Rocksmith 2014 Edition is the fastest way to learn guitar*. Plug in any real guitar or bass and join over 2 million people learning with the award-winning Rocksmith method.
Rocksmith 2014 Edition is bigger, better, and faster than ever. Rebuilt from the ground-up, you’ll experience vastly improved features, a new look, more flexible and deeper practice tools, new techniques and tunings, over 50 new hit songs, and much more.
With the revolutionary Session Mode, Rocksmith 2014 Edition takes guitar-learning to the next level by allowing you to play guitar with a virtual band that follows your every lead. Select from an assortment of backing instruments or styles, and Session Mode reacts to the notes you play. Record your jams so you can review them or share them with the world.
Start your journey with Rocksmith 2014 Edition, now available on Xbox One® and PlayStation® 4 system.
A proven method to learn guitar fast.
National research studies have found that Rocksmith is the fastest way to learn guitar. Over 95% of players have improved their guitar skills. Whether you’re a beginner touching a guitar for the first time, or a seasoned player mastering your sound, Rocksmith gets you results, fast.
A reimagined experience.
Redesigned menus and in-game interfaces are now clear, smooth, and blazing fast. It’s never been easier to play along and get feedback on your performance as you go.
Learn your favorite songs.
Select from over 50 hit tracks, ranging from alternative rock, to heavy metal, to classic rock, and more. You will learn to play your favorite songs, step-by-step and note-for-note, with tutorials along the way. Rocksmith 2014 Edition is also backward compatible with the songs you have from the original Rocksmith.
Designed for ease and speed.
Features are now more accessible and flexible than ever. A new fully-customizable Riff Repeater lets you select your section, difficulty, and speed on-the-fly. Master Mode has been revamped to make learning by memory more approachable. Or jump into over 10 new and improved Guitarcade mini-games to hone your skills.
An authentic guitar playing experience.
Rocksmith 2014 Edition includes new tunings, techniques, effects, amps, pedals and tones for an unprecedented degree of accuracy and a deeper level of guitar learning than ever before.
Learn to jam with Session Mode.
Session Mode lets you experience playing alongside a virtual band. Choose your own combination of instruments to follow your lead. With on-screen prompts and objectives that motivate learning and improvement, you can enjoy the feeling of jamming whether you’re a beginner or advanced player.
Capture your licks with all-new recording options.
Use the integrated streaming and capture features on the PlayStation® 4 system and Xbox One® to share and record your best performances. Whether it’s a great Session mode run with your virtual band or showing off your favorite custom tone from Tone Designer, you can now record and share your work with ease.
Import your current-gen DLC library.
Players will be able to use their existing DLC purchases across their Xbox 360® and Xbox One® or across their PlayStation® 3 systems and PlayStation® 4 systems without having to repurchase content or pay additional licensing costs. Upgrade without leaving your favorite songs behind and continue to grow your library with access to the over 300 songs available for purchase. New DLC is regularly added to the store and will continue to be cross-compatible.
Improved visual fidelity.
Rocksmith 2014 Edition will feature 1080p HD graphics for greater clarity and visual quality compared to the original releases on the Xbox 360® and PlayStation® 3 system. Players will be able to learn songs and follow along with sharper graphics than ever before. Video lessons have also been updated with higher resolution versions.
Get plugged in.
Rocksmith 2014 Edition is compatible with the original Rocksmith Real Tone Cable that plugs any real guitar directly into your PlayStation® 4 system or Xbox One®.
Exclusive next-gen Rocksmith 2014 feature
Exclusive to Rocksmith 2014 for the PlayStation® 4 system is Remote Play. With Remote Play players will be able to view songs at a locked mastery level without any input required on their PlayStation® Vita systems. This mode is perfect for players looking to review a song in its entirety or to play along with a song without feedback or scoring.
*Research Strategy Group Inc - March 2013 - US nationwide in-home placement study
Requires Guitar or Bass with 1/4 Inch Jack (Sold Separately)
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Fantastic and more importantly gamory was great and quick delivery during covid
Was happily supprised by this software and real tone cable. Allowed me to connect my acoustic guitar as mine has a built in plug. You could also connect an electric guitar or bass ! I don't know a lot about Guitars so I have to say I found the in game instructions very helpful. The software even helps you tune your guitar and shows you how as well ;even if you have little knowledge. I haven't had much chance to fully explore the software but when I tryed a song on beginner level, I noticed how it only showed me a limited number of notes to play and the software even slowed the pace when it noticed that I couldn't keep up. It slowed right down and only picked up speed when I managed to correctly do the cords or notes it required of me. Once the program thought I had the notes correct ; only then did it increase the speed at which I had to play them. I can see how this can be a good way to learn but I wouldn't rely on this program alone but ad it to a selection of ways to learn guitar. It's good as it gives a learner some instant satisfaction while learning to play. I say instant as you feel you have acheived something when you succesfully play the notes at the correct speed required ! Something I do suggest and I need to also take my own advice on this as I have had many people tell me this. Start learning on a nylon string guitar first not metal strings. As metal strings are harder on your fingers. Sorry about my spelling ; Lol
So Rocksmith isn't a game as such, but more a guitar/bass tuition tool. It is a lot of fun to go from the bare bones of a song to exceeding 100% proficiency in rhythm, lead, and bass playing, but I am yet to come away from the game feeling as though I could then play those particular songs live. What the game has done for me however is given me new ideas for my own private development; when I am away from the game, I have all these new ideas and modes to explore. It has blown my music writing and creative scope wide open, and that is a real plus.
I am unsure if anyone will ever learn guitar just from playing this game. I am a proficient musician to start with, and as previously mentioned I haven't come away from this game feeling as though I've learned songs. I have however learned new approaches to playing that I've been able to take into my 'serious music' study.
One thing to keep in mind if buying this game: audio lag/latency is a BIG PROBLEM if you're going through HDMI or a modern receiver with heaps of processing bells and whistles. The only way I've been able to omit lag is to drag my daughters' LG mini-stereo downstairs, plug a toslink optical cable into my x-box one into a digital - analog converter ($35 from Jaycar), and go 3.5m audio out into the little LG stereo. Then plug your x-box directly into the TV via HDMI so you completely bypass all audio processing from the TV and your receiver. You also have to mess around with settings in your x-box and possibly on your TV in order to get all components on the same page as to audio/video path desires. Worth it once you get there though. With the latency unchecked, the game is unplayable.
Came quick connection cord is abit funny with connecting but it could be the guitar 11/10