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Rock Band Guitar Thread

The Old OP (un-fixed)

[b][u]Short List of un-FCed songs in order of difficulty:[/u]

3) "Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)" by Motley Crue
2) "The Great Southern Trendkill" by Pantera
1) "Crawl" by Kings of Leon

Short List of FCed songs in order by date of first FC:[/b][/u]

25) "Well Thought Out Twinkles" by Silversun Pickups (1/21/2009) ukog-monkey)
24) "For Those About to Rock (We Salute You) (Live)" by AC/DC (1/21/2009) (sk84life293)
23) "Blood Sugar Sex Magik" by Red Hot Chili Peppers (1/22/2009) (ukog-monkey)
22) "Green Grass and High Tides" by The Outlaws (2/8/2009) (ukog-monkey)
21) "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (Live)" by AC/DC (3/27/2009) (strikebowler585)
20) "Whole Lotta Rosie (Live)" by AC/DC (4/6/2009) (ukog-monkey)
19) "Constant Motion" by Dream Theater (4/6/2009) (strikebowler585)
18) "Let There Be Rock (Live)" by AC/DC (5/1/2009) (ukog-monkey)
17) "Idiots Rule" by Jane's Addiction (5/6/2009) (ukog-monkey)
16) "The Great Satan" by Ministry (6/3/2009) (cirkit)
15) "Thrasher" by Evile (6/15/2009) (ukog-monkey)
14) "Hell Hole" by Spinal Tap (8/12/2009) (southparkhero)
13) "Aesthetics of Hate" by Machine Head (9/27/2009) (Orson)
12) "My Last Words" by Megadeth (10/8/2009) (ukog-monkey)
11) "Icky Thump" by The White Stripes (11/18/2009) (ukog-monkey)
10) "Refugee (Live)" by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (12/1/2009 (ukog-monkey)
9) "Hangar 18" by Megadeth (2/23/2010) (ukog-monkey)
8) "Five Magics" by Megadeth (2/28/2010) (JPrez44)
7) "Spanish Castle Magic" by The Jimi Hendrix Experience (4/7/2010) (ProfessorJoe)
6) "You Got Me Floatin'" by The Jimi Hendrix Experience (4/7/2010) (ProfessorJoe)
5) "Bold As Love" by The Jimi Hendrix Experience (4/10/2010) (sean2490)
4) "Suicide Note Pt. II" by Pantera (6/5/2010) (strikebowler585)
3) "East Jesus Nowhere" by Green Day (6/6/2010) (The WhiteKenya)


23 songs out of 26 have been FCed.

ukog-monkey has FCed 11 of these songs.
strikebowler585 has FCed 3 of these songs.
ProfessorJoe has FCed 2 of these songs.
sk84life293 has FCed 1 of these songs.
cirkit has FCed 1 of these songs.
southparkhero has FCed 1 of these songs.
Orson has FCed 1 of these songs.
JPrez44 has FCed 1 of these songs.
sean2490 has FCed 1 of these songs.
The WhiteKenya has FCed 1 of these songs.

Main List songs:

[url=]Well Thought Out Twinkles FC[/url]done
[url=]For Those About to Rock (We Salute You) (Live) FC[/url]done
[url=]Blood Sugar Sex Magik 99%[/url]done
[url=]Green Grass and High Tides FC[/url]
[url=]Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (Live) FC[/url]
[url=]Whole Lotta Rosie (Live) FC[/url]
[url=]Constant Motion FC[/url]
[url=]Let There Be Rock (Live) FC[/url]
[url=]Idiots Rule FC[/url]
[url=]The Great Satan FC[/url]
[url=]Thrasher FC[/url]
[url=]Hell Hole FC[/url]
[url=]Aesthetics of Hate FC[/url]
[url=]My Last Words FC[/url]
[url=]Icky Thump FC[/url]
[url=]Refugee (Live) FC[/url]
[url=]Hangar 18 FC[/url]
[url=]Five Magics FC[/url]
[url=]Spanish Castle Magic 99%[/url]
[url=]You Got Me Floatin' 97%[/url]
[url=]Bold As Love 98%[/url]
[url=]East Jesus Nowhere 99%[/url]
[url=]East Jesus Nowhere Bridge FC[/url]
[url=]Dont' Go Away Mad (Just Go Away) 99%[/url]
[url=]Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away) Solo 1b FC[/url]
[url=]Crawl 98%[/url]
[url=]Crawl Solo A FC (90% speed)[/url]

Hall of Fame Songs:

[url=]Blackened FC[/url]
[url=]Sleepwalker FC[/url]
[url=]I Ain't Superstitious FC[/url]
[url=]Bat Country FC[/url]
[url=]Better FC[/url]
[url=]Riad 'N the Bedouins FC[/url]
[url=]There Was A Time FC[/url]
[url=]The Number of the Beast FC[/url]
[url=]Warriors of Time FC[/url]
[url=]Caprici Di Diablo FC[/url]
[url=]Afterlife FC[/url]
[url=]Should've Been A Cowboy FC[/url]
[url=]She's A Hottie FC[/url]
[url=]Waking the Demon FC[/url]
[url=]Black Magic FC[/url]
[url=]Damnation Game FC[/url]
[url=]Embedded FC[/url]
[url=]Testify FC[/url]
[url=]Satch Boogie FC[/url]
[url=]Surfing With the Alien 92%[/url]
[url=]Stonehenge FC[/url]
[url=]Sulfur FC[/url]
[url=]Green Grass and High Tides (bass) FC[/url]
[url=]Visions (bass) FC[/url]
[url=]Thrasher (bass) FC[/url]

Hall of Fame:[/b][/u]

Note: The contents of this section are 100% subjective.

This is a section for songs that are well-known for their high FC difficulty and/or went un-FCed for an extended period of time before this thread was created. There is no objective criteria for this section; the songs contained within will be based on community opinion of what does/doesn't belong.

"Blackened" by Metallica: Solo A is incredibly difficult; the song was launch DLC with Rock Band 1 and it still has hardly any FCs.

"Sleepwalker" by Megadeth: Solo 2b was considered impossible or near-impossible at the time of this song's release; the song still has very few FCs.

"I Ain't Superstitious" by Megadeth: The insanity in Chorus 2 is probably the hardest section in any Megadeth song barring the fast strumming in My Last Words. The section itself went un-FCed for quite some time.

"Bat Country" by Avenged Sevenfold: This song is mainly here because of bad solo charting--it's similar to Beast and the Harlot solo D in Guitar Hero 2. Because of the strum limit, the best way to approach this strumming in the solo is with the "Ballroom Blitz technique," although that's much easier said than done.

"Better" by Guns 'N Roses: This song is here because of Chorus 3, which contains one of Buckethead's insane tapping parts. It was FCed very quickly, but still has only a handful of FCs.

"Riad 'N the Bedouins" by Guns 'N Roses: This song is, like Better, here because of an insane tapping part by Buckethead. This time, it's Pre-Verse 3.

"There Was A Time" by Guns 'N Roses: Extremely fast ascending triplets at the end of the song.

"The Number of the Beast" by Iron Maiden: This is the cover version; it's second solo contains a very difficult fast strumming part with the pattern OYYY (repeat several times). Because of the pattern, hammer-ons can be abused to make it easier.

"Warriors of Time" by Black Tide: Third solo contains several very difficult parts, including fast descending triplets, a "Number of the Beast part" (see above), and fast 4-note scales reminiscent of I Wanna Be Your Man's solo.

"Caprici Di Diablo" by Yngwie Malmsteen: Although this song was FCed very quickly (largely due to the fact that it's undercharted), it's still extremely difficult, and is known by average players as one of the hardest songs in the game to pass. The third solo is by far the hardest part, but nothing in the song is really "easy."

"Afterlife" by Avenged Sevenfold: Solo D is ridiculous, though not extremely so; looked much harder than generally thought of now when it was released; there are a fair amount of FCs now, but this is still a very impressive song to FC.

"Should've Been A Cowboy" and "She's A Hottie" by Toby Keith: You may be wondering, why the heck are these songs in here? They're not very challenging and they sure aren't hard FCs that an above-average player couldn't do. Regardless, they still caused quite a ruckus when the entire community for some reason thought they lasted Un-FCed long enough to make the list, and this debacle angered many. When it was finally discovered that both these songs were FCed in two days, a community facepalm occurred. Credit to SirRobin1tothe3 for this description.

"Waking the Demon" by Bullet For My Valentine: Difficult riffs, two fast strumming parts, and an extremely fast trill in the solo.

"Black Magic" by Slayer: 2 insane, very confusing solos.

"Damnation Game" by Yngwie Malmsteen: Ascending triplets at the end of the song are VERY fast; there's also the long and difficult solo to contend with.

"Embedded" by Job For a Cowboy: Verse 2C has 4 quick bursts of fast strumming that are very hard to hit because of the strum limit; hardly anybody has FCed this.

"Testify" by Stevie Ray Vaughan: Second solo has a crazy fast strumming pattern on blue and orange; both solos are charted very poorly (random strum hell) and as such are extremely awkward to play.

"Satch Boogie" by Joe Satriani: Easier to FC in Rock Band than in Guitar Hero: World tour due to lack of broken purple notes, but the sweeps are still very hard; also, for normal people, this is probably the hardest song ever in Rock Band to pass.

"Surfing With the Alien" by Joe Satriani: The trills were already hard in Guitar Hero 3, but now you actually have to hit them accurately. Ouch.

"Stonehenge" by Spinal Tap: Has one really stupid fast strumming part.

"Sulfur" by Slipknot: Two tough fast strumming parts and a very hard solo.

"Guns of Summer" by Coheed and Cambria: Very hard all-around with an extremely tricky and fast strumming solo.

"Green Grass and High Tides" by The Outlaws (bass): Solo 2E is very similar to guitar (although a little shorter and thus easier).

"Visions" by Abnormality (bass): The bridge is insane, containing ridiculously fast bursts of strumming. Much, much harder than the guitar part.

"Thrasher" by Evile (bass): Think about the fast strumming in the guitar part, but with less breaks and sustained throughout the entire song. Not fun; also probably the hardest chart in any game to 5-star/gold-star/do well on overall.

[u][b]Un-FCed songs:[/b][/u]

3) [b]Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)[/b]


I think that one of two things are true about this song. Either it's the most underrated song ever for FC difficulty or people just don't care about it because they think that it's impossible. Most of the song is relatively easy. However, the first solo is extremely tough to even get an awesome on because of the crazy fast strumming that ends it. It consists of 2.5 measures of 32nd notes. The speed is 16.3 NPS for the first 3 beats, after which it is 16.5 NPS for the remainder of the part. There are many fret changes in this part, and some are off-beat, but they are all on downstrums (assuming that you start on a downstrum). This means that there are also many hammer-ons, which may be the key to FCing this song. Consider this: if we stop at the Y before the OY hammer-ons at the end, there are 80 notes in this sequence. However, 16 of them are hammer-ons, because one occurs every time the fret changes. That reduces the total amount of strummed notes to 64 if you use every hammer-on. Obviously, this is very, very difficult to do, but with this method, you will only have to strum a maximum of 15 notes in a row, and that only happens once (at the end). Clearly, the strum limit is probably not going to allow you to strum 80 notes in a row at 16.3-16.5 NPS without dropping one, so if you want this FC, you're going to have to be good with using hammer-ons in fast strumming. Also, you should know that even if you can hit the "impossible" part, there's a very odd trill at the end of the second solo just waiting to destroy you. It starts slow, then very briefly increases to 13.4 NPS before slowing back down. Make sure that you can hit that consistently before attempting this FC, because it would really suck to choke there. ukog-monkey has FCed the strumming.

2) [b]The Great Southern Trendkill[/b]

Chart: [url][/url]

(Description later)

1) [b]Crawl[/b]

Chart: [url][/url]

A new song ranked above everything we've ever seen before? That's right. How, you ask? It's very similar to the former #1, Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away) in that it is basically an overall easy song to play, but with one hard part that's incredibly difficult to hit, that part being a fast strumming, strum limit-violating part. Obviously, we're going to break this part down quite intensely. The strumming occurs at the very beginning of the solo (which is at the end of the song). It lasts for approximately 2.25 measures of 4/4 time (9 beats, plus one pick-up note at the beginning, which is a hammer-on and should definitely not be strummed). The speed is exactly 17 NPS until the third note of the fourth blue streak, at which it increases to 17.4 NPS. For the last six notes (4 yellows followed by two blues), the speed drops down slightly to 17.2 NPS. There are 109 total notes, 23 of which are hammer-ons. Using the hammer-ons (much easier said than done) will obviously be important, but there are several long streaks of the same note (no hammer-ons); notably the first green streak (14), the first blue streak (15), and the fourth green streak (11). For comparison, the yellow streak in Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away) (the only notably long streak without hammer-ons in that song) contains 16 notes. Notably, there are also 2 parts of the strumming in which you get 2 hammer-ons in a row, and 1 part where you even get 3 hammer-ons in a row. Fortunately, the difficulty of the song after this crazy strumming part is just a little bit more difficult than Don't Go Away Mad (Just Go Away); that is to say it isn't difficult and shouldn't pose a problem to somebody attempting an FC. The song ends just a few seconds after the solo does. Make sure that you are familiar with the back half of the solo if you are attempting an FC, as chokes are not completely out of the question, especially if you are sightreading that part due to not ever playing real runs of the song. Know that there are a few random strums in the solo (as there are in most solos), which are annoying but not difficult to hit in this case. Also, make sure that you are aware of the "tag" note at the end of the song...meaning that after you hit the last green sustain in the solo, there is still one more note at the end of the sustain...PAY ATTENTION! Nobody has FCed the strumming yet, making it the only un-FCed section in all of Rock Band guitar/bass.


