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    Table of Contents
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    1.0 Introduction to Guitar Hero II Faq
    
    2.0 Controls
        2.1 Xplorer Controls
        2.2 Controller Controls
    
    3.0 Tutorial/Practice
        3.1 Step-By-Step Tutorial
        3.2 Proper Use of Practice
    
    4.0 Career
        4.1 Introduction To Guitar Hero II
        4.2 Getting Started
    	4.21 Default Characters
    	4.22 Default Guitars
        4.3 Songs
            4.3.01 Opening Licks
            4.3.02 Amp-Warmers
            4.3.03 String Snappers
            4.3.04 Thrash and Burn
            4.3.05 Return of the Shred
            4.3.06 Relentless Riffs
            4.3.07 Furious Fretwork
            4.3.08 Face-Melters
            4.3.09 Bonus Tracks
            4.4.10 Downloadable Songs
        4.4 Store
    	4.4.1 Guitars
    	4.4.2 Finishes
    	4.4.3 Songs
    	4.4.4 Characters
    	4.4.5 Outfits
    	4.4.6 Videos
    
    5.0 Scoring For Starring
    
    6.0 Multiplayer
        4.51 Cooperative
        4.52 Face-Off
        4.53 Pro Face-Off
    
    7.0 Acheivements
        7.1 What Songs Give What
    
    8.0 Cheats
    
    9.0 Contact Information
    
    10.0 Contributors
    
    11.0 Outro
    
    
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    1.0 Introduction to Guitar Hero II Faq
    --------------------------------------
    
    This is the Guitar Hero II Faq created by GameFAQs user
    Sajhin or JayB The Canadian.  This Faq is for the XBOX
    360 version only and allows me and my contributors to
    help all of you in dire need of help in Guitar Hero II.
    Well here you go, I will be updating on guides on
    expert as soon as I start playing again and have some
    tips to help all of you.
    
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    2.0 Controls
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    2.1 Xplorer Controls
    --------------------
    
    (Full Guitar Diagram Coming SOON)
    
    Green Button -
    
    Confirm
    
    Red Button -
    
    Cancel
    
    Green Through Orange Buttons -
    
    Use these buttons to choose what note to press.
    
    Strum Bar -
    
    Use this bar in order to strum the notes you press from above.
    Strum down to move down menu and same for up.
    
    Whammy Bar -
    
    Use this whammy in order to retrieve more star power
    from the elongated notes, that have a star around them.
    Press against the pick guard.
    (Does not give extra points, only extra star power)
    
    Xbox Guide Button -
    
    Activates the XBOX 360 Dashboard
    
    D-Pad -
    
    Navigates the menues, alternative for strumming.
    
    Start Button -
    
    Confirm/Pause
    
    Back Button -
    
    Back
    
    2.2 Controller Controls
    -----------------------
    
    Left Button -
    
    Red Note
    
    Left Trigger -
    
    Green Note
    
    Right Trigger -
    
    Blue Note
    
    Right Button -
    
    Yellow Note
    
    Left Thumb Pad -
    
    Rotate to use whammy
    
    Back Button -
    
    Activates Star Power, back
    
    D-Pad -
    
    Navigates the menus
    
    Xbox Guide Button -
    
    Activates the XBOX 360 Dashboard
    
    Start -
    
    Confirm/Pause
    
    A Button -
    
    Orange Note/Confirm
    
    B Button -
    
    Cancel
    
    
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    3.0 Tutorial/Practice
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    3.1 Step-By-Step Tutorial
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    Basic Lessons:
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    Lesson 1: Guitar Tuning
    Tune your guitar:
    1. HOLD Fret button to CHOOSE note
    2. Press Strum bar up or down to PLAY note
    
    Press each note three times and strum accordingly.
    
    Lesson 2: Playing Notes
    As notes cross the line, play them on your guitar
    
    Press each note as it passes the target and strum accordingly,
    do this six times in order to continue, it's not hard
    because it's the green button everytimes.  If more of one
    note comes one after another, you can hold down the
    corresponding fret button and strum for every note.
    
    Lesson 3: Different Notes
    Match the note colors to play different notes
    
    Press each note as it passes the target and strum accordingly,
    hit eight notes and you will be done.  Only red, yellow, and green
    notes will pass by.
    
    Lesson 4: Long Notes
    1. Hold fret button down2. Strun
    3. Keep fret button down until the whole note has played
    
    Make sure you follow through on step three because it will not accept
    the note unless you held down the whole note, do this 6 times.
    
