Atomic Rooster, 1971, Prog Rock
Friday The 13th - Atomic Rooster, 1970, Prog Rock
End Of The Day - Atomic Rooster, 1982, Prog Rock
Buccaneers Of Hispaniola - The Darkness, 2017, Hard Rock
English Country Garden - The Darkness, 2005, Hard Rock
Rock And Roll Deserves To Die - The Darkness, 2019, Hard Rock
Free-For-All - Ted Nugent, 1976, Hard Rock
Just What The Doctor Ordered - Ted Nugent, 1975, Hard Rock
Wang Dang Sweet Poontang - Ted Nugent, 1977, Hard Rock
Paralyzed - Ted Nugent, 1979, Hard Rock
Stormtroopin' - Ted Nugent, 1975, Hard Rock
Wango Tango - Ted Nugent, 1980, Hard Rock
Nobody But Me - The Human Beinz, 1967, Rock
Givin' It All Away - Bachman-Turner Overdrive, 1974, Classic Rock
Middle Of The Road - The Pretenders, 1983, Rock
Summer Fayre - Dodgy, 1991, Alternative Rock
Father Christmas - The Kinks, 1977, Rock
Rock Brigade - Def Leppard, 1980, Hard Rock
Hello America - Def Leppard, 1980, Hard Rock
Sorrow Is A Woman - Def Leppard, 1980, Hard Rock
It Could Be You - Def Leppard, 1980, Hard Rock
Satellite - Def Leppard, 1980, Hard Rock
When The Walls Came Tumbling Down - Def Leppard, 1980, Hard Rock
Wasted - Def Leppard, 1980, Hard Rock
Rocks Off - Def Leppard, 1980, Hard Rock
It Don't Matter - Def Leppard, 1980, Hard Rock
Answer To The Master - Def Leppard, 1980, Hard Rock
Overture - Def Leppard, 1980, Hard Rock
Bridge Burning - Foo Fighters, 2011, Rock
The One - Foo Fighters, 2001, Rock
Outside - Foo Fighters, 2014, Rock
Good Times - The Easybeats, 1968, Rock
Sorry - The Easybeats, 1966, Rock
She's So Fine - The Easybeats, 1965, Rock

Come Follow Me - The Answer, 2006, Rock

Under The Sky - The Answer, 2006, Rock

Demon Eyes - The Answer, 2009, Rock

Spectacular - The Answer, 2013, Rock

Vida (I Want You) - The Answer, 2011, Rock

One More Revival - The Answer, 2011, Rock

Let It Rain - Eric Clapton, 1970, Classic Rock

Forever Man - Eric Clapton, 1985, Rock

Bad Love - Eric Clapton, 1989, Rock

Time After Time - Elliot Minor, 2008, Pop Rock

I Want The World To Stop - Belle and Sebastian, 2010, Pop Rock

Forever - DNCE, 2017, Pop Rock

Long Live Rock 'n' Roll - Rainbow, 1978, Hard Rock

The Temple Of The King - Rainbow, 1975, Classic Rock

Jealous Lover - Rainbow, 1981, Hard Rock

L.A. Connection - Rainbow, 1978, Hard Rock

All Night Long - Rainbow, 1979, Hard Rock

Death Alley Driver - Rainbow, 1982, Hard Rock

Kiss the Go-Goat - Ghost, 2019, Hard Rock

Mary on a Cross - Ghost, 2019, Hard Rock

Idolatrine - Ghost, 2013, Hard Rock

Race With The Devil - Girlschool, 1980, Heavy Metal

Wargasm - L7, Grunge, 1992

White Trash - JOANovARC, 2016, Rock

Mother Goose - Jethro Tull, 1971, Folk Rock

The Witch's Promise - Jethro Tull, 1970, Folk Rock

The Whistler - Jethro Tull, 1977, Folk Rock

Throw Down - Tenacious D, 2012, Rock
Senorita - Tenacious D, 2012, Rock

Explosivo - Tenacious D, 2001, Rock

Lee - Tenacious D, 2001, Rock

The Road - Tenacious D, 2001, Rock
Don't Blow It, Kage - Tenacious D - 2019, Rock

Copperhead Road - Steve Earle, 1988, Country

Say You Love Me - Rodney Crowell, 2005, Country

This Is Country Music - Brad Paisley, 2011, Country

Avalon - Slash, ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, 2013, Hard Rock

30 Years To Life - Slash, ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, 2013, Hard Rock

The Dissident - Slash, ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, 2013, Hard Rock