[b]FCed songs:[/b][/u]

7) [b]Well Thought Out Twinkles[/b]


There's not really much to say about this song, as there's only one hard part. However, that one part makes it the 7th hardest FC [note: ignore the anachronism there] in the game. I'm talking (of course) about the last measure of the solo. It consists of 4 G 16th notes on beat 1, then G 32nd notes through beats 2, 3, and 4. The 32nd notes are about the same speed as the bursts in Lazy Eye, but there are way more of them. It starts at 16.7 NPS on beat 2, then drops to 16.52 NPS for beats 3 and 4. This drop is not really noticeable, but it might be important. Luckily for anyone that manages to combo this, it's almost impossible to choke afterwards. First FCed by ukog-monkey on 1/21/2009.

11) [b] For Those About to Rock (We Salute You) (Live)[/b]


Honestly, I can't figure out why this song hasn't been full comboed yet. It's certainly not easy, but I don't see anything uber-hard in it. Solo 2 is somewhat difficult, and it is followed by a 12.67 NPS trill-strumming-trill sequence, which is probably the hardest part of the song. After that, we have the notorious streams of chords at the end of the song, which is what I thought was holding people back at first. However, I discovered that these streams are only 10.1 NPS, with two brief moments of higher speed. The first such moment occurs in the last measure of the RY chords, where it jumps to 12 NPS. The second occurs on the 5th GR chord and lasts for exactly one beat, with a new speed of 13 NPS. The YO chords right before the Big Rock Ending are just 10.1 NPS. There are no awkward strumming patterns or rhythms either. Every note in the streams is a 32nd note, and every chord change is on the beat. First FCed by sk84life293 on 1/21/2009.

10) [b]Blood Sugar Sex Magik[/b]


This is the other non-FC on guitar that I'm a little confused about. I think it's a little harder to get than For Those About to Rock (We Salute You) (Live), but it really should have been done by now. I'm guessing that people just can't stand having to re-do the song because of the very end of it. There are only 2 hard parts: the YBO strumming early in the song and the really fast strumming at the end. The YBO strummng isn't even fast really (only 9.9 NPS), but it's hard because it is 2 beats of 32nd notes preceded by ONE 16th note. It's easy to restart if you miss there anyway, and it's not hard at all once you know the rhythm. The actual reason why this song hasn't been done is, obviously, the fast strumming at the end. Now, let's just look at it. The slow RY chords right before it are 10.3 NPS. They feel like 16ths but they are 32nds like the rest, just at a much slower tempo. On the RB chords, the tempo really picks up and the speed is now 14 NPS. On the YO chords, it increases ever so slightly to 14.1 NPS. There is also an offbeat change to the BO chords, as there are only three YO chords. Obviously, this section is very hard, and it will be affected by the strum limit, but guess what? Move Along's orange streak is faster than all of it (at 14.67 NPS) and even I've FCed that song. First FCed by ukog-monkey on 1/22/09.

8) [b]Green Grass and High Tides[/b]


The only remaining on-disc FC across all Rock Band AND Guitar Hero games. This is definitely the one that you should go for if you want recognition, because tough DLC FCs get no respect (I made an appeal earlier in this post, but I doubt it'll change anything). You are probably in awe seeing it this low on the list. However, I am fairly sure that everything below is harder. I could be wrong though. Anyway, we all know what's so hard about this song: the 15.1 NPS strumming hell that is solo 2E. This is nearly impossible to hit because of the strum limit. However, even I have streaked it for a few beats on full speed, and I've FCed it on 70% (proving that the elites should be able to get the FC someday). While solo 2E is the "impossible" part, the rest of the song isn't a cakewalk either. To make things worse, the hardest of the "easy" rest of the song is the rest of the 2nd solo after the fast strumming, which makes choking very possible. In fact, ukog-monkey managed to hit solo 2E in a real run, but he choked somewhere afterward (a little after 70% on the runs) and ended with a 2800 note streak or so. If he can choke, anybody can, so don't take the remainder of solo 2 lightly. First FCed by ukog-monkey on 2/8/2009.

3) [b]Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap (Live)[/b]


This song contains (almost) no strum limit-violating fast strumming! So how is it so high on the list? Two words: outro solo. That's not to say that the first solo is easy though, because it's certainly not. It contains a sequence of 16th note triplets that lasts for slightly over 7 measures. The speed of these triplets ranges from 13.3 NPS to 13.6 NPS, and the fingering is very awkward at the end (also the part where the 13.6 NPS is reached) if you are one-handing it. Tapping is definitely a solution to that problem, but it's still a hard section regardless. However, it's nothing to the outro solo. This solo consists of what, to most, looks like pure nonsense. It begins with 13.47 NPS strumming, then follows up with some patterns that are faster than anything else in the game except for the #1 song (I bet you can't guess what song that is). There are two parts where the top speed of 17.96 NPS is obtained. The first starts with the RYB zig-zag pattern and ends with the RB chords (note that these chords are 5 notes in a row that must be strummed as well, and yes, they are still 17.96 NPS). That is a total of 21 notes in a row at that crazy speed (to be exact, it starts on beat 2 of measure 145 and lasts through that measure). The second is the scale and short GRB zig-zag pattern that occurs shortly afterward (in measure 147 if you look at the chart). Thankfully, the strum limit shouldn't really come into play here, unless it affects the 5 RB chords. While it's only 5 notes, the speed is an absolutely unheard of 17.96 NPS (no strumming is faster in Rock Band outside of what's under Bodhisattva's Big Rock Ending, which is an overcharted mess that ranges from 27.9 NPS to 28.3 NPS), so I wouldn't be surprised if combos dropped there. I'm really not sure if 5 notes is enough to be affected by the strum limit, so I would appreciate an expert opinion (I'm not good enough to trust my own testing). After testing it myself however, I have been able to hit those 5 notes on full speed (and I suck at both fast strumming and abusing the timing window) so I don't think it will be a major problem for anyone going for this FC. strikebowler585 has FCed the outro solo in practice mode. First FCed by strikebowler585 on 3/27/2009.

7) [b]Whole Lotta Rosie (Live)[/b]


When I first read that this song hadn't been FCed, I was shocked. However, when I went back and played it again, I could see why. There's nothing that's absolutely nuts in the song, but a lot of the soloing is pretty damn hard. The first solo isn't too bad. However, the second one contains a very difficult part consisting of a strum-hammer combination (kind of like the end of I Wanna Rock from GH:80s) at 12.6 NPS. The third solo is easy like the first until the end of it, where it throws some very annoying grace notes at you. This also happens to be an overdrive phrase (how nice of them). After you hit the grace notes, you then have to make it past the outro fill without choking, which is no small feat. First FCed by ukog-monkey on 4/6/2009.

5) [b]Constant Motion[/b]


No surprises here [referring to the fact that this song USED to be considered the hardest FC in the game]. This song absolutely does not break the strum limit anywhere, but that doesn't mean it's an easy FC either. Nothing even approaches the speed of solo D's 32nd notes, which are 22.7 NPS and last for 3.5 measures. By the way, there are absolutely NO triplets in solo D, contrary to what everyone thinks. Well, there should be, but Harmonix decided to overchart this song. We can't do anything about that though, so we're just going have to try to FC what has been given to us. The notes at the end are grouped in 3's, but they are STILL 32nd notes and they are STILL 22.7 NPS. Just look carefully at the chart if you don't believe me. Notice that the first ORG "triplet" has two notes in one measure and one note in the next...this is what made me suspicious of the notion that they were triplets. I proceeded to count the notes (all of them too, not just a few). I discovered that there are still 8 to every single beat. There are exactly 7 required strums in the 22.7 NPS section and none of them are random, so tapping the end of it should be "easy" once someone figures out how to hit the scales before it and the transition into it (I mean somewhat easy for that person, it's still impossible for most of us). Starting with the last B before the "triplets," there are 7.5 beats of straight 32nd notes with absolutely no breaks. This is the longest amount of time that you have to sustain the 22.7 NPS fretting with absolutely no breaks; there are also 2 tricky strums in this sequence. While it is possible to choke after the solo, I doubt that someone who could actually FC the song would. First FCed by strikebowler585 on 4/6/2009.

4) [b]Let There Be Rock (Live)[/b]


This song would have been earlier in the list if it wasn't so long and chokeable. The hardest part is at the end; it's a choke waiting to happen. Anyway, there are a few early parts that are somewhat hard. The grace notes at the end of solo 1 are just like in the studio version but faster, making them fairly difficult to hit. Also, for what it's worth, the strummng in the fill at the end of solo 1 is 14 NPS, but it's only six notes, so it's not that hard. There is nothing else worth mentioning until solo 4, which comes out of nowhere after the seemingly endless repeating of a borng riff after solo 3. Solo 4 is the super-hard part of the song, and it comes right at the end, eager to break your FC. It begins with a 15.4 NPS trill to wake you up if you had fallen asleep (which is understandable). The trill eventually drops to 11.4 NPS, getting noticeably slower. After a little bit of easy stuff, you are made to strum Y at 15.4 NPS for 4 measures. After some more easy stuff, you have to do the "fast" strumming that mimics the end of the studio version's 3rd solo. It's only 11.6 NPS (at its maximum), but its still very easy to choke and drop combo here. Unfortunately, once you get through all of that, you are tortured with a stupidly long Big Rock Ending, the longest one in the game by far. First FCed by ukog-monkey on 5/1/2009.

5) [b]Idiots Rule[/b]


This is, overall, a fairly difficult song for the average player. It contains 3 solos, all of which will be tough for most people. However, for the best players, the only real combo breaker in this song occurs at the beginning of the third solo. It is, as you can probably guess, a streak of fast strumming. It is somewhat short though; the entire streak is contained in just one measure and consists of 30 32nd notes. The first 6 notes are just 13.6 NPS, but the following 8 notes shoot up to 15.6 NPS. The final 16 notes are 15.2 NPS. Hammer-on abuse will not help much here, as there are just 2 fret changes (and thus only two hammer-ons). First FCed by ukog-monkey on 5/6/2009.

5) [b]The Great Satan[/b]


The most surprising thing about this song is that it actually does NOT contain any fast strumming at all! Well then, how is it that you see it here? I direct your attention to the guitar solo, which is difficult in much the same way that Constant Motion was difficult (although this song is not quite as extreme). There are 4 combo breakers, so let's look at each of them one by one. First, in measures 64-65, there is a fast zig-zag pattern that stays on the first 3 frets only momentarily before ascending in quite a complex (but still zig-zag) fashion. This part is 15.9 NPS and will probably require some tapping. The next hard part is in measures 72-74. It begins with a GRY zig-zag pattern much like the first hard part, moves into some very complex ascending and descending patterns, then finally ends with a wall of descending 16th note triplets in 3-note patterns (it should be noted that every one of the "fast" notes in this solo are 16th-note triplet notes, although most are not in the easily recognizable 3-note patterns). This part is the same speed as the first hard part (15.9 NPS) and probably also will require some skilled use of tapping. The next two hard parts are easier than the first two, but are still worth noting. The next one is contained in parts of measures 76 and 77, and consists of a few short runs of 15.9 NPS notes that probably don't need any tapping. The final hard part is thankfully the easiest (but still definitely missable) and consists of the fast 4-note scales in measures 78-79. Although these scales are in 4-note patterns, don't be fooled--they're still 16th-note triplets just like the rest (and thus 15.9 NPS since the tempo is constant throughout the solo). Fortunately, there is nothing even remotely difficult (for an elite player) outside of the guitar solo. First FCed by cirkit on 6/3/2009.

4) [b]Thrasher[/b]


While it contains nothing deemed "impossible," this song is an absolute nightmare for most to even 5-star, yet alone FC. As of yet, I still have a 4-star (140k) on this song, my worst single score by far (note: I have 5-starred it now). The song consists almost entirely of fast strumming parts at about 13.9 NPS, though it sometimes drops to 13.8 NPS (the tempo moves a lot, but not by much). The two solos both have shredding at the same speed as the strumming (13.9 NPS). However, the first one is much more difficult than the second due to the finger-twisting patterns in it. The second solo is just as fast, but it has mostly simple patterns. I think that several people are actually capable of FCing this song; it's just a matter of being extremely consistent and, most importantly, defeating the strum limit (which WILL affect you in this song, just not quite as much as in the uber-fast strumming parts). First FCed by ukog-monkey on 6/15/2009.[u][/u]

6) [b]Hell Hole[/b]

Chart: [url][/url]

This surprise entry is a classic example of a mostly easy song with one hard part, that hard part usually being the solo. Well, it is no surprise that the solo is the hard part of this song. It starts off with some grace notes (all going into long notes, nothing insane/Whole Lotta Rosie-esque), then proceeds with some easy hammer-ons and whatnot. After that comes the hardest part: a long strumming section (with some hammer-ons) that ranges from 11.5-11.7 NPS. The section consists entirely of 8th-note triplets and last for 7.75 measures. While it is primarily a strumming section and does contain long streaks, it also contains a few long-ish chains of hammer-ons for you to utilize. The tricky thing about the section is that while it's not that fast, it's fast enough to force you to alternate strum (unless you have godly single strumming speed and endurance), and while the rhythm is simple and constant, the fret changes are not. When you get through that part, you have a few seconds of easy notes again before another part of similar difficulty (though much shorter) hits you. It has the same rhythm of the previous part and a constant speed of 11.6 NPS. It starts off with a pattern that is very reminiscent of Through the Fire and Flames's intro. After about a measure of this pattern, you get half of a measure of the kind of strumming that you saw in the previous part, although there are a lot of easily usable hammer-ons, since it most closely resembles the long-ish hammer-on chains rather than the fret-changing strumming streaks. First FCed by southparkhero on 8/12/2009.