    Lesson 5: Chords
    Two notes played at the same time
    
    Hit 6 of these chords in order to continue
    
    Lesson 6: User Interface
    Rock Meter is at bottom right
    
    Yellow = OK performance
    Green = good performance
    Red = poor performance
    Blinking Red = danger!
    Play notes = score points
    
    Basic Tutorial COMPLETE!
    
    
    Star Power Lessons:
    -------------------
    
    Lesson 1: Star Chords
    Hit every note in a Star Combo for a Star Power Boost
    
    Hit the next five notes in order to complete the combo
    
    Lesson 2: Whammy Bar
    After playing a note, move the whammy bar in and out
    to extract Star Power.
    
    You should be able to gain star power from whammy-ing
    three corresponding notes, do not go crazy with the
    whammy bar because it can cause it to break or lose its
    tightness and start moving from gravity on its own.
    
    Lesson 3: Tilt for Star Power
    Tilt the guitar upright to activate Star Power.
    Once it is acitivated you can drop the guitar back down.
    
    Tilt the guitar upwards to activate and once you do so,
    hit 8 notes correspondingly.  This will also double your
    multiplier to the max of 8X.
    
    Star Power Tutorial COMPLETE!
    
    
    Advanced Tutorials:
    -------------------
    
    Lesson 1: String Basics
    
    This lesson talks about how when higher notes are played
    on a guitar, lower notes on the same string to not alter
    this note.  This allows for hammer-ons and pull-offs,
    which are the proper way to play notes with white tops.
    
    Lesson 2: Hammer-On Fingering
    1. Play Green normally (strum)
    2. Hammer-on Red (no strum)
    3. Hammer-on Yellow (no strum)
    
    For those who do not get it, basically put your hand on
    a counter and tap your index finger on it, from there you
    tap with your middle finger and keep going down the row
    of fingers, the faster you can do this correctly, the
    better you can nail those solos. Go through the sequence three times.
    
    Lesson 3: Hammer-Ons
    
    Hit 8 Hammer-On notes in an actual song.
    
    Lesson 4: Pull-Offs
    1. Player Yellow normally (strum)
    2. Pull-off Yellow (no strum)
    3. Pull-off Red (no strum)
    
    Pull-Offs are the same thing as Hammer-Ons except in reverse order,
    except remember that higher notes are the ones played. Basically
    read Lesson 2's description and replace index with pinky or ring
    finger, depending if you're playing with three fingers or four,
    and middle finger with either ring or don't replace it.
    Hit 8 Pull-Off notes in an actual song.
    
    Advanced Tutorial COMPLETE!
    
    
    3.2 Proper Use Of Practice
    --------------------------
    
    Practice Mode is for those who are struggling with a certain song or
    solo, you are allowed to pick bass, lead, or rhythm guitar, depending
    if you want to practice for multiplayer, riffs, choruses, or single
    player.
    
    In order to determine if you good enough for the real times, take
    one of the slow modes and keep practicing until you get at least 80%
    of the notes hit.  From there move up a level until you get to Full
    Speed, if you can accomplish Full Speed with at least 80%, giving
    "under pressure" room for errors, it allows a sure-thing to pass this
    part of the song, or full song.
    
    
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    4.0 Career
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    4.1 Introduction To Guitar Hero II
    ----------------------------------
    
    
    
    4.2 Getting Started
    -------------------
    
    
    
    4.21 Default Characters:
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    Johnny Napalm - Johnny embodies the true spirit of punk rock with his
    		signature stomp and swagger. Released from lockup from
    		"Almost Tolerable Behavior," Johnny lurches back into
    		the spotlight ready for action.
    
    Judy Nails -    A fan of distorted feedback and roller derby, Judy Nails
    		has been a pioneer of Alt-Rock since her first tour at
    		age 17. Known for her hug collection of vinyl, Judy brings
    		a smile, and a lot of pedals, to the stage.
    
    Izzy Sparks -   A real crowd pleaser, Izzy thrills all with his energetic
    		onstage showmanship while delighting the media with his
    		offstage debauchery, Izzy's fan bas is even bigger than
    		his hair.
    
    Pandora -	Pandora's youth is shrouded in mystery, some say she was
    		born in a dimension of pure darkness, others say she was
    		raised in a duplex near Boise. With her blazing solos
    		and chaotic melodies, Pandora is the dark princess of rock
    		(FAQ creator's pick)
    
    Axel Steel - 	Famous for his driving riffs and up-front attitude, Axel
    		Steel first picked up a guitar in an attempt to quell his
    		boredom during suspension from elementary school. The rest
    		is history. Metal history.
    