Angel Of Death - Thin Lizzy, 1981, Hard Rock

Killer On The Loose - Thin Lizzy, 1980, Hard Rock

Opium Trail - Thin Lizzy, 1977, Hard Rock

Rosalie (Live) - Thin Lizzy, 1978, Classic Rock

Waiting For An Alibi - Thin Lizzy, 1979, Classic Rock

Whiskey In The Jar - Thin Lizzy, 1972, Classic Rock

Paper Shoes - Incubus, 2006, Alternative Rock

Free - Phish, 1996, Alternative Rock

Gone Man - Eels, 2010, Alternative Rock

Law Man - Jefferson Airplane, 1971, Classic Rock

Volunteers - Jefferson Airplane, 1969, Classic Rock

Let Me In - Jefferson Airplane, 1966, Classic Rock

Crash Course In Brain Surgery - Budgie, 1974, Heavy Metal

It's Electric - Diamond Head, 1980, NWOBHM

Midnight Mover - Accept, 1985, Heavy Metal

Another Piece Of Meat - Scorpions, 1979, Heavy Metal

Sign Of The Crimson Storm - Riot, 1988, Heavy Metal

Under The Blade - Twisted Sister, 1982, Heavy Metal

Man On The Silver Mountain - Rainbow, 1975, Hard Rock

Waste Your Tears - The Answer, 2011, Rock

Deus In Absentia - Ghost, 2015, Hard Rock

Hotter Than Hell - KISS, 1974, Hard Rock

Love Her All I Can - KISS, 1975, Hard Rock

Sweet Pain - KISS, 1977, Hard Rock

Cheating On You - Franz Ferdinand, 2004, Indie Rock
40' - Franz Ferdinand, 2004, Indie Rock
Jacqueline - Franz Ferdinand, 2004, Indie Rock
Let It All Out - Ram Jam, 1977, Classic Rock
Drivin' Wheel - Foghat, 1976, Classic Rock
Shinin' On - Grand Funk Railroad, 1975, Classic Rock
Keep On Runnin' - Journey, 1981, Classic Rock
Lay It Down - Journey, 1981, Classic Rock
Dead Or Alive - Journey, 1981, Classic Rock
19 Witches - Monster Magnet, 1998, Hard Rock
Tractor - Monster Magnet, 1998, Hard Rock
Radiation Day - Monster Magnet, 2004, Hard Rock
Back In Time - Huey Lewis and The News, 1985, Pop Rock

We Are Not Alone - Karla DeVito, 1985, Pop Rock

Winner Takes It All - Sammy Hagar, 1987, Hard Rock

Caught In The Middle - The Temperance Movement, 2018, Rock
Built-In Forgetter - The Temperance Movement, 2018, Rock
Love And Devotion - The Temperance Movement, 2018, Rock
Help You Ann - Lyres, 1982, Rock

Dirty Red - The Morlocks, 2006, Rock

She Changes Like The Weather - Nic Armstrong & The Thieves, 2004, Rock

NEW Jet Boy - New York Dolls, 1973, Punk Rock

NEW Love Song - The Damned, 1979, Punk Rock

NEW News Of The World - The Jam, 1978, Punk Rock

NEW Hammer Of Heaven - The Sword, 2012, Heavy Metal
NEW Daughter Of Dawn - The Sword, 2020, Hard Rock
NEW The Dreamthieves - The Sword, 2015, Hard Rock
NEW Boorman The Chauffeur - Blue Oyster Cult, 1974, Classic Rock
NEW Hot Rails To Hell - Blue Oyster Cult, 1973, Classic Rock
NEW Redeemed - Blue Oyster Cult, 1972, Classic Rock
NEW Tattoo Vampire - Blue Oyster Cult, 1976, Classic Rock
NEW Heavy Metal: The Black and Silver - Blue Oyster Cult, 1981, Rock
NEW Golden Age Of Leather - Blue Oyster Cult, 1977, Classic Rock
 

I intend to add to this list as I make more charts (obviously) so keep an eye out for more additions.
If any of these individual links don't work or are incorrect, you can also visit this link for a Google Docs spreadsheet containing all the above charts (and some more). I'm aware some of these songs are already on C3 as customs but I've included them anyway, just in case you fancy playing someone else's interpretation of some great music.
You can use the spreadsheet to see my WIP list too, although I may post them here at some point as well.
Oh yeah, and feel free to make requests! I can't guarantee I'll do them but I have a 250+ to-do list so you never know if what you want is on there!