5) [b]Aesthetics of Hate[/b]


I struggled to decide whether or not this is harder than Green Grass and High Tides. I decided that it is because of the overall greater difficulty of this song. There is more than one really hard part in Aesthetics of Hate. In fact, there are many tough parts. First of all, right near the beginning of the song, there is a 14 NPS BO trill. Shortly afterward, you have to play a tricky strumming pattern on G, which is about 13.7 NPS. Then, the pattern repeats, and you have to play both of those parts again. The trill is the same, but on the second run of the fast G strumming there are wild tempo fluctuations. The speed of the strumming ranges from 13.4 NPS at its slowest to 14.8 NPS at its fastest, which is enough to make the strum limit a factor. The next tricky part, which really isn't all that bad, is the annoying strumfest of a solo. After the solo is the part everybody dreads: the two fast strumming sections. Bridge 2a, which immediately follows the solo, is the first of these. It consists of strumming at about 15 NPS for 8 measures with occasional on-beat fret changes. The speed fluctuates a little, dropping as low as 14.6 NPS two measures from the end and reaching its max of 15.1 NPS in the last measure. The second fast strumming section is the end of bridge 2b, which contains two measures of 16th notes. The first measure is 14.67 NPS, while the second drops slightly to 14.467 NPS. Obviously, the strum limit is a huge factor that will make FCing the bridge parts extremely hard. Luckily, there isn't really anything hard afterward though, so chokes are unlikely (although most would call missing in bridge 2b a choke simply because it's shorter and therefore easier than bridge 2a). ukog-monkey has choked this song several times. First FCed by Orson on 9/27/2009.

3) [b]My Last Words[/b]


This song is notorious for its near-impossible fast strumming, but luckily, it's actually pretty easy outside of that part (for a Megadeth song at least). The riffs are tricky, but they're not THAT bad. However, right before the tough solo, you're hit with 4 bursts of strumming at 16.5 NPS. After the solo, you have to hit 13 more bursts of fast strumming. However, the good news is that the speed is "only" 15 NPS now thanks to a slight relaxation in tempo. Even when you've hit that 13th burst, it's not over yet: the bursts are followed by a VERY chokeable outro. It's really just 2 measures of hammer-ons at 11.4 NPS, but it's still very possible to mess up here if you aren't expecting it. Basically, if you are going for this FC, make sure that you are familiar with that fill so that it doesn't suprise you at the end. First FCed by ukog-monkey on 10/8/2009.

4) [b]Icky Thump[/b]

Chart: [url][/url]

This song has 5 solos, most of which are actually synthesizer stuff and 2 of which make the song very difficult to FC. The first solo (which introduces the song) is nothing to worry about, but the second solo (gtr lead 1) contains several quick bursts of notes at speeds of up to 19 NPS (this is the speed of the first fast BO trill, the one in measure 29). Shortly after this comes the third solo (gtr lead 2), which is similar in speed but with even wonkier patterns (think Jordan Solo B sped up, albeit only very short bursts of it). The fourth and fifth solos are thankfully not comparable to the second and third, and the stuff in between the solos is mindlessly easy. First FCed by ukog-monkey on 11/18/2009.

4) [b]Refugee (Live)[/b]

Chart: [url][/url]

This is a classic example of a "one hard part" song. The song has 4 solos but is very tame up outside of one part: solo 4a. Solo 4a starts out with a slow but strange zig-zag-esque pattern, then speeds up significantly culminating in a YBY GRG YBY pattern at approximately 14.23 NPS (this is the average speed of that part since the notes are not evenly spaced). Most of the difficulty of this section simply comes from the fact that it is live soloing that makes little sense rhythmically. First FCed by ukog-monkey on 12/1/2009.

5) [b]Hangar 18[/b]

Chart: [url][/url]

In a nutshell, this song is 8 solos (well, it's really 11 but there are 8 blue sections in the chart) with easy riffs interspersed between them. What makes this song hard is not any one individual part, but the sheer volume of tough solos that are thrown at you. Let's take a look at each one. Solo 1 (which is actually 2 guitar solos put together) is mostly just a few moderately fast hammer-ons (about 10.6 NPS). The one thing to watch for here is the 21.33 NPS hook in measure 62 (the BOB). Solo 2 (actually 3 different guitar solos mashed into one blue section) is easy during the first 2 solos, and the third one starts off slow as well (just watch the trills, which though slow may be uncomfortable at first). However, near the end it gets a little bit tricky and there's another super-fast hook in here (22.6 NPS RYRG in measure 122). From here on out by the way, every blue section actually represents just one guitar solo. In solo 3, we start to see the hammer-ons get a little tougher due to the presence of many bursts that are all approximately 15 NPS. The worst of these is in measure 134, which is really more of a quick run than a burst. Solo 4 consists of some unusual strumming/fretting patterns at 12.1 NPS. Solo 5 is one of the easier ones; nothing to worry about here outside of some 12.2 NPS fretting at the end, which itself is probably nothing to worry about if you're good enough to FC this. Solo 6 has some fairly tough fretting patterns (with a few non-random strums thrown in as well) at about 12.7 NPS, with the faster bursts being about 16.9 NPS (not exact because of varying tempo). Solo 7 is even harder than solo 6, because the tempo of the song continues to increase and we're seeing harder patterns than before. The first hard part of solo 7 is a 17.33 NPS hook leading into a 13 NPS BO trill. This is followed by what looks like a clusterfuck (though it's actually only 13.2 NPS). This part is very tricky, containing a chimney pattern and some other seemingly random notes. Solo 8 is the final guitar solo (the 11th one actually), and it's not going to let you off easy. The first half of the solo is a bunch of 13.2 NPS scales, though the pattern is not quite as simple as you might expect (there are a few strums and some unevenly spaced notes), making this section fairly difficult. The second half of the solo contains 12.8 NPS strumming, which is not too difficult to manage (just watch for the blue note in the middle of the long streak--if you are not using any hammer-ons and starting the streak on a downstrum, the blue is on an upstrum). If you make it past the last solo, you're pretty much home free; all you have to is play the main riff one more time. As you can see no one part in the song is incredibly difficult to hit individually, but taken all together, they add up to one very very hard song. It will take a lot of consistency for somebody to FC this song. First FCed by degreen11 on 2/24/2010.

4) [b] Five Magics[/b]

Chart: [url][/url]

Aside from the moderately tricky intro riff, this song starts out very slow. Once the song builds up though, there are a LOT of solos (6 to be exact), and all of them are at least a little bit hard. The first 3 aren't so troublesome to potential FCers, but the last 3 deserve mention. The fourth solo is (like the 3 before it) very short, but it consists basically entirely of some seriously fast shredding, starting at 16.3 NPS and increasing slightly to 16.53 NPS in the second measure (the solo is about two measures long). The fifth solo contains some more shredding but at a slower tempo; this time the speed is (on average, not all notes are evenly spaced) 13.74 NPS in the fast parts. After this there is a relatively long period of no soloing, with nothing really worth mentioning besides a somewhat tricky strumming riff right before the 6th solo (this should not be a problem for someone coming into it with an FC though). The 6th solo (which is the outro) is mostly slower (11-12 NPS) shredding but it has a few bursts of higher speed, including a quick 17.54 NPS descend at measure 192 and a random 23.24 NPS YBY in measure 195. First FCed by JPrez44 on 2/28/2010.

5) [b]Spanish Castle Magic[/b]


This is a song that you may not have expected to make the list based on it's charting in previous games (see Guitar Hero 1). However, this chart unexpectedly contains a 13.47 NPS R-RY-RY strumming sequence that is quite confusing at first and very difficult to hit. It is pretty much the only hard part in the song though (just make sure you're comfortable with the end of the second solo, which might be a little tricky at first) so an FC of this shouldn't take too long. First FCed by ProfessorJoe on 4/7/2010.

4) [b]You Got Me Floatin'[/b]


This song has two notable hard sections: the first solo and the outro. Just to get it out of the way, the second solo (in the "verse 3" section) contains nothing hard (just watch the random strums). The first solo (in the "bridge B" and "chorus 3" sections) contains a lot of tricky parts, most of them made tricky by the placing of random strums (there are a few fast-ish hooks too). Basically be prepared to strum a lot of notes that you really shouldn't have to. There is also a very fucked up (notes are very VERY uneven) YB trill spanning measures 55 and 56. Following this is a BO trill, all of which the game demands you strum except for one of the blues (remember what I said about random strums?). After you get past the tricky first solo and the easy second solo, you must play the outro...which is a nightmare. Imagine the Ramblin' Man swing, but way WAY faster. The notes/chords that you're playing are also constantly changing. Timing window abuse (not observing the swing basically) can help here, but it's still extremely hard. First FCed by ProfessorJoe on 4/7/2010.

4) [b]Bold As Love[/b]


This is a song that gets progressively harder as it goes on. There is a small bit of difficulty before the solos, some harder parts in the first solo, and finally some even harder parts in the second solo. The pre-solo parts of the song are not really notable, though they will probably mess you up on a sightread (random strums and whatnot). The first solo starts with a random strum scale. It's not too fast, but the fact that you have to strum it makes it missable. The next part to watch for in this solo is the GR grace note pattern about halfway through in which the RED is the strum note. Don't ask me why any sane person would chart it with the strum on the wrong note, but they did and you have to play it. Also just be wary of random strums in general; there's a lot of them (though most of them are fairly easy to handle). At the end of the first solo there's a quick little BO trill followed by some grace notes (charted correctly this time) and some scales; this part shouldn't be too difficult though (just be ready for it). After the first solo there is a short drum solo (guitar gets a break), then there's the hardest part of the song: the second solo. The first half of it is actually very easy; just watch the random strums as always. The first part to really watch for comes a little over halfway into the solo--some 12.08 NPS (approximate because of uneven note spacing) ascending triplets. After this you enter random strum city, where you will encounter several scales of strum notes that will make you think you're playing Guitar Hero 1. The last of these even throws a few chords and a single hammer-on in there to really fuck you up. After you get past this, there is a short 14.4 NPS BO trill leading into a BO chord to worry about. Thankfully the song ends just a few easy notes after the trill. First FCed by sean2490 on 4/10/2010.

4) [b]Suicide Note Pt. II[/b]

Chart: [url][/url]

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3) [b]East Jesus Nowhere[/b]

Chart: [url][/url]

This song is here for one reason and one reason alone: the bridge section. I'm not going to waste time telling you about the rest of the song, because it's as ridiculously easy as you should expect a Green Day guitar part to be. Anyway, as for the bridge: it consists of a whopping 16 measures of straight tremolo picking. Every note is a 16th note triplet, and the speed of section fluctuates quite a bit, beginning at 14.9 NPS, maxxing at 15.5 NPS (on the last two beats; tempo = 155 BPM), and dropping as low as 14.7 NPS (on some random blues in the middle; tempo = 147 BPM). I will not waste my time writing out every single speed change (you can look at the chart yourself if you must know this), but know that there is at least one per measure; two in some measures. Some are mild, 1 BPM changes, but others are more dramatic 5-6 BPM changes. Thankfully; there is nothing at all difficult after the bridge; just some easy holds and some more strumming that is rhythmically exactly half the speed of the bridge (8th note triplets as opposed to the 16th note variety found in the bridge). Obviously, the strum limit factors heavily into this song or it would have been FCed already...however, it will also take some decent endurance to FC this song, considering that the strumming speed must be sustained for 16 measures. ukog-monkey has FCed the strumming section. First FCed on 6/6/2010 by The WhiteKenya.

RBN Guitar/Bass Thread

Hard RBN Songs:


Parhelia: (Description by voidedalive2x; edited by BobDole)
Everything's fine in the verses. Just some moderately quick gallops. The choruses do have very tricky strumming in them, as well as the bursts before each hard strumming bit. After the 2nd chorus it seques into a long stretch of strumming, going all over the frets, which ends at about 2:33 in the video. Then there's a breather of simple greens, then it goes into a strumming pattern that kinda looks like the riff at the beginning, which has some pretty fast (but not uber-fast) strumming in the middle. This happens twice before the solo kicks in. At 3% there's strumming on the green with HOs every 3rd-4th green, followed by trilling of either YB or BO with no in-between note between the trills. After that, there's nothing overly difficult until the end, when you're hit with this randomness of strumming and fretting that is the real reason why this song is difficult. Then after a break with some moderately fast gallops, then its the entire Verse 2-solo sections all over again, with GR chords to finish the song. FCed by ace5993.

Crushed Beyond Dust: (Description by voidedalive2x; edited by BobDole)
There are only two words for this: Short and Brutal. The song starts off with a very confusing intro in regards to how many times you should strum, the verses are riddled with a 5-strum-6 and then 3-strum-3 patterns (that meaning 5 quick strums, a regular strum, then 6 quick strums). Then that is followed up by a seemingly long stretch of strumming that seems to be around 14-15 NPS. Anyways, next is a "breather" part, with two faster strumming parts which seem to be the slower parts with notes in between. After that is the only part that is easy by any stretch of the word, followed by constant strumming with weird chord changes. Then it goes back to the verse riff. And finally, there's the outro: A mess of chords ending with varied ascending triplets with the first note being strummed. FCed by ace5993.

For the Love of God (Live)*: (Description by BobDole)
This is fairly easy up to the solo, which begins with a crazy blue-orange strumming pattern (see 2:49 in the video). There are also lots of semi-hard missable parts later in the solo and after the solo. First FCed by ukog-monkey.

Life Unworthy of Life: (Description by voidedalive2x; edited by BobDole)
This song starts off with a bang, beginning with a pretty difficult fast strumming riff to start you off. This riff is not impossibly difficult, but you have to be very consistent with it. The verses aren't bad, but the opening riff repeats in between then, moved up to the red fret. Then there's the prechorus/chorus, which doesn't seem to be difficult in lieu of the blistering opening riff. Then that is followed by green strumming intermittent with descending triplets. That is followed by gallops where every other one has you starting on a higher note and pulling off to the red. Then its the prechorus again, but this time there's an additional piece of strumming up to a chord sustain on every 2nd and 3rd strumming section, first starting low on the 2nd, then starting at the orange for the 3rd. This happens twice, split by chords. Then after that, the song slows down and develops a simple pattern to give you a break. This lasts until about maybe 30% into the solo, where you're treated to fast fretting bits, followed by quick descending triplets, which is then followed by strumming and quick fretting to finish the solo. Then the prechorus to slowdown parts repeat again, and the song closes out with the prechorus section that has slight variations, but nothing to worry about. First FCed by ukog-monkey.

