Ever since the release of Rocksmith 2014 Edition back in 2013, we have seen a steady stream of content arrive to ensure the game is kept fresh from one week to the next. And that is exactly what is happening again this week as another new Variety Song Pack arrives – the 19th of that type.

And what a decent pack it is with four cracking tunes that will no doubt appeal to a wide variety of guitarists the world over, with ‘In a Big Country’ by the early-80’s Scottish rockers Big Country leading the way alongside the stunning Stir it Up by Bob Marley & The Wailers. In fact, the Rocksmith Variety Song Pack XIX contains all of the following…

  • Big Country – In A Big Country
  • The Meters – Cissy Strut
  • Bob Marley & The Wailers – Stir it Up
  • White Zombie – More Human Than Human

With a £2.39 price tag attached to each of the individual tunes, and then a full £7.99 being requested for those who wish to see their Rocksmith library increase the most, you can be sure that the latest tracks being delivered by the Variety Song Pack XIX will most certainly help you become the best damn guitarist the world has ever seen.

Rocksmith promises to be the fastest guitar tutor in the land, and if you’ve been struggling to get to grips with the way of the axe, or are picking up a guitar for the first time ever, we highly recommend that you consider it as your teacher. Our full review is right here and well worth a read.

Once you’ve got a copy of the base game to hand – either the Rocksmith 2014 Edition or the Rocksmith Remastered version – then you’ll no doubt want to grab this latest content pack too. The Xbox Store will sort out those Xbox 360 and Xbox One players, whilst those who likes to jam on PS3 or PS4 will need to pop over to the PlayStation Store.

However you wish to learn guitar, Rocksmith is here for you – and the Variety Song Pack XIX is one that should be very appealing to all.

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