#3 IaSg14

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Posted January 9, 2020 - 08:49 PM

[RESERVED FOR FUTURE CHARTS; NO IDEA IF I NEED TO DO THIS OR NOT BUT I FIGURE BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY]



#4 Nintendo113

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Posted January 9, 2020 - 10:19 PM

Oh snap, that's a really great list of songs! I'm a chump so I don't chart anything, but I'm planning on finally starting to contribute by learning this year. 

 

Glad to see some Molly Hatchet and Paralyzed charted though, hopefully someone will pick up on these and make em full band! 



#5 Atruejedi

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Posted January 9, 2020 - 10:20 PM

I'm very interested in full-banding The Zutons and The Fratellis songs you've listed. No time soon, but down the line. I'm currently charting Whistle for the Choir.


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#6 Sr.Moog

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Posted January 9, 2020 - 10:39 PM

I'm interested in RHCP's songs, I talked to you through messages!

#7 IaSg14

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Posted January 9, 2020 - 11:04 PM

Got your message HighFlyingBirds and sent you a reply!
To everyone else, thanks for the kind words! If you're liking the list so far, I'm excited to reveal stuff I've got planned for the next few months!



#8 Caserol23

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Posted January 10, 2020 - 04:36 PM

Hi everyone, I'm IaSg14! After a year and a half of playing customs & about 11 months of charting customs, I've decided to finally join C3.
However, as you've probably inferred from the title, I only chart for Clone Hero at the moment. You may have seen a few of my customs in the database under submissions from ataeaf (e.g. William Tell Overture (Live) - Glen Campbell, Madhouse (Original Version) - Anthrax...) with added drums and vocals but usually, my charts just contain the following:

Expert Guitar
Expert Bass
Lyrics
(Sometimes) Expert Keys

Since I don't have the technical knowledge to do RB3 Cons for my customs, I'm currently unable to submit any of my 100+ charts to the database. However, much like my agreement with ataeaf, I'm more than happy for anyone to convert my charts to RB3 format and add some drums/vocals/pro-instruments in there if they fancy. There are just a couple of things that I ask though:

1) If you're gonna submit my charts, please let me know first & credit me where appropriate in the post info.
2) Most of my charts will need a bit of reworking for RB3 (e.g. converting taps to HOPOs, removing extended sustains although NONE of my charts contain open notes & I usually avoid keys on guitar, if that makes it easier). I'm happy for people to change those and, if necessary, touch up the tempo map a bit if they're adding drums but I ask that aside from removing Clone Hero exclusive notes, the rest of the chart should remain unchanged. If you do want to edit/improve anything, please send me a message first.

I'll post a list of the charts I've currently made for Clone Hero with download links attached underneath this introduction a bit later. My musical taste is primarily Rock/Metal (especially from the 70s-80s) so I'm hoping my charts will go down well in this community!
Until then, I look forward to sharing my custom content and hope you guys enjoy what I've got to offer; I've certainly enjoyed a lot of amazing C3 charts so it feels good to give something back to you guys. I'm also happy to take feedback about the quality of my charts, although I should mention that my charting style has been compared to a mix of GH:WT and RB2 era, e.g. fun over realism but still trying to stick to proper tabs where suitable.
Thanks for reading!


hey, you are recharting a awesome chart songs... like me, i'm beginner and player of Guitar Flash, and i had a bunch of Guitar Flash Customs that i've been charted... my or this project will made this a best challenge for me...

there had tutorial at this forum, look at it and carefully to understand the methods hehe...

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#9 Bansheeflyer

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Posted January 11, 2020 - 01:36 AM

Glad to see some Molly Hatchet...charted though, hopefully someone will pick up on these and make em full band! 

I've got some Molly Hatchet in the works!


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#10 IaSg14

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Posted January 11, 2020 - 04:43 PM

Cool! Feel free to use the guitar bass/charts for those songs if you fancy. Gator Country is a personal favourite chart of mine (although it does contain extended sustains and POSSIBLY tap notes) but all of them are absolutely banging on guitar!

UPDATE: Added new charts!
The Easybeats 01:
Good Times
Sorry
She's So Fine

I also did Friday On My Mind but since there's already a really great chart of that on C3, I figure it's not needed here.



#11 rubydanger

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Posted January 11, 2020 - 05:32 PM

So I love the contributing. I dont know if you are charting the new ones or digging up files on your system. I looked at converting Def Leppard wasted but I almost feel the conversion would be more work than just recharting it.