I Am Legion: (Description by voidedalive2x; edited by BobDole)
This song is pretty easy leading up to a solo, with only some weird chord changes to worry about before the solo itself. The beginning of the solo is relatively easy as well (just a bit of moderately fast fretting), up until about 40%. Then it goes into some faster fretting interspersed with a few strums up till 83%. Nothing else but the solo and that part before it should pose any problems. Currently un-FCed.

We Are the Nightmare: (Description by voidedalive2x; edited by BobDole)
The second the guitar part starts you know this won't be a cakewalk. The song starts out with quick-ish strumming and then segues into fast chord changes to notes, with fast gallops. The verses have gallops as well, and while they're the same speed as the intro gallops, they're a bit easier to handle due to the lack of chords. Then there's the chorus, with slow greens leading to moderately fast strumming up the frets a few times before there's a respite up to the solo. Now here's where it gets difficult. The solo starts with some fretting, which then is followed by a pretty fast GY trill. Then the solo continues with quite a few sections of fast fretting. Then, coming out of the solo, the chorus plays a couple times, and then you're treated to a long stretch of strumming of varying numbers on each fret, with a weird mini-trill that splices each part together. Then the entire first half of the song (sans the strumming that started the song) plays to finish the song. First FCed by Xtresso.

In Memory: (Description by voidedalive2x; edited by BobDole)
The song starts right off with some relatively fast YB trills for the intro. Then it goes from a RY trill to a GR trill and then into a solo with some moderate strumming and somewhat fast fretting. The solo ends with a GR trill that moves up to RY and has various fretting in between small trills before the solo finishes. The next bit it nothing to worry about. Eventually the song speeds up, and then you're hit with this out-of-nowhere solo intro with fast fretting and even faster strumming throughout. This ends at about 30-35%, where it stays with a strumming-to-descending triplets pattern. Then, the solo ends with orange strumming that speeds up near the end. After that mess comes a potentially even bigger one, with fast strumming that starts on the green and then goes to a higher fret, broke up with slower single strums in between. That is followed by what seems to be the chorus, which follows a simpler pattern and provides a rest for what's to come. After this, the pattern starts up again, and then its followed by really fast strumming, with intermittent fretting of the same speed. There's even two fretting parts that seem to be almost 16-18NPS. Then the fast strumming pattern that started after the 2nd solo plays one more time, and then the intro plays again to finish the song. Currently un-FCed.

Death Quota For Purification: (Description by NfskMjmMal2; edited by BobDole)
Most difficult sections: 1:29, 2:24, 4:40, 5:19, 6:43
This song is ridiculous. Itís about 7 minutes long and 4 minutes of it is made up of difficult sections. The song starts out with a mix of moderate speed strumming and hammer-ons that are about as fast as Panic Attackís main riff, as well as groups of four quick strums that are about the same speed as Colony of Birchmenís fast strumming. Definitely not too difficult. After some fairly easy chords (with the occasional hammerons), the next section has some fast, awkward, triangle shaped hammerons (YBY, RYR, etc) that are about 15 NPS among some simple chords. Also, there are occasionally some quick hammer-on fills, about a second long and usually about 15 NPS as well. These quick, awkward sections can be easy to miss in. Then, we arrive at the first crazy part. A 10 second long section that is a little faster than Painkillerís Solo D. Itís a hybrid of mini trills and ascending triplets. Itís very fast, very long, and a good method can be difficult to find. After this the song becomes easy for a little while, with some simple, slower chords (at the fastest, they are about the speed of Rock ĎN Meís main riff). The next section mainly consists of simple hammer-ons about the speed of Panic Attackís main riff. However, occasionally in this part, there are crazy fast strumming bursts that are 17 notes long that are close to the speed of Donít Go Away Madís crazy strumming, which on this engine is ridiculously hard to hit. Near the end of this section, some of the hammer-ons turn into hammer-on chords at the same speed. Theyíre almost Bodhisattvaís speed, but fortunately, itís the same type of pattern (YB to RY, BO to YB, etc.) so that makes it easier. After that comes some easy chords and slow descending quads that are no problem, followed by a bunch of faster GR chords, but theyíre pretty slow and are very easy to hit. After some ascending triplets that are slightly faster than Painkillerís Solo D, (which are missable but not too hard) a long section with slow descending triplets that are about 7 NPS begins. Mixed into the section are some slow, 3-4 NPS chords. The next section is about 20 seconds long, and it usually consists of slower hammer-ons about 8 NPS, but there are often quick speedups that are about 13 NPS. This doesnít sound that bad, but the note patterns are very awkward, and with the large amount of strum notes in the section, itís actually pretty difficult to FC it as a whole. The slow descending triplet pattern follows, but there are a few quick, short fills that are about 15 NPS that are easy to miss in. Then comes the first solo. Thereís about 13 seconds of shredding thatís about 15 NPS. The patterns are pretty simple but in addition to the very fast speed and long length of it, there are a few strums in there that makes this a pretty difficult FC. After the first solo, thereís a 10 second long hammer-on section thatís about 10 NPS, but the patterns, which are mainly quad zigzags, are pretty awkward. Then, the second solo. 22 seconds of straight shredding thatís around the speed of Painkillerís Solo D. First, it starts out with descending triplets that very awkwardly transitions into a quad zigzag section that constantly switches between note patterns, which is then followed by a sweep pattern, all at the same very fast speed, and again, a bit of it is very awkward to play, especially the transitions between the different parts. After that, it slows down, but there are still a couple shorter parts that have hammerons at the same speed. The song then becomes incredibly easy until about the middle of the third solo. Then, quad zigzags that are about the same speed as Caprici Di Diabloís third (crazy) solo hits you, followed by a sweep section thatís the same speed. As if that wasnít bad enough, thatís followed by a section that is of a similar pattern and speed to Bat Countryís insane strumming. Although itís not nearly as long, this combinantion of insane fretting and strumming makes this third solo easily one of the more difficult solos in Rock Band. The rest of the song is very easy, but overall, this song keeps throwing insane parts at you. Itís similar to Through The Fire and Flames: a long song with several insane parts with some easier, but still not too easy, sections. Except this song has incredibly difficult strumming too. Even with three long solos and a good amount of overdrive, very, very few song are as hard to gold star as this one, let alone FC. Currently un-FCed.

Nosophorus: (Description by NfskMjmMal2; edited by BobDole)
Most difficult sections: 0:28, 3:31, 4:39
This song starts pretty easy, with some single notes that need to be alt-strummed with a few hammer-ons and chord sustains mixed in. Then comes perhaps the most awkward section in all of Rock Band guitar. The main troublemakers are notes in an X pattern, such as a YO B YO or RB Y RB. These are about 7 NPS, so they're not slow, and the pattern is awkward beyond words. What's worse is before each one of these Xs, there are two green notes at the same speed, giving you no time to prepare for them. If that wasn't bad enough, this section goes on for about 30 seconds. Then comes a part with fast green strumming that's about Let There Be Rock speed with a couple of descending triplets thrown in there. It's not hard, but missable. Next comes the verse, which contains gallops that are barely faster than WAHNTHAC speed and longer bursts at LTBR speed that transition into chords. Following that is a longer strumming section that is also at LTBR speed that often changes frets every third note, which makes it a little trickier. The gallop riff repeats, followed by the long strumming riff again, except it repeats twice. Next is a long chord riff that's about 7-8 NPS, but the chord changes are easy, making this section pretty easy. After the first solo, which is about as easy as Bad Omen's Solo 2, the chord riff continues. Next is the intro riff, with the faster, but easy single notes. The second solo starts off pretty easy. Then, a crazy section that's probably around 16 NPS appears, and it's a mix of triplets, trills, and sweeps. Mixed in there are chords and grace notes, making this part not only very fast, but also pretty tricky and awkward. A little later appears a fast descending triplet pattern, with the top note of each triplet being a strum note. It's similar to Holy Wars, except it's quite a bit faster. Immediately following that is a short, fast section consisting of triplets and chimneys. Near the end of the solo is another section that's about 13 NPS and it's made up of reverse chimneys and triplets. After a riff with green triplet strumming that's pretty easy, the third solo comes. It hits you with a part that's near 17 NPS, which is a mix of trills, zigzags and triplets that's all over the higher frets. Following that is a sweep-like section with triplets that's about 13 NPS, and concluding with descending quads that are very similar in speed to I Wanna Be Your Man. Finally, the song finishes up with the easy chord riff and intro riff. Currently un-FCed.

Infected Nation: (Description by BigFatBob; edited by BobDole)
Exceptionally hard stuff: 1:23, 1:50, 3:04.

After a slow acousic intro you're met with an immensely annoying riff that has you constantly switching in and out of 8th-note strumming and 8th-note triplet strumming. Nothing encroaches the strum limit here (only 8 and 12 NPS, respectively), and any fret changes will be on the same strum (ex: start on downstrum, change on downstrum), but the rampant change of pace makes it surprisingly easy to slip up and break combo. Honestly, though, after seeing the rest of the song, this will be the least of your worries. After messing around with this intro riff for about 25 seconds you face a little pre-verse dickery before being plunged into hell, Evile style, and by that I mean none other than...FAST STRUMMIN'! The beginning of this verse riff throws six bursts of 16th notes that defy the strum limit at a nasty 16 notes per second. Luckily, though, they're only 9 notes long, so with some clever (read: lucky) timing window abuse even NTSC players can contend for this FC. As if the bursts weren't bad enough, the transitions into them make them even harder than they already are, whether they be via 8th note chord changes or descending 8th triplet HOPO sequences. Plenty of people would argue that this is the hardest part of the song. After you make it past the first part of the verse, things get a little more tame, but that certainly doesn't mean it isn't difficult. That damned 8th triplet strumming we all love is back to mess with our heads, except now fret changes are on alternating strums! Hurray! On top of that, there's a pesky little X pattern in the form of GY R GY that pops up from time to time, but it's only at 8th note pace, so it shouldn't cause TOO much trouble. Following this, you're met with the pre-chorus, which brings the return of the hellish 16th note bursts. One of them is only 5 notes (4 using the hammer-on) and then five more are at the normal length of 8-9 notes. Immediately following this is the first chorus. Easy peasy. Then the intro riff returns to transition us into Verse 2, which is almost the same as the first. Most of the same patterns mentioned before (16th note bursts are not included here, thankfully) will make a return before bombarding you with one of the most difficult solos you'll find in the Rock Band Network. Sure, there are plenty of faster solos, but the patterns seen here are unforgiving finger twisters, not to mention this solo features everyone's favorite fretting rarity: chimneys! In fact, said chimneys are thrown at you from the start at a disgusting 16 notes per second, just like the 16th strumming bursts you faced earlier. From there, you're pelted with almost everything else a metal solo has to offer. Sweeps, descending quads, descending triplets, hooks, and...hell, you name it, it'll probably be there. Besides the triplets, basically everything in this solo is 16th notes, so yeah. Pretty damn fast. If you SOMEHOW manage to FC past here, there's good news and bad news. The good news is that the worst is over, but the bad news is that you're by no means home free. Following nearly a minute and a half of easy street (FOCUS, DAMN IT) the intro riff makes one last appearance to serve as the outro of the song as well. If you can put up with this riff for just 20 more seconds, THEN you're home free, or at least I sure hope so. First FCed by elitewarrior500.

Deliver Us: (Description by voidedalive2x, edited by BobDole)
Hard parts: 1:58-2:08, 2:33, 3:14-3:36

This song's difficulty comes entirely from the solos. For the first 2 minutes there's nothing overly difficult, though there are a few quick HO-chords before the solo. The first part of the solo is also a breeze--until 2:01. Then it opens into a short run of fast-ish fretting with a strum in the middle that ends on a quick RYRGRG. Then you're hit with a short series of fast 3-note hooks with random strums on the first notes of each and staggered hammer-ons in between the hooks. The next difficult part starts at about 2:28, where there is a long stretch of moderate speed fretting sequeing into GRYO quads which then seque into a run with a few very quick random strums simliar to Get Clean but faster. Note that there are plenty of random strums littered throughout the easy parts of the solo as well. Nothing is difficult between the two solos, so enjoy the break. The 2nd solo is calm at first. Eventually (at about 3:14) the hard part of the solo is opened by quick strumming leading into descending OBYR quads with a yellow in the middle of two of the quads. These transistion into a YRG zig-zag, which then transistions into BYRG descending quads analogous to the previous quads. Then the pattern plays again; watch out for the strum in between. This 2nd iteration is the same as the first except that there's a more streamlined transistion into the zig-zag (as in there's no small break). After this you're treated to moderately fast descending OBYRG sweeps with each orange being sturmmed, followed by fretting at the same speed with strums interspersed in random places. Again be wary of random strums in the easy parts of the solo; this song has a lot of them. First FCed by elitewarrior500.

Doublecrossed: (Description by voidedalive2x, edited by BobDole)
Hard parts: 2:59-3:03, 3:17-3:25

There is nothing overly hard anywhere outside the solo, though the song is a bit strummy in the riffs. Once the solo starts it'll soon pelt you with strumming going down the frets, alternating between 3 and 5 strums on adjacent frets and ending on a yellow downstrum (assuming both that you start on a downstrum and that you don't employ any hybrid strumming). Following this is some fairly easy stuff, but watch the random strums. Eventually you'll reach some fast descending BYRG quads followed by a pair of sustains which lead into a confusing pattern of notes that can rougly be described as alternating BOB and RYR triangles. Take heed that there is some staggering of the notes here; specifically the final red of each 6-note pattern (BOBRYR) is noticeably distanced from the yellow before it (as a result of this thinking of it as triangles may not be the best mental strategy). Also watch the random strums...every first blue and third red is strummed. After some more easy stuff the solo ends with moderate-speed fretting interspersed with random strums and the rest of the song is riffage just like before the solo. Currently un-FCed.

