Hello, I am ThunderDragonRandy, formerly NejiHyuga900/TDPNeji, and I am a staff of the WikiHero. I am a professional, master-like Guitar Hero player (but not God-like). The first Guitar Hero game I played was Guitar Hero II (PS2) at Best Buy. I collected most Guitar Hero games for my Xbox 360 when I had an Xbox 360 and I do own a few On Tour games for Nintendo DS and Guitar Hero Live for my Wii U, which I used to play daily until GHTV shut down.

So far, I haven't done much major edits in this Wikia, despite my title as a staff member, but I do some minor edits in pages like grammar errors, spelling errors, punctuation errors, etc.

My current way of playing Guitar Hero/Rock Band songs and custom songs is through Clone Hero. Here is my history for each Guitar Hero/Rock Band PC clone that I primarily used over the years:

  1. Frets on Fire & Freetar Hero (2007–2009, I alternated between the two but Frets on Fire was my first)
  2. FoFiX (2009–2011)
  3. Phase Shift (2011–2020)
  4. Clone Hero (2017–current, became my main in 2020)

My Guitar Hero games[edit | edit source]

Guitar Hero games owned[edit | edit source]

Here are a list of Guitar Hero games I own or used to owned (even though I don't have them anymore, I do have their setlists for Phase Shift/Clone Hero).

Related games owned[edit | edit source]

Other rhythm-based games that plays like Guitar Hero that I own or have installed.

Guitar Hero and related games played[edit | edit source]

Other Guitar Hero games I played included games that are like Guitar Hero, that I currently don't own.

Guitar Hero skills[edit | edit source]

5-Lane Guitar[edit | edit source]

Difficulty: Expert

I am really good at Guitar Hero games. I am better at doing guitar solos rather than guitar rhythms in Guitar Hero like I shred. But in real life, I am a better rhythm guitarist than a lead guitarist. However, I suck at solos in the classic Guitar Hero games since HO/POs are harder to pull off in the earlier games created by Harmonix. This is why I don't play Rock Band games that much.

I currently own a wireless Xbox 360 Rock Band 2 Stratocaster guitar controller (secondary) and a wireless PlayStation 3 Guitar Hero World Tour guitar controller (main), both which I use on PC. My X360 Stratocaster's frets are getting really worn out so I use my PS3 GHWT guitar.

GHL Guitar[edit | edit source]

Difficulty: Expert

Took me a week to get used to the Guitar Hero Live controller and the highway setup. Still a bit difficult to master especially in fast guitar solos (where I excel on 5-lead guitar but not on GHL Guitar) but I still stick with Expert.

I currently own a Wii U dongle (for my Wii U as I got Guitar Hero Live for Wii U) and and an Xbox 360 dongle (bought the dongle alone for Clone Hero).

Drums[edit | edit source]

Difficulty: Hard to Expert+

My skills on drums tends to be average. I am not a great drummer but drums are kind of fun. I can get rhythms right but what troubles me are bass notes that goes in between notes. I am not good at hitting the same note really fast with two drums going from red to blue to green or in reverse. It seems hard.

I currently play drums with Rock Band 2 drumkit with Rock Band 3 Pro Cymbals (and I do chart all of my Phase Shift/Clone Hero customs with this drum format).

Vocals[edit | edit source]

Difficulty: Hard to Expert

I am not good at singing, except singing Ozzy Osbourne, Metallica and DragonForce songs since I listen to them a lot. I always do Expert but I usually get 3 stars on songs on Expert all the time. I just make noise in the mic instead of singing because it would be easier for me to stay on pitch. I always thought that vocals was my weakest thing but I do a bit poorly on drums too. Whenever I play a solo band (with an instrument and vocals), I always set vocals to Beginner because it would be easier because it is hard to focus on two screens.

Phase Shift/Clone Hero note charts[edit | edit source]

I also make custom songs for Phase Shift and Clone Hero. They could be played in Guitar Hero III PC (with the plugins created by ExileLord) but I wouldn't recommend it because my songs use advanced note types and instruments.

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