The great thing about learning to play the guitar with Rocksmith is that you’ll never find yourself running down the same musical alley. See, over the months and years we’ve had masses of proper metal arrive, we’ve seen pop quite literally ‘pop up’ and we’ve embraced the punk culture like it is one of our own… and that’s without mentioning the wide range of Variety Song Packs that have found their way to the game. Now though we see the Rocksmith DLC gods take us down another track, pushing us out for a trip to the Country with the Brad Paisley Song Pack.

Available right now for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and PC Rocksmith players to enjoy, the Brad Paisley Song Pack contains 3 of the very best country tunes around. With a price of just £6.39 set in stone, we see the bundle deliver the following tunes straight from Brad’s back catalogue…

  • Ticks
  • Whiskey Lullaby – ft. Alison Krauss
  • Mud on the Tires

Of course, with this being Rocksmith and all that, should you not fancy purchasing the full pack, instead wishing to focus your country strumming skills on just the one tune then you can indeed grab each song for £2.39.

With West Virginia’s finest more than capable of delivering tunes that will appeal to a wide range of player, no matter whether you are mastering the dark art of guitar playing with Rocksmith 2014 Edition, or have just taken up the task of learning how to jam with Rocksmith Remastered, the opportunity to get involved with another few tunes is now there.

Should you wish to get involved and would like to check out the Brad Paisley Song Pack on Rocksmith, then head on over to a digital store near you and splash the pennies required. Of course, us Xbox gamers will find the Xbox Store the primary port of call.

For more information on just what makes Rocksmith so good, and whether or not it really is THE fastest way to learn guitar, our full review will provide the goods.

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