Number of FCs Contributed Per User:

1) DragoonXD: 188 guitar, 204 bass, 390 total
2) psymatiq: 92 guitar, 124 bass, 216 total
3) TimEbaysball: 50 guitar, 97 bass, 147 total
4) S1ckH4nds: 43 guitar, 79 bass, 122 total
5) sandstorm846: 45 guitar, 60 bass, 103 total
6) s2kmatt: 22 guitar, 37 bass, 59 total
7) Abomstar: 30 guitar, 26 bass, 56 total
8) inv4der: 8 guitar, 32 bass, 40 total
9) soulpopped: 17 guitar, 21 bass, 38 total
10) moepOOO: 27 guitar, 5 bass, 32 total
10) Xenigma: 10 guitar, 22 bass, 32 total
11) AMediumBear: 17 guitar, 6 bass, 23 total
12) czwfan2002: 17 guitar, 3 bass, 20 total
13) Adohu: 15 guitar, 4 bass, 19 total
13) Capt.Howdy: 8 guitar, 11 bass, 19 total
14) elitewarrior500: 16 guitar, 1 bass, 17 total
15) ukog-monkey: 15 guitar, 1 bass, 16 total
15) thenewnoelisoncruz: 10 guitar, 6 bass, 16 total
16) Krayzie156: 7 guitar, 8 bass, 15 total
16) Steadysphere: 6 guitar, 9 bass, 15 total
17) Pas26: 7 guitar, 7 bass, 14 total
18) elx: 6 guitar, 6 bass, 12 total
19) Xpertlefty13: 7 guitar, 4 bass, 11 total
19) Acezero-12078: 8 guitar, 3 bass, 11 total
20) Arcanon: 4 guitar, 6 bass, 10 total
21) bclare: 1 guitar, 8 bass, 9 total
21) GesterX: 7 guitar, 2 bass, 9 total
22) NfskMjmMal2: 6 guitar, 1 bass, 7 total
22) exc3ptional: 3 guitar 4 bass, 7 total
22) GsLeonidas: 7 guitar, 0 bass, 7 total
22) yaktoleft13: 6 guitar, 1 bass, 7 total
22) ilblud91: 3 guitar, 4 bass, 7 total
22) JTHomeslice: 6 guitar, 1 bass, 7 total
23) PrestonxPunk: 6 guitar, 0 bass, 6 total
23) Confury: 6 guitar, 0 bass, 6 total
23) machetemonkey: 4 guitar, 2 bass, 6 total
23) thebighorse17: 6 guitar, 0 bass, 6 total
23) Chil: 2 guitar, 4 bass, 6 total
23) Razputin217: 0 guitar, 6 bass, 6 total
23) MrChachi479: 0 guitar, 6 bass, 6 total
24) GanonMetroid: 5 guitar, 0 bass, 5 total
24) Deschain: 4 guitar, 1 bass, 5 total
24) HerrSamsa: 3 guitar, 2 bass, 5 total
24) Gaden9210: 4 guitar, 1 bass, 5 total
24) JOE2210: 0 guitar, 5 bass, 5 total
24) LiesAndGasoline: 5 guitar, 0 bass, 5 total
25) FL4RE: 3 guitar, 1 bass, 4 total
25) ProfessorJoe: 1 guitar, 3 bass, 4 total
25) CorruptSH: 4 guitar, 0 bass, 4 total
25) TehBanStick: 2 guitar, 2 bass, 4 total
25) Dogmatic2120: 4 guitar, 0 bass, 4 total
25) xBebedora: 0 guitar, 4 bass, 4 total
25) J.J.: 1 guitar, 3 bass, 4 total
26) Fairwood: 1 guitar, 2 bass, 3 total
26) Piso: 3 guitar, 0 bass, 3 total
26) MuDvAyNe: 2 guitar, 1 bass, 3 total
26) sokushi: 2 guitar, 1 bass, 3 total
26) dave0113: 3 guitar, 0 bass, 3 total
26) ravagetalon: 3 guitar, 0 bass, 3 total
26) nonzero: 2 guitar, 1 bass, 3 total
26) gamephr33k13: 3 guitar, 0 bass, 3 total
26) MaRkii1994: 3 guitar, 0 bass, 3 total
27) ace5993: 2 guitar, 0 bass, 2 total
27) BobDole: 2 guitar, 0 bass, 2 total
27) The-B.O.D.: 2 guitar, 0 bass, 2 total
27) FurySH: 0 guitar, 2 bass, 2 total
27) JPrez44: 2 guitar, 0 bass, 2 total
27) Spaph: 1 guitar, 1 bass, 2 total
27) PaulAtredites: 2 guitar, 0 bass, 2 total
27) cody46953: 2 guitar, 0 bass, 2 total
27) LasFas: 2 guitar, 0 bass, 2 total
27) SpudY2K: 1 guitar, 1 bass, 2 total
27) MorandiV8SH: 2 guitar, 0 bass, 2 total
27) JasonflyXIII: 1 guitar, 1 bass, 2 total
27) benjt82: 1 guitar, 1 bass, 2 total
27) IceyDefeat: 1 guitar, 1 bass, 2 total
27) Joelman535: 2 guitar, 0 bass, 2 total
27) Cliffs666: 2 guitar, 0 bass, 2 total
27) Carltheshredder: 1 guitar, 1 bass, 2 total
27) KillerPanda420420: 2 guitar, 0 bass, 2 total
27) mijmeister: 0 guitar, 2 bass, 2 total
27) PD527: 1 guitar, 1 bass, 2 total
27) GHttFreakRB: 2 guitar, 0 bass, 2 total
27) BoscoRB: 2 guitar, 0 bass, 2 total
27) TheyCallMeLucas: 2 guitar, 0 bass, 2 total
28) Auriscope: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) Shade: 0 guitar, 1 bass, 1 total
28) GibsonLPV: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) BassGrooveBlue: 0 guitar, 1 bass, 1 total
28) doobers: 0 guitar, 1 bass, 1 total
28) flockemokke: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) Graf: 0 guitar, 1 bass, 1 total
28) MasterNobody: 0 guitar, 1 bass, 1 total
28) kingyami3: 0 guitar, 1 bass, 1 total
28) Zman10894: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) Xtresso: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) CyberRaiza: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) TnT326SH: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) Timmah766: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) zMaGna720z: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) Tahmer: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) corporalgregg3: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) nillacocajola: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) ElementOfZero: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) NavyCherub: 0 guitar, 1 bass, 1 total
28) SpellcasterX: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) dudextr: 0 guitar, 1 bass, 1 total
28) cdylan13: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) JRyder: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) CalChick545: 0 guitar, 1 bass, 1 total
28) Milkfarrt: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) jakeyboy15: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) superspaz117: 0 guitar, 1 bass, 1 total
28) Grausherra: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) Aleril: 0 guitar, 1 bass, 1 total
28) leftygod999: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) ThatGHOST1122: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) ffffaaaacccckkkk: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) RainbowDashx: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) Lancairkris: 0 guitar, 1 bass, 1 total
28) obutuhashoudokuda: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) Sk1zzl3: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) splync: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) joestar68: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) xlxAvaricexlx: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) gamer7ven: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) BillyGH1991: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) KEWB99: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) ElephantBonez52: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) AmusedGryphon: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) Mithin: 1 guitar, 0 bass, 1 total
28) W4LLAW4LLA: 0 guitar, 1 bass, 1 total
28) Fphantasmagoria: 0 guitar, 1 bass, 1 total
28) Baphomet DCLXVI: 0 guitar, 1 bass, 1 total

FC Lists for Contributing Users:

NOTE: This is up-to-date only up to the second-to-last BobDole update.

DragoonXD (390):

Gravitate guitar
Not Your Enemy guitar
Step Up (I'm On It) guitar
Do You Feel Like Breaking Up? guitar
Do You Feel Like Breaking Up? bass
Gravitate bass
Under Water I Drown bass
Hook, Line, and Sinner bass
The Girl At the Video Game Store bass
The Girl At the Video Game Store guitar
Gasoline guitar
Gasoline bass
Scream Ceremony guitar
Scream Ceremony bass
Destructive Device guitar
Unstoppable guitar
Eveready guitar
Eveready bass
When I Get Home You're So Dead guitar
When I Get Home You're So Dead bass
Goth Girls guitar
Perfect World guitar
Perfect World bass
Home guitar
Home bass
Past Lives guitar
1348 guitar
All My Friends Are Crazy guitar
Forever In Your Hands bass
Gravity (Don't Let Me Go) guitar
Gravity (Don't Let Me Go) bass
Love Is the Only Thing guitar
Wings of Infinity guitar
Wings of Infinity bass
Rude Awakening guitar
Rude Awakening bass
Tunnels of Vision guitar
Tunnels of Vision bass
Bow Down guitar
Bow Down bass
Last Mistake guitar
Numb guitar
Numb bass
Death Comes (The Wedding Night) guitar
Death Comes (The Wedding Night) bass
We Are the Nightmare bass
Jumper '09 bass
Jumper '09 guitar
Blink guitar
NDE guitar
HTML Rulez D00d guitar
HTML Rulez D00d bass
Homeward Bound bass
NDE bass
Dethroned guitar
The Funeral bass
Inheritance guitar
Inheritance bass
Dr. Doom guitar
Dr. Doom bass
Last Train to Awesometown guitar
Don't Feel Like That Anymore guitar
Automatic Doors bass
Knifeman bass
Knifeman guitar
Bra Off Party On bass
Bra Off Party On guitar
Shape 3 bass
Five More Minutes guitar
Five More Minutes bass
Is There A Ghost guitar
Is There A Ghost bass
Fat Kid guitar
Fat Kid bass
Stay Up With Me guitar
Stay Up With Me bass
Freakshow guitar
Freakshow bass
You All Everybody guitar
You All Everybody bass
American Hero guitar
Hail Destroyer guitar
Hail Destroyer bass
Atomic guitar
Atomic bass
Smile (Live) guitar
Smile (Live) bass
Higher guitar
Higher bass
Haunt My Mind guitar
Haunt My Mind bass
Tree Village guitar
Young guitar
Young bass
Friday the 13th bass
Tree Village bass
Ice Cold guitar
Ice Cold bass
America Underwater guitar
America Underwater bass
Fire Away guitar
Fire Away bass
Bang Camaro bass
Nightlife Commando bass
Wake Up guitar
Wake Up bass
Travelin' Freak Show bass
Serial Killer guitar
Serial Killer bass
Rise Above This guitar
Rise Above This bass
Turnpike Ghost bass
Travelin' Freak Show guitar
Bright Side of Life guitar
Bright Side of Life bass
Crooked Strings bass
Crooked Strings guitar
Six Is One guitar
Six Is One bass
Bled To Be Free (The Operation) bass
A Better Forever guitar
A Better Forever bass
Engine bass
Blow At High Dough guitar
Blow At High Dough bass
The Me You See bass
Ramp Truck bass
Deliver Us bass
Touche, Miss Indenial guitar
Touche, Miss Indenial bass
Burst Into Fears bass
Real Love guitar
Real Love bass
Black Cloud bass
Big Deal guitar
Big Deal bass
In My Head, Out My Head bass
So Awesome guitar
So Awesome bass
Wytches 2010 guitar
Simple Man bass
Seven bass
Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom guitar
Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom bass
Tora Tora Tora guitar
Tora Tora Tora bass
Attraction guitar
Attraction bass
Embrace Your Rage guitar
Liberated By Blasphemy guitar
No Mercy guitar
No Mercy bass
Charmed bass
Beautiful Collapse (Stalker) guitar
Beautiful Collapse (Stalker) bass
Just Hang On guitar
Just Hang On bass
Muťstrame un Poco guitar
Muťstrame un Poco bass
Building A Robot guitar
(Do You Wanna Date My) Avatar guitar
Hey There Mr. Brooks bass
A Prophecy guitar
A Prophecy bass
Satisfied bass
Shoot the Zombies guitar
Just Hang On guitar
Just Hang On bass
Lately guitar
Satisfied guitar
Belladonna & Aconite 2010 bass
Echo (My Only Regret) bass
Forgotten Tragedy bass
Swim guitar
Swim bass
Floating Vibes guitar
Floating Vibes bass
Violent Center guitar
Violent Center bass
Honest Man guitar
Honest Man bass
Song About An Angel guitar
Song About An Angel bass
Magician bass
Burn Her Out bass
Money Honey guitar
Money Honey bass
Down Below bass
Picture Perfect bass
Beautiful Disaster guitar
Beautiful Disaster bass
Ring Capacity guitar
Ring Capacity bass
United guitar
United bass
Skate or Die guitar
Skate or Die bass
Your Hands (Together) guitar
Your Hands (Together) bass
The Gun Show bass
Bridges and Overpasses guitar
Girls Love Techno bass
World On Fire bass
Welcome To Our Town guitar
Welcome To Our Town bass
Beautiful Girl guitar
The One You Want guitar
The One You Want bass
Radioland guitar
Radioland bass
Appetite guitar
Appetite bass
I Want You To See guitar
Soulless bass
Ghost I Own bass
Best I Never Had bass
Worst Case Ontario bass
The Waiting One bass
Dark Horse bass
Robots May Break Your Heart bass
Chilly Water (Live) bass
Hand Me Down bass
White Knuckles bass
Ready For Anything bass
Holy Ground bass
Giant Magnets bass
Tantrums of a Giant bass
I Just Wanna Run bass
Jack and the Harlots bass
Fate of the Maiden bass
Think Bad Thoughts bass
Americadio bass
Elevator bass
Ghost I Own guitar
Best I Never Had guitar
Hand Me Down guitar
I Just Wanna Run guitar
Jack and the Harlots guitar
Smokahontas guitar
Americadio guitar
Soulless guitar
Worst Case Ontario guitar
Giant Magnets guitar
Elevator guitar
Think Bad Thoughts guitar
Tantrums of a Giant guitar
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang guitar
Ready for Anything guitar
Allegiance bass
White Knuckles guitar
Rain bass
Hold On bass
For We Are Many bass
On Parole bass
Oceans Between Us bass
On Parole guitar
Linear A bass
Linear A guitar
Ain't Life Grand (Live) bass
Ain't Life Grand (Live) guitar
Living Saints guitar
Better Sleep bass
Living Saints bass
Belladonna & Aconite 2010 guitar
Oceans Between Us guitar
Have Faith In Me bass
Shut Up guitar
Shut Up bass
Model Ships guitar
Model Ships bass
Strobe Lights bass
Lemon Meringue Tie bass
The Truth guitar
Flag in the Ground bass
Lipstick Cigarette bass
So Fine bass
Lipstick Cigarette guitar
Going Under bass
Saw Down (He Knows) guitar
Hey Baby, Here's That Song You Wanted bass
The Hounds of Anubis bass
Catalyst guitar
Catalyst bass
Do Yourself A Favor bass
Hallway guitar
Hallway bass
Stereo Stereo guitar
Stereo Stereo bass
Firewall guitar
Firewall bass
Vault 101 guitar
Vault 101 bass
The Brave / Agony Appluase bass
Gone Tomorrow guitar
Gone Tomorrow bass
Splosion Man Theme Song bass
The Serpentine Offering guitar
OaOaO guitar
OaOaO bass
Heart of Lilith 2010 guitar
Heart of Lilith 2010 bass
Humanity's Last Hope... bass
Control guitar
Control bass
Queen of the May 2010 bass
Action/Adventure bass
N.A.T.G.O.D. bass
La Formula bass
It's Complicated guitar
In Case You Forgot bass
Till All Are One bass
Just Refrain guitar
Just Refrain bass
It's Gonna Be A Long Night guitar
It's Gonna Be A Long Night bass
The Fall of Aphonia guitar
The Fall of Aphonia bass
N.A.T.G.O.D. guitar
Bitten By the Rattlesnake bass
We Collide bass
Nightfall guitar
Nightfall bass
Jamie All Over guitar
Jamie All Over bass
Shiver guitar
Curtain Call guitar
Curtain Call bass
La Formula guitar
Autumns of Optimism bass
Decadence bass
Dominate and Overload bass
Whites in Their Eyes bass
Decadence guitar
Beauty is Deceiving guitar
Beauty is Deceiving bass
The Podium bass
Abrogator guitar
Abrogator bass
5678 guitar
5678 bass
On the Wall bass
The Podium guitar
Lift bass
Learn to Live guitar
Black and Sunny Day bass
Come On In guitar
Come On In bass
California guitar
California bass
Arm Yourself guitar
Arm Yourself bass
Butcher's Mouth guitar
Butcher's Mouth bass
Holiday guitar
Holiday bass
Livin' Right guitar
Livin' Right bass
Barricades guitar
Barricades bass
All or Nothing bass
You Don't Know guitar
Hassle: The Dorkening guitar
Hassle: The Dorkening bass
Bang guitar
Bang bass
Strong Tower bass
Bizarro Genius Baby guitar
Bizarro Genius Baby bass
Holy Ground guitar
Queen of the May 2010 guitar
Last Suppit guitar
Too Much guitar
Forest guitar
Crinoline guitar
Trailer Park Scum guitar
Fly on the Wall guitar
Hey You guitar
Everyone's the Same guitar
Action/Adventure guitar
The History of Execution (featuring Bluefusion) bass
Robots May Break Your Heart guitar
Escaping guitar
Picture Perfect guitar
Signed With Love guitar
Like This guitar
Hate Myself guitar
Bang Bang Bang guitar
I Want It Back guitar
Splosion Man Theme Song guitar
Whites in Their Eyes guitar
24-7 guitar

