It’s been many years since the original Rocksmith launched on console and in that time we’ve seen a huge influx of downloadable content arrive. For that reason alone there is probably a high chance that you now know your way around a fretboard without too much of a care in the world. But hey, the chance to really nail the basics is always appreciated and that is where there latest Rocksmith Easy Exercises Vol 2 content drop comes in.

Available to purchase and add into your game right now on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3 and PS4, the Rocksmith Easy Exercises Vol 2 content follows on nicely from the previous tutoring DLC packs that we’ve seen hit home over the last few months, with this one accompanying the Vol 1 set from back in June.

Priced up at £4.19, the second volume of the Easy Exercises will once again give the opportunity for you to learn and practice your linear playing, string switching, string skipping, hammer-ons and the pull-offs. This is done in typical Rocksmith fashion by providing no less than 5 simple to learn exercises for both the guitar and bass side of the teachings.

You will of course need the brilliant base Rocksmith 2014 Remastered edition of the game to hand in order to learn these latest exercises – and if you haven’t already done so make sure you check out our full review to find out why Rocksmith is the fastest way to learn guitar. But with that in place all it leaves is a trip to your favoured digital store (Xbox One and Xbox 360 players should go to the Xbox Store, while those on PlayStation will find the PS Store more suitable), the opening of the wallet, and the purchase of the Rocksmith Easy Exercises Vol 2 pack.

If you would prefer new tunes, then chances are they’ll be back in force next time around, but as always you can check out the plethora of tracks that have arrived in game by wandering through our back articles. You’ll also find the Intermediate and Advanced Exercises packs in there too.

Let us know what you decide to grab and whether or not these latest Easy Exercises or just that!

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