Song Info
Released October 9, 2008 for Rock Band

4177 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Classic Rock
Album: Fire and Water (1970)

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All Right Now (Rocksmith)
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Tons of fun. Nicolas-1223
The vocal tier here is devils, and is definitely deserving of it. It's quite a busy vocal chart, with lots of unexpected pitch twists and random utterances such as "mm", "unh", and "yeah". Great song to play if you are a good vocalist; it's not too hard to play if you've heard the song many, many times like I have.

My favorite part of the vocals is how you have to stop the tambourine notes in the middle multiple times just to say one talkie, then continue doing tambourine notes. It's pretty hilarious.
03.17.13 3:17pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
Pretty average verses and choruses, great solo Madotsuki
I didn't expect a whole lot from this chart, but thankfully, there are some good moments, such as the fantastic solo, but the other parts are just pretty average.

During the verses you're mostly playing some 2-note chord patterns that change up a bit each time, sometimes theres some easy double chord strumming, or instead just chord sustains.
The choruses aren't to flashy either, mostly some 2-note chords sustains and single-notes.

The best part of the guitar chart, by far, is the solo. It starts out simple, mostly some sustains and single notes, then all of a sudden it starts doing a crazy, fast HO/PO pattern, then suddenly stops and goes back to the easy stuff....and then more fast HO/POs. This is one of the reasons why I'm bumping this up to a 4/5 from an average 3/5.

Overall, as I said, the chart is pretty average for most of the song, with a decent amount of minor changes, but when the solo comes in, the guitar chart suddenly gets really entertaining.
07.05.12 8:23pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
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