psymatiq (216):

Mechanical Love guitar
Icarus' Song guitar
If Not Now When guitar
Revengers guitar
Revengers bass
Top Back guitar
Remedy guitar
Remedy bass
Dance With Me bass
Collapsing bass
Synthesized bass
Synthesized guitar
Never Let You Go '09 guitar
Never Let You Go '09 bass
Burn guitar
Burn bass
Step Up (I'm On It) bass
I Don't Think That's Ok guitar
I Don't Think That's Ok bass
Paper Valentines guitar
Paper Valentines bass
Past Lives bass
I'm Alive guitar
I'm Alive bass
Dragonfly (Symbion Project Remix) guitar
Dragonfly (Symbion Project Remix) bass
Unstoppable bass
Hot Sexy Girls guitar
Hot Sexy Girls bass
Sick guitar
Sick bass
Anything guitar
Anything bass
Rise guitar
Rise bass
Sound of the Redeemed bass
Ox guitar
Ox bass
Shiny Dark Bar guitar
Shiny Dark Bar bass
Burning Rome guitar
Burning Rome bass
Dirty King guitar
Dirty King bass
Sending Signals bass
Where We're Goin bass
All My Friends Are Crazy bass
Chalk Lines bass
The Price guitar
The Price bass
Drag Me Away guitar
Drag Me Away bass
Eden Was A Garden guitar
Eden Was A Garden bass
Close Your Eyes bass
Frontier Factory bass
Blink bass
Exploited and Exposed guitar
Exploited and Exposed bass
Beautiful guitar
Beautiful bass
Undone bass
One Step Behind bass
Delaware Are You? I Don't Know Alaska. guitar
Delaware Are You? I Don't Know. bass
Plans & Reveries guitar
Plans & Reveries bass
Dead to the World guitar
Dead to the World bass
Take Control guitar
Take Control bass
End of This guitar
End of This bass
You've Got Someone guitar
You've Got Someone bass
Where Were You? guitar
Chelsea guitar
Chelsea bass
Where Were You? bass
Doomed bass
You Take It All bass
Til I'm Gone guitar
Til I'm Gone bass
Walls guitar
Walls bass
Everyone I Know Is An Alcoholic guitar
The Great Plains bass
Circles guitar
Circles bass
Paper Dolls guitar
Paper Dolls bass
It's Not Paranoia If They're Shooting Live Bullets guitar
It's Not Paranoia If They're Shooting Live Bullets bass
Eency Weency Spider guitar
Eency Weency Spider bass
Dance Floor guitar
Dance Floor bass
Footprints guitar
Footprints bass
Mr. Sun guitar
Mr. Sun bass
You Take It All guitar
How We Roll guitar
How We Roll bass
Throughout guitar
Throughout bass
Daughter guitar
Daughter bass
Anybody Else guitar
Anybody Else bass
Yo Shakespeare bass
Cheaing, Lying, Stealing bass
Beautiful Machine guitar
Beautiful Machine bass
I See Georgia guitar
I See Georgia bass
Surprise guitar
Surprise bass
Dream About the Future bass
Hitch Up (I'm So Stupid) bass
Bury You Slowly guitar
Bury You Slowly bass
Dream About the Future guitar
Three Words guitar
Three Words bass
An Exercise In Futility guitar
An Exercise In Futility bass
The Lesser Man guitar
The Lesser Man bass
War Against the Radio guitar
War Against the Radio bass
Outta the Band guitar
Outta the Band bass
Tomorrow She's Mine guitar
Tomorrow She's Mine bass
Why Bother? bass
Flicker bass
Liberated By Blasphemy bass
Why Bother? guitar
Wytches 2010 bass
The Ultimate Showdown (RBN Mix) bass
Lights Out guitar
Lights Out bass
Filthy Dog bass
Piranha bass
So Easy guitar
So Easy bass
Pedal Down guitar
Pedal Down bass
Right Now Romeo bass
Embrace Your Rage bass
Deathbed Atheist guitar
Deathbed Atheist bass
Flicker guitar
Charmed guitar
Desperate Days guitar
Blood Red Rock bass
Rollercoaster guitar
Rollercoaster bass
No One's Gonna Love You bass
Electro-Heaven guitar
Hey Satomi (feat. Justine Skyers) guitar
Hey Satomi (feat. Justine Skyers) bass
Anna Maria (All We Need) guitar
Anna Maria (All We Need) bass
Spin guitar
Spin bass
Summer Love guitar
Summer Love bass
Rain Falls Down guitar
Rain Falls Down bass
What You Do To Me guitar
What You Do To Me bass
Betty And Me bass
Building A Robot bass
Crazy X guitar
Crazy X bass
I Hope You're Happy bass
In Circles guitar
In Circles bass
Jumpers guitar
Jumpers bass
The Last Sound guitar
The Last Sound bass
Wrong Side of the Tracks guitar
Wrong Side of the Tracks bass
The Pose bass
Fence Jumper guitar
Fence Jumper bass
White Table guitar
White Table bass
Return To Blood Beach guitar
Return To Blood Beach bass
time-bomb guitar
time-bomb bass
Pale Sister of Light bass
Disco Rocket guitar
Disco Rocket bass
Cherry Red bass
Revolution guitar
Revolution bass
Hello Fascnination guitar
Hello Fascination bass
Dial M For Murder guitar
Dial M For Murder bass
Flightless Bird, American Mouth bass
Flightless Bird, American Mouth guitar
Cup of Coffee bass
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang bass
Shiver bass
Steppin' Lightly bass
Herlathing bass
A Christmas Rock Medley bass
If I'm James Dean, You're Audrey Hepburn guitar
If I'm James Dean, You're Audrey Hepburn bass
What's A Man to Do? guitar

TimEbaysball (145):

Henchmen Ride bass
Blinded bass
Plague to End All Plagues bass
Incubus bass
Electro-Heaven bass
Fighting Back the Bullies guitar
Fighting Back the Bullies bass
Guitar Sound bass
Lately bass
Genocide bass
O Come, O Come Emmanuel bass
O Come, O Come Emmanuel guitar
Flesh Pull guitar
Uncivilized bass
Flesh Pull bass
The Ending Is Death bass
Kokko - Eagle of Fire bass
Time No More bass
Determined (Vows of Vengeance) bass
Living In A Whirlwind bass
Difference guitar
Difference bass
Erratic Eruption bass
Army of the Damned guitar
Smash the Control Machine guitar
Smash the Control Machine bass
Discharge bass
Hanuman bass
Dying Wish of a Living Man bass
Laceration bass
BBQ Nation bass
Dying Wish of a Living Man guitar
BBQ Nation guitar
Epic Symphony in A Flat Minor, First Movement: Marching Out guitar
Thank You, Pain. guitar
Saga bass
Now or Never bass
Warmachine bass
Now or Never guitar
Far Wanderings guitar
Bang Bang Bang bass
Wake Up bass
Antman guitar
Snowmaiden guitar
The Touch guitar
Antman bass
Snowmaiden bass
The Touch bass
All I Want guitar
Frostbite Cavern bass
All I Want bass
Industrialized guitar
Numb & Intoxicated bass
Beyond Grey bass
Epitome of Misery bass
Numb & Intoxicated guitar
Endzeit bass
The Truth bass
November bass
November guitar
Alive and Kicking bass
Unbound Soul bass
Alive and Kicking guitar
Going Under guitar
10 Signs You Should Leave bass
[[ [&] Delinquents bass]]
Escaping bass
Lollytown guitar
The Clothes That Makes the Man bass
Stay Awake bass
The Omen bass
Eternal Divine Angel Death bass
Twister bass
The Cold Taste of Nickel Plated Steel bass
Special Effects bass
The Fire and the Fury bass
Lindisfarne bass
Real bass
2 Invade (Stadium Mix) bass
Till All Are One guitar
In Case You Forgot guitar
All I Need bass
At the Edge of the World bass
All I Need guitar
At the Edge of the World guitar
Beyond Grey guitar
Lullaby guitar
Marianas Trench bass
A Slight Amplification bass
Dogs Like Vultures bass
Cheyne Stokes bass
The Last Gasp bass
Undead Heart bass
The Last Gasp guitar
Undead Heart guitar
Metamorphosis bass
Learn to Live bass
Lost Boys bass
New Addiction bass
My Parasite bass
Lost Boys guitar
New Addiction guitar
Live to Rock bass
Bitten By the Rattlesnake bass
Light Up the Eyes bass
Platanos Con Sangre bass
Live to Rock guitar
Fighting Spirit bass
Mind Diary guitar
We Are But Instruments bass
Refraction bass
Lamnidae bass
Seed of Discord guitar
We Are But Instruments guitar
Lamnidae guitar
A Fresh Start bass
For You bass
For You guitar
Shed the Blood bass
Passion of My Life bass
Burn bass
Passion of My Life guitar
Burn guitar
Lose It All bass
This Fantasy bass
Other Personality bass
Enemy bass
You Don't Know Me bass
Becoming Blue bass
Lose It All guitar
This Fantasy guitar
Other Personality guitar
Enemy guitar
You Don't Know Me guitar
Becoming Blue guitar
Dark Lord bass
The Ultimate Power bass
Damnation bass
I Cannibal bass
Insanity of the Atoms bass
My Warning guitar
I Cannibal guitar
Dark Lord guitar
Headed for the Ditch bass
Hate to Say guitar

S1ckH4nds (122):

