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Interactive music learning

What is Rocksmith+?

Learn by playing along to your favorite songs featuring real time feedback, customizable pace, and a vast, ever-expanding song library of official recordings all designed to help you express your creativity.

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Key features

Learn using your favorite songs

Choose from a vast, ever-expanding library of official recordings from the original artists across all genres including classic rock, pop, country, hip hop, and more!

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Real-time feedback

Rocksmith+ continuously tracks and analyzes your performance , while providing instant recommendations to help you learn efficiently and improve your skills.

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Practice tools you control

Rocksmith+’s proven learning method has helped almost 5 million people learn how to play guitar* with a powerful suite of tools to control your learning. Tools like Riff Repeater, allow you to playback and control pace for challenging song sections.

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Add your own song arrangements

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Rocksmith+ introduces Rocksmith Workshop, a new user-generated content system that allows guitar players to add arrangements from a list of pre-licensed songs to the library.

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Learn to play guitar on your phone or tablet

Our Mobile App Is Coming!

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News & Videos

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    When talking about the power trio of dirty guitar sounds, the definitions can get just as fuzzy as the tones themselves.

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    Contrary to popular belief, The Doobie Brothers didn't write this raucuous religious tune – but who is the mysterious "A. Reynolds" who did?

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    Words like "derecho" and "güira" might be new to rock fans, but they drive one of Latin music's most popular genre

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  • In Theory: "All the Things (Your Man Won't Do)" by Joe

    The R&B singer-songwriter's 90s hit offers tons of satisfying chord changes, but really lets the sevenths shine.

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  • Break It Down: The Epicness of Opeth's "Blackwater Park"

    The intelligent twists and turns of this track showcase Opeth's unique brand of progressive metal.

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  • Rocksmith™+ Offers More Guitar Music Learning Than Ever

    The new subscription service teaches electric or acoustic guitar and bass with a vast and ever-expanding library of songs.

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    Introducing Rocksmith Discover

    As you explore your personal musical path, let our exclusive content help you navigate.

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  • How to Buy a Guitar, Part 5: Acoustic/Electrics

    An acoustic/electric gives you the freedom to play with or without an amplifier -- but how much does versatility cost?

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  • Sharp Turns in Annie Lennox's "Walking on Broken Glass"

    The songwriter's solo debut is a masterclass in contrast.

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  • Stretching Time in Julien Doré's "Les bords de mer"

    One extra measure and one unexpected chord completely transform this song – here's why

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  • How to Buy a Guitar, Part 7: Used Gear and The Golden Rule

    The end of our special series reveals truth about used guitars, the possibility of free guitars (yes really), and the wisdom of Frank Zappa.

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