Im not trying to be discouraging but have some tips/suggestions if you are indeed making these.

Avoid bpm markers outside of measure markers. Wasteds chart has a bunch at 1/4 and 1/8 measures that dont convert well.
For me, conversions are much easier at 480 resolution rather the 192 wasted is done in.
I am fairly new to rock band authoring as well and the part I found most helpful was learning how to make a solid tempo map in reaper. That made all my old charts just flow and so much easier to work with.

I still might look at wasted again and of course I would give you credit, good luck and I hope you stick around. Feel free to reach out anytime.

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#12 IaSg14

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Posted January 11, 2020 - 05:56 PM

Thanks for the feedback!
I don’t know the technical ins & outs of charting for Rock Band with Reaper (Moonscraper all the way for me) but I can confirm that every single one of these tracks works perfectly in Clone Hero. Sync issues can be fixed by deleting the metadata delay & I’ve paid no attention to the resolution settings because, as I said, they all worked in that game.
BPM markers outside of measure markers seems a little inaccurate when pre-90s recordings can fluctuate in tempo throughout, although I can imagine this is a bigger issue for a game like Rock Band with a much tighter engine than CH.
Again, all of these charts will need work to make them RB ready but what I’m offering is a free tempo map & note placement for guitar/bass. The rest is up to you guys. I’d recommend using the Def Leppard ones, rubydanger, as they’re all great fun to play. Entirely up to you, of course.

#13 rubydanger

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Posted January 13, 2020 - 08:21 AM

I should clarify that a little, the TS at the measure thing I was referring to is only for conversions, but I found an easy work-around

 

I went ahead and did Wasted, if you want to check it out.  I am waiting to get drums for it before I add it to the main database

http://customscreato...d/?p=1000053157

 

Feel free to link it if you want.


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#14 IaSg14

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Posted January 27, 2020 - 09:35 PM

UPDATE: Added new charts!

The Answer 01

Featuring:

 

Come Follow Me

Under The Sky

Demon Eyes

Spectacular

Vida (I Want You)
One More Revival

 

Surprised nobody showed any interest in these guys after their awesome Never Too Late from GH:WT. Turns out they have a bunch of other great songs too (with plenty of alternatives for a potential The Answer 02 in the future!). Enjoy!



#15 nsw1-6

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Posted January 28, 2020 - 02:52 AM

Whatever that mystery Rainbow song is in the spreadsheet, judging by the year of 1975, I'd probably be interested in converting it to RB3 for you once you release it.



#16 IaSg14

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Posted January 28, 2020 - 10:11 PM

There's one of two fairly well known Rainbow songs it could be; hopefully I don't disappoint.
Also, nsw1-6, I must say that I love your charts and musical taste. It's always a good day when I see a new batch of your charts hitting C3 so keep up the awesome work!



#17 Vinny Reed

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Posted January 29, 2020 - 08:06 AM

I’m excited for some more Mott The Hoople songs (hope you can do All the way from Memphis some day)

#18 IaSg14

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Posted January 29, 2020 - 08:27 AM

There might be more Mott The Hoople in the future but for now, there's only this 3-pack. There's definitely one more song of theirs I want to chart at some point this year.
2 of the songs (Jerkin Crocus & Thunderbuck Ram) also contain Keys charts. If you haven't heard of the songs, it's probably because they're either deep cuts or come from albums before David Bowie turned them into a Glam band but I recommend all of them; they're simple but fun on guitar.



#19 Vinny Reed

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Posted January 29, 2020 - 08:14 PM

There might be more Mott The Hoople in the future but for now, there's only this 3-pack. There's definitely one more song of theirs I want to chart at some point this year.
2 of the songs (Jerkin Crocus & Thunderbuck Ram) also contain Keys charts. If you haven't heard of the songs, it's probably because they're either deep cuts or come from albums before David Bowie turned them into a Glam band but I recommend all of them; they're simple but fun on guitar.

That’s hella cool

#20 IaSg14

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Posted January 31, 2020 - 01:32 PM

UPDATE: New charts!

Eric Clapton 01:
Let It Rain
Forever Man
Bad Love

Let It Rain was one of the songs in PowerGig (remember PowerGig?) but the chart is noticeably different to theirs.
Also, if any of you play Clone Hero, I strongly recommend picking up Bad Love. Of all my own charts, it's my personal favourite and as far as outro edits go, I think it's my finest work.

Anyway, enough self-promotion. Enjoy these charts!







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