Drunken Lullabies (Live) bass
Cali Girl bass
White Heat bass
The Complexity of Light bass
Running For the Razors bass
Arigato bass
I Know What I Am guitar
Angel Lust bass
Horses In Heaven bass
Requiem For A Dying Song bass
Lady In A Blue Dress bass
Liverpool Judies bass
Superhero! bass
Destructive Device bass
I'm Made of Wax, Larry, What Are You Made Of? bass
Semi-Charmed Life '09 bass
We Are Not Anonymous bass
I Know What I Am bass
Cali Girl guitar
So Says I guitar
Battles and Brotherhood bass
Limousine bass
So Says I bass
Roll the Dice guitar
Lemon Juice bass
Roll the Dice bass
The Buddy Disease bass
Turn Yourself Around bass
Do Not Disturb (Tell Me How Bad) guitar
Energy guitar
Day to Day guitar
Sleep On guitar
Nancy Drew guitar
Lady In A Blue Dress guitar
Lilith In Libra guitar
Too Hot To Handle guitar
Business Time bass
Descend Into the Eternal Pits of Possession bass
Do Not Disturb (Tell Me How Bad) bass
Energy bass
Day to Day bass
Sleep On bass
The Heist bass
Lilith In Libra bass
Too Hot To Handle bass
Trash Candy guitar
Give guitar
It's Not You, It's Everyone guitar
End Quote guitar
Lemon Juice guitar
Grumpytown guitar
VP of Booty Reports guitar
The Most Beautiful Girl (In the Room) guitar
Dirty South Rock guitar
Give bass
It's Not You, It's Everyone bass
Grumpytown bass
VP of Booty Reports bass
Dirty South Rock bass
Young Bloods guitar
Push Me guitar
Young Bloods bass
Push Me bass
Whatever Happened To You bass
The Future Soon bass
Inside Out bass
Can I Stay bass
California bass
Roll Over bass
Nothing There bass
Scavengers of the Damned bass
Not Your Enemy bass
Love Is the Only Thing bass
Inside Out guitar
Dogs Can Grow Beards All Over bass
People Like You bass
Radiator guitar
Close Your Eyes guitar
Midnight Daydreams guitar
Radiator bass
Even Seconds guitar
Swine Houses guitar
Even Seconds bass
Swine Houses bass
Paralyzer guitar
Montana guitar
Paralyzer bass
Montana bass
Heads or Tails? Real or Not guitar
Shot at the Title guitar
Heads or Tails? Real or Not bass
Shot at the Title bass
Dethroned bass
Beauty Queen guitar
Beauty Queen bass
Swallow the Razor bass
Valkyries bass
We're Not Getting Any Younger guitar
Now Demolition bass
Death Metal Guys bass
Sunday Suit guitar
Santa Fe bass
Sunday Suit bass
Oye Vaya bass
You're Not Alone - Rock Mix bass
Dharma Lady guitar
Dharma Lady bass
We Are the One guitar
We Are the One bass
The Way You Move guitar
Detroit City guitar
The Way You Move bass
Detroit City bass
Hey Elevator guitar
Hey Elevator bass
Sorceress bass
Shake bass
Live For Today guitar
Live For Today bass
Riot Act bass
Crash Years guitar
Crash Years bass

sandstorm846 (103):

One Step Behind guitar
Disappear In You bass
This F*ing Job guitar
This F*ing Job bass
Tap Dancing In A Minefield guitar
Painted guitar
Painted bass
The World Is A Thorn bass
Run guitar
Run bass
The Final Episode (Let's Change the Channel) guitar
The Final Episode (Let's Change the Channel) bass
Happy Little Tune guitar
Happy Little Tune bass
Lionheart bass
Head Up High bass
Evil Inside Me bass
Epic Symphony in A Flat Minor, First Movement: Marching Out bass
Army of the Damned bass
Thank You, Pain. bass
Arcaedion guitar
Arcaedion bass
The Deceiver bass
The Permanent Rain guitar
The Permanent Rain bass
Second & Sebring guitar
Second & Sebring bass
Frostbite Cavern guitar
I Still Feel Her, Part III guitar
I Still Feel Her, Part III bass
Run Rabbit Run guitar
Run Rabbit Run bass
Angels We Have Heard On High guitar
Angels We Have Heard On High bass
Creatures ov Deception bass
Let It Change guitar
Let It Change bass
Life Design guitar
Life Design bass
Phantom Limb guitar
Phantom Limb bass
Swallow My Children guitar
Swallow My Chlidren bass
What Morning Brings guitar
What Morning Brings bass
Relentless Chaos guitar
Relentless Chaos bass
The Body guitar
The Body bass
The Healing guitar
The Healing bass
2 Invade (Stadium Mix) guitar
The Pale Rider guitar
The Pale Rider bass
Forever the Martyr guitar
Forever the Martyr bass
Angel guitar
Angel bass
Sexual Man Chocolate guitar
Sexual Man Chocolate bass
Those In Glass Houses guitar
Those In Glass Houses bass
Lullaby bass
Morning Star bass
Enemy guitar
Enemy bass
Creamskull Boogie bass
Blasphemous guitar
Blasphemous bass
Sons of Seven Stars guitar
Sons of Seven Stars bass
The Order guitar
The Order bass
Ode to Logan guitar
Ode to Logan bass
ZTO guitar
ZTO bass
My Wings Are My Eyes guitar
My Wings Are My Eyes bass
King of Frauds bass
District of Misery guitar
District of Misery bass
Abigail guitar
Abigail bass
Seed of Discord bass
The Collapse of Men guitar
The Collapse of Men bass
Come Outside guitar
Come Outside bass
Fight guitar
Fight bass
My Warning bass
Afflicted guitar
Afflicted bass
Come Along bass
Come Along guitar
Desperate Days bass
Every Day is Sunday bass
Every Day is Sunday guitar
Love Song bass
Love Song guitar
Pawns bass
Collision of Fate bass
Wearing A Martyr's Crown bass
Pylo the Pylon guitar

s2kmatt (59):

Another California Song guitar
Limousine guitar
No Heroes guitar
Red Sky At Morn guitar
Survive guitar
Another California Song bass
Approach the Podium bass
Fade Away bass
Fight Back bass
No Direction bass
No Heroes bass
Persistence of Vision bass
Race the Hourglass bass
Red Sky At Morn bass
Survive bass
Still Alive guitar
What A Trip guitar
If Not Now When bass
Still Alive bass
Tadpole Search and Rescue bass
What A Trip bass
A Thousand Nights guitar
A Thousand Nights bass
No Direction guitar
Rearview Mirror guitar
Rearview Mirror bass
Where We're Goin guitar
1348 bass
All Eyes On Me guitar
Frontier Factory guitar
All Eyes On Me bass
Midnight Daydreams bass
Chemical Infatuation guitar
Chemical Infatuation bass
Don't Feel Like That Anymore bass
Night On Bald Mountain (Mussorgsky) bass
Hungarian Dance No. 5 (Brahms) guitar
Light of Day guitar
Rock Your Socks Off guitar
Wrong Side of the Sky guitar
Hungarian Dance No. 5 (Brahms) bass
Light of Day bass
Rock Your Socks Off bass
Wrong Side of the Sky bass
We're Not Getting Any Younger bass
You're An Egg! (Evolution) bass
American Hero bass
When We Fall bass
Dead Wrong bass
Let Me Down guitar
Let Me Down bass
Fake It guitar
Fake It bass
Beethoven - Symphony No. 9 - Scherzo guitar
Beethove - Symphony No. 9 - Scherzo bass
Dead Wrong guitar
Burn bass
Feast or Famine bass
Years in the Darkness bass

Abomstar (56):

You Got That guitar
You Got That bass
50,000 Unstoppable Watts guitar
50,000 Unstoppable Watts bass
Sestri Levante guitar
Sestri Levante bass
Backyard Buildyard guitar
Backyard Buildyard bass
Not My Fault guitar
Not My Fault bass
Bleeder guitar
Bleeder bass
What's Your Favorite Dinosaur? guitar
What's Your Favorite Dinosaur? bass
Makeup/Breakup (Original Version) guitar
Makeup/Breakup (Original Version) bass
Sissyfuss guitar
Sissyfuss bass
Elements guitar
Elements bass
Get the Hell Out Of Here bass
Whatever Is Wrong With You bass
It's Good guitar
It's Good bass
Love And The Triumph Of guitar
Love And the Triumph Of bass
First We Feast, Then We Felony guitar
First We Feast, Then We Felony bass
Running For the Razors guitar
Angel Lust guitar
Horses in Heaven guitar
In Memories guitar
Signs guitar
Mississippi Kite guitar
Fortune guitar
Signs bass
In Memories bass
Fortune bass
Doomsday Party guitar
Mississippi Kite bass
Doomsday Party bass
Whatever Is Wrong With You guitar
Let the Games Begin guitar
Let the Games Begin bass
Africa guitar
I Am Legion bass
You Stay. I Go. No Following. guitar
You Say. I Go. No Following. bass
Homeward Bound guitar
Death Metal Guys guitar
I'm Amazed guitar
I'm Amazed bass
Daisy guitar
Dasiy bass
Gabrielle guitar
Gabrielle bass

inv4der (40):

Push Push (Lady Lightning) bass
Packet Flier bass
Burn It Down bass
Trippolette bass
Day of Mourning bass
A Drug Against War bass
Juke Joint Jezebel bass
Disengage bass
For the Love of God (Live) bass
Disengage guitar
Even Rats guitar
Even Rats bass
Talk About guitar
Rx bass
Stick Stickly bass
Talk About bass
Top Back bass
Code Monkey bass
Ikea bass
One Step Further bass
One Step Further guitar
Sending Signals guitar
The Crying Machine (Live) bass
Unfurling A Darkened Gospel bass
India guitar
India bass
Tastes Like Kevin Bacon bass
Doublecrossed bass
Guitars SUCK bass
Hey There Mr. Brooks guitar
Cheat On the Church bass
Broke Down On the Brazos bass
Modern Mathematics bass
Inno A Satana (Live) bass
Obfuscation bass
The Serpentine Offering bass
Do You guitar
Do You bass
Humanity's Last Hope... (2x Bass Pedal) bass
Second Sight Blackout bass

soulpopped (38):

The Funeral guitar
By Yourself guitar
By Yourself bass
Satellite (Live) guitar
Satellite (Live) bass
You're Not Alone - Rock Mix guitar
I Wanna Be An Alien's Pet guitar
I Wanna Be An Alien's Pet bass
I'm Coming Home guitar
I'm Coming Home bass
Hot Stuff bass
No One's Gonna Love You guitar
Strut guitar
Strut bass
To the Otherside guitar
To the Otherside bass
Chiron Beta Prime guitar
Chiron Beta Prime bass
Done bass
Take Me Away guitar
Take Me Away bass
The Great Salt Lake bass
The Great Salt Lake guitar
Told You Once bass
Rabbits guitar
Rabbits bass
On the Airwaves guitar
On the Airwaves bass
Heavy Plastic bass
The Pose guitar
Hell's Sweet Hands bass
Howling At Summer bass
I Cut Off My Arms guitar
I Cut Off My Arms bass
Spring guitar
Spring bass
Buy You A House bass
iPhone bass

moepOOO (32):

Day of Mourning guitar
Stick Stickly guitar
Where the Light Was Born (Thule Ultima A Sole Nomen Habens) guitar
Drunken Lullabies (Live) guitar
Burn It Down guitar
Liverpool Judies guitar
Unfurling A Darkened Gospel guitar
Flight of the Bumblebee (Rimsky-Korsakov) bass
Fight to Kill bass
Oye Vaya guitar
Disappear In You guitar
Scared To Death guitar
Death by Cancer bass
Simple Man guitar
Inno A Satana (Live) guitar
When We Fall guitar
You Ain't No Family guitar
Burn Her Out guitar
Living In A Whirlwind guitar
I MAED A GAM3 W1TH Z0MB1ES 1N IT !!!1 guitar
Nihilanth bass
Wake Up guitar
Smokahontas bass
Lemon Meringue Tie guitar
The Cold Taste of Nickel Plated Steel guitar
Dark Horse guitar
Supernova guitar
Stay Awake guitar
External Divine Angel Death guitar
Skid Rock guitar
Humanity's Last Hope... guitar
Cluster #2 (RB2 Version) guitar

Xenigma (32):

Walking Away guitar
Walking Away bass
Gave It Up guitar
Gave It Up bass
Watch It All Go Down bass
Icarus' Song bass
Until the Night bass
(Do You Wanna Date My) Avatar bass
Electricity is in My Soul guitar
Electricity is in My Soul bass
How We Operate guitar
How We Operate bass
I Thought I Knew You guitar
I Thought I Knew You bass
The Way You Move guitar
The Way You Move bass
Apocalypse for Breakfast bass
Fox Hunt guitar
Fractured (Everything I Said Was True) guitar
Dawn of a Million Souls (Rock Band Mix) bass
Fox Hunt bass
Fractured (Everything I Said Was True) bass
Jigsaw Man bass
Clockwork guitar
Clockwork bass
Stay Here Forever bass
Coat Rack guitar
Coat Rack bass
Lexington (Joey Pea-Pot With a Monkey Face) bass
Icarus Lives bass
Bend bass
Secondary Gain bass

AMediumBear (23):

Friday the 13th guitar
Nightlife Commando guitar
The World Is A Thorn guitar
Sorceress guitar
Cookie Monster guitar
Bled To Be Free (The Operation) guitar
Molten Death bass
Cookie Monster bass
Janie guitar
The Me You See guitar
Scared to Death bass
Hard to See guitar
Hard to See bass
Endzeit guitar
Hey Baby, Here's That Song You Wanted guitar
Chasing the Light bass
Allegiance guitar
Damn Good Man guitar
Damn Good Man bass
Sunrise guitar
Wearing A Martyr's Crown guitar
[[ [&] Delinquents guitar]]
Stay Here Forever guitar

czwfan2002 (20):

ShadowBang (Head) guitar
Cheating, Lying, Stealing guitar
Shake guitar
In My Head, Out My Head guitar
Turnpike Ghost guitar
Divine guitar
Piranha guitar
Divine bass
Hell's Sweet Hands guitar
Do It To Me guitar
Here And Gone guitar
Molten Death guitar
Believe guitar
Believe bass
Hell Or Hollywood bass
iPhone guitar
The Pizza Morgana Song guitar
Hey Elevator guitar
No One in the World guitar
Told You Once guitar

Adohu (19):

Packet Flier guitar
Fade Away guitar
Liquid Smog (StompBox Remix) bass
Crushed Beyond Dust bass
He Sleeps In A Grove bass
Flight of the Bumblebee (Rimsky-Korsakov) guitar
The Great Plains guitar
Fight To Kill guitar
Infected Nation bass
Burst Into Fears guitar
Black Cloud guitar
Incubus guitar
World On Fire guitar
Erratic Eruption guitar
Lionheart guitar
Unbound Soul guitar
The Hounds of Anubis guitar
Battlesoul guitar
A Christmas Rock Medley guitar

Capt.Howdy (19):

Children of December guitar
Children of December bass
Tricky Girl guitar
Tricky Girl bass
Talk Them Down guitar
Talk Them Down bass
Megatron guitar
Homosuperior guitar
Homosuperior bass
Don't Let Me Down (Slowly) guitar
Cease and Desist guitar
Cease and Desist bass
Dove Nets guitar
Goth Girls bass
Love During Wartime bass
Dove Nets bass
Teeth, Face, Outerspace bass
Australia guitar
Australia bass

ukog-monkey (16):

He Sleeps In A Grove guitar
Liquid Smog (StompBox Remix) guitar
Get the Hell Out of Here guitar
Rip'er guitar
Death Quota for Purification bass
Now Demolition guitar
Descend Into the Eternal Pits of Possession guitar
Life Unworthy of Life guitar
Bleed guitar
For the Love of God (Live) guitar
Death By Cancer guitar
Guitar Sound guitar
Devoid of Thought guitar
Baptized by Fire guitar
Riot Act guitar
Death Quota for Purification guitar

elitewarrior500 (15):

Kokko - Eagle of Fire guitar
Evil Inside Me guitar
Deliver Us guitar
Laceration guitar
Saga guitar
The Deceiver guitar
Hot Stuff guitar
The Gun Show guitar
Obfuscation guitar
Infected Nation guitar
Fate of the Maiden guitar
Lift guitar
Betrayed guitar
Hundred Wrathful Dieties guitar
Creatures ov Deception guitar

Krayzie156 (15):

Kick Some Ass '09 guitar
Kick Some Ass '09 bass
Little Black Backpack '09 guitar
Little Black Backpack '09 bass
Life Unworthy of Life bass
The Mob Goes Wild bass
The Mob Goes Wild guitar
Bodies guitar
Bodies bass
You're A Wolf guitar
You're A Wolf bass
Being Here guitar
Being Here bass
My Favorite New Disaster guitar
My Favorite New Disaster bass

Pas26 (14):

Rip'er bass
Battle Royale bass
Parhelia bass
Days Without guitar
Days Without bass
A Drug Against War guitar
Battles and Brotherhood guitar
Where the Light Was Born (Thule Ultima A Sole Nomen Habens) bass
Fight Back guitar
Undone guitar
In Memory guitar
Septilogy guitar
Cimmerian Shamballa bass
Abraxas of Filth bass

thenewnoelisoncruz (14):

Surf Spy guitar
Surf Spy bass
Your Petty Pretty Things guitar
Your Petty Pretty Things bass
Saint Simon guitar
Saint Simon bass
Cup of Coffee guitar
Old Lady Trouble guitar
Old Lady Trouble bass
Rational Animal/Layered Line guitar
Rational Animal/Layered Line bass
What is Light? Where is Laughter? guitar
White Knuckles guitar
White Knuckles bass

elx (12):

Still There guitar
Under Water I Drown guitar
Nothing There guitar
Still There bass
If Trucks Drank Beer bass
Buried Cold bass
We Are the Best bass
Bringing Love to the Party guitar
Bringing Love to the Party bass
Chalk Lines guitar
Caught bass
Caught guitar

Xpertlefty13 (11):

How We'd Look On Paper bass
How We'd Look On Paper guitar
Car Windows bass
Car Windows guitar
Love During Wartime guitar
Don't Let Me Down (Slowly) guitar
Teeth, Face, Outerspace guitar
Taking Apart A Gigantic Machine bass
Taking Apart A Gigantic Machine guitar
Goodnight Technologist bass
Goodnight Technologist guitar

Acezero-12078 (10):

Lexington (Joey Pea-Pot With A Monkey Face) guitar
Marianas Trench guitar
Girlfriend guitar
Signed With Love guitar
High Class Trailor Trash guitar
XIV bass
Buttersnips bass
Shed the Blood guitar
Cimmerian Shamballa guitar
Insanity of the Atoms guitar

Arcanon (10):

Light bass
Light guitar
Bittersweet Melancholy bass
Epitome of Misery guitar
Vacation bass
Me Elevas bass
Lay Kenneth Lay bass
Saw Down (He Knows) bass
Me Elevas guitar
Stevie guitar

bclare (9):

Creepy Doll bass
Megatron bass
Tongue Twister Typo bass
Tongue Twister Typo guitar
Trash Candy bass
Do It To Me bass
Why bass
Mr. Spock bass
Hate to Say bass

GesterX (9):

Moonshine Hollar guitar
You're My Everything guitar
Race the Hourglass guitar
How We'd Look On Paper
Moonshine Hollar bass
You're My Everything bass
Dance With Me guitar
Doomed guitar
Turn Yourself Around guitar

Steadysphere (7):

The Clothes That Makes the Man guitar
Iceblind guitar
Iceblind bass
Pouncer guitar
Bullet With a Name guitar
Midnight Eyes guitar
Entertain guitar

NfskMjmMal2 (7):

Buster Voodoo guitar
Let Us Slay guitar
Feast or Famine guitar
Fighting Spirit guitar
Bitten By the Rattlesnake guitar
Epic Symphony in A Flat Minor, Second Movement: Blitz bass
Bitten By the Rattlesnake guitar

exc3ptional (7):

Berzerker bass
Cursing Akhenaten bass
Icarus Lives guitar
Nocturnal Wasteland guitar
Nocturnal Wasteland bass
Ride the Stache guitar
Ride the Stache bass

yaktoleft13 (7):

Until the Night guitar
Hitch Up (I'm So Stupid) guitar
Filthy Dog guitar
Blinded guitar
Sabretooth guitar
Sabretooth bass
Forgotten Tragedy guitar

ilblud91 (7):

Last Mistake bass
The Anthem of the Angry Brides guitar
The Anthem of the Angry Brides bass
Leaderless and Self Enlisted guitar
Leaderless and Self Enlisted bass
(Random Song) guitar
(Random Song) bass

JTHomeslice (7):

Code Monkey guitar
I'm Made of Wax, Larry, What Are You Made Of? guitar
Shop Vac guitar
Mandelbrot Set bass
The Ultimate Showdown (RBN Mix) guitar
We Like the Moon guitar
Have Faith In Me guitar

PrestonxPunk (6):

Guitars SUCK guitar
Headed for the Ditch guitar
Pandemonium guitar
Real guitar
Dawn of a Million Souls (Rock Band Mix) guitar
Twister guitar

Confury (6):

Mordecai guitar
We Are Not Anonymous guitar
Henchmen Ride guitar
Cheat On the Church guitar
Modern Mathematics guitar
Autumns of Optimism guitar

machetemonkey (6):

Minnesota guitar
Minnesota bass
Motorcide guitar
Motorcide bass
Yo Shakespeare guitar
Fool guitar

GsLeonidas (6):

Strobe Lights guitar
Hanuman guitar
Voodoo Treasure guitar
The Waiting One guitar
Collision of Fate guitar
Epic Symphony in A Flat Minor, Second Movement: Blitz guitar

thebighorse17 (6):

Indigo Friends guitar
The Crying Machine (Live) guitar
Engine guitar
Plague to End All Plagues guitar
Curse You All Men! (Live) guitar
Determined (Vows of Vengeance) guitar

Chil (6):

Moonboy guitar
Moonboy bass
Genius bass
Hyperbole guitar
Hyperbole bass
Africa bass

Razputin217 (6):

Welcome to My World bass
Johnny Ace 2010 bass
Firehouse Bar bass
Big Bad World One bass
Crinoline bass
Donuts, Go Nuts! bass

MrChachi479 (6):

Ceraunophobia bass
Baptized By Fire bass
Reaper bass
Skid Rock bass
Betrayed bass
Septilogy bass

GanonMetroid (5):

Footloose and Fancy Free guitar
Business Time guitar
American Dream guitar
Buy You A House guitar
Magician guitar

Deschain (5):

Second Best Friend guitar
White Heat guitar
Rx guitar
Last Train to Awesometown bass
Swallow the Razor guitar

HerrSamsa (5):

Indigo Friends bass
People Like You guitar
Tap Dancing In A Minefield bass
Soldier From the Surface guitar
Seven guitar

Gaden9210 (5):

Creamskull Boogie guitar
Uncivilized guitar
Heavy Plastic guitar
A Fresh Start guitar
Disco Ball bass

JOE2210 (5):

Demon Woman bass
Sequestered In Memphis bass
Nancy Drew bass
Stand For Something bass
The Most Beautiful Girl (In the Room) bass

LiesAndGasoline (5):

Sequestered In Memphis guitar
Heimdalsgate Like A Promethean Curse guitar
Genius guitar
Semi-Charmed Life '09 guitar
Demon Woman guitar

FL4RE (4):

Santa Fe guitar
Ramp Truck guitar
Nosophoros bass
Genocide guitar

ProfessorJoe (4):

In Memory bass
Redemption bass
Buster Voodoo bass
Steppin' Lightly guitar

CorruptSH (4):

River of Tuoni guitar
Night On Bald Mountain (Mussorgsky) guitar
Valkyries guitar
Bang Camaro guitar

TehBanStick (4):

Midnight Ride guitar
Midnight Ride bass
One Bad Man guitar
One Bad Man bass

Dogmatic2120 (4):

We Are the Best guitar
Roll Over guitar
Mandelbrot Set
Donuts, Go Nuts! guitar

xBebedora (4):

ShadowBang (Head) bass
Hey Elevator bass
Here and Gone bass
No One in the World bass

J.J. (4):

Soldier From the Surface bass
For We Are Many guitar
Believing bass
Curse You All Men! (Live) bass

Fairwood (3):

Janie bass
Samian guitar
Samiam bass

Piso (3):

California guitar
Sound of the Redeemed guitar
Automatic Doors guitar

MuDvAyNe (3):

Trippolette guitar
Trippolette bass
If Trucks Drank Beer guitar

sokushi (3):

Stegosaurus Song guitar
Stegosaurus Song bass
Can I Stay guitar

GHdave0113 (3):

Buried Cold guitar
Watch It All Go Down guitar
Persistence of Vision guitar

ravagetalon (3):

Ikea guitar
The Future Soon guitar
Creepy Doll guitar

nonzero (3):

Scavengers of the Damned guitar
Bohemian Like You guitar
Bohemian Like You bass

MaRkii1994 (3):

Your Treachery Will Die With You guitar
Berzerker guitar
The Resonance guitar

ace5993 (2):

Parhelia guitar
Crushed Beyond Dust guitar

BobDole (2):

Stick Tight guitar
Cursing Akhenaten guitar

The-B.O.D. (2):

Believing guitar
Johnny Ace 2010 guitar

FurySH (2):

River of Tuoni bass
You Ain't No Family bass

JPrez44 (2):

Chasing the Light guitar
Reaper guitar

PaulAtredites (2):

Roman Candle guitar
Dirty Hair Party guitar

cody46953 (2):

Blood Red Rock guitar
Betty And Me guitar

LasFas (2):

Superhero! guitar
You're An Egg! (Evolution) guitar

SpudY2K (2):

Far Away From Heaven guitar
American Dream bass

MorandiV8SH (2):

Nosophoros guitar
Shallow Waters guitar

gamephr33k13 (2):

XIV guitar
Morning Star guitar

JasonflyXIII (2):

Elisheva, I Love You bass
Elisheva, I Love You guitar

benjt82 (2):

A Little Faster guitar
A Little Faster bass

IceyDefeat (2):

Stand For Something guitar
Stand For Something bass

Carltheshredder (2):

Shape 3 guitar
Fly on the Wall bass

KillerPanda420420 (2):

Hook, Line, and Sinner guitar
Dogs Can Grow Beards All Over guitar

mijmeister (2):

Far Away From Heaven bass
End Quote bass

PD527 (2):

It's Complicated bass
All I Want guitar

BoscoRB (2):

Triceratops guitar
Threads guitar

Auriscope (1):

Buttersnips guitar

Shade (1):

Bleed bass

GibsonLPV (1):

Ceraunophobia guitar

BassGrooveBlue (1):

Let Us Slay bass

doobers (1):

Stevie bass

flockemokke (1):

The Fire and the Fury guitar

Graf (1):

I MAED A GAM3 W1TH Z0MB1ES 1N IT !!!1 bass

MasterNobody (1):

Mordecai bass

kingyami3 (1):

Hundred Wrathful Deities bass

Zman10894 (1):

Second Sight Blackout guitar

Xtresso (1):

We Are the Nightmare guitar

CyberRaiza (1):

Why guitar

TnT326SH (1):

Redemption guitar

Timmah766 (1):

Tastes Like Kevin Bacon guitar

zMaGna720z (1):

Surprise Valley (Live) guitar

Tahmer (1):

Juke Joint Jezebel guitar

Spaph (1):

Bullet With a Name bass

corporalgregg3 (1):

Broke Down on the Brazos guitar

nillacocajola (1):

Done guitar

ElementOfZero (1):

Collapsing guitar

NavyCherub (1):

Footloose and Fancy Free bass

SpellcasterX (1):

The Attitude Song guitar

dudextr (1):

The Attitude Song bass

cdylan13 (1):

Push Push (Lady Lightning) guitar

JRyder (1):

The Buddy Disease guitar

CalChick545 (1):

Sunrise bass

Milkfarrt (1):

Shorty on the Floor guitar

jakeyboy15 (1):

Battle Royale guitar

superspaz117 (1):

Shallow Waters bass

Grausherra (1):

The Complexity of Light guitar

Aleril (1):

Heimdalsgate Like A Promethean Curse bass

leftygod999 (1):

King of Frauds guitar

ThatGHOST1122 (1):

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