    Eddie Knox -	When he's not cruisin' in his '55 chevy, Eddit brings his
    		hard-working rock to any stage he sets foot on a real "road
    		dog," Eddie Knox claims that as long as he's got his hollow
    		body and his pomade, he "ain't too far from home."
    
    Casey Lynch -	A veteran of the tour circuit, Casey's dirty, low-end growl
    		and ultra-heavy riffs have influenced budding shredders from
    		Maine to Alaska, she's tough, she's brash, and she'll break
    		your heart faster than an E string.
    
    Lars Umlaut - 	Lock the doors and board the windows, Lars Umlaut is coming
    		for you! An intimidating presence, the Norwegian-Born Umlaut
    		describes himself as "a force for you to be doing the
    		reckoning with!"
    
    4.2.2 Default Guitars:
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    Gibson Les Paul - 	In the hands of Jimmy PAge, Joe Perry, Slash, and 
    			countless others, the Gibson Les Paul shaped the
    			sound of hard rock. Take the stage with this classic
    			model, and channel the real guitar heroes who set
    			the standards.
    
    Gibson SG -		For those about to rock, we... give you the Gibson
    			SG, embraced by the likes of Angus Young, Tony Iommi,
    			and Ian MacKaye, this slim-bodied "Devil Horns"
    			doube-cutaway has become an iconic instrument of
    			heavy rock.
    
    Gibson Flying V - 	The Flying V was one of a trio of radical guitar
    			designs introduced in 1958 in an effort to refute
    			Gibson's reputation for conservative sensibilities
    			and to match the more "modern" instruments favored
    			by the burgeoning rock scene.
    
    4.3 Songs
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    4.3.01 Opening Licks:
    ---------------------
    
    Surrender --Made Famous By Cheap Trick--
    Possum Kingdom --Made Famous By The Toadies--
    Heart-Shaped Box --Made Famous By Nirvana--
    Salvation --Made Famous By Rancid--
    Strutter --Made Famous By KISS--
    Shout At The Devil --Made Famous By Motley Crue-- (ENCORE)
    
    4.3.02 Amp-Warmers:
    -------------------
    
    Mother --Made Famous By Danzig--
    Life Wasted --Made Famous By Pearl Jam--
    Cherry Pie --Made Famous By Warrant--
    Woman --Made Famous By Wolfmother--
    You Really Got Me --Made Famous By Van Halen--
    Tonight I'm Gonna Rock You Tonight --Made Famous By Spinal Tap-- (ENCORE)
    
    4.3.03 String Snappers:
    -----------------------
    
    Carry On Wayward Son --Made Famous By Kansas--
    Search And Destroy --Made Famous By Iggy Pop And The Stooges--
    Message In A Bottle --Made Famous By The Police--
    Billion Dollar Babies --Made Famous By Alice Cooper--
    Them Bones --Made Famous By Alice In Chains--
    War Pigs --Made Famous By Black Sabbath-- (ENCORE)
    
    4.3.04 Thrash And Burn:
    -----------------------
    
    Monkey Wrench --Made Famous By Foo Fighters--
    Hush --Made Famous By Deep Purple--
    Girlfriend --Made Famous By Matthew Sweet--
    Who Was In My Room Last Night? --Made Famous By The Butthole Surfers--
    Can't You Hear My Knockin'--Made Famous By The Rolling Stones--
    Sweet Child O' Mine --Made Famous By Guns 'N' Roses-- (ENCORE)
    
    4.3.05 Return Of The Shred:
    ---------------------------
    
    Rock And Roll Hoochie Koo --Made Famous By Rick Derringer--
    Tattooed Love Boys --Made Famous By The Pretenders--
    John The Fisherman --Made Famous By Primus--
    Jessica --Made Famous By The Allman Brothers Band--
    Bad Reputation --Made Famous By Thin Lizzy--
    Last Child --Made Famous By Aerosmith-- (ENCORE)
    
    4.3.06 Relentless Riffs:
    ------------------------
    
    Crazy On You --Made Famous By Heart--
    Trippin' On A Hole In A Paper Heart --Made Famous By Stone Temple Pilots--
    Dead! --Made Famous By My Chemical Romance--
    Killing In The Name --Made Famous By Rage Against The Machines--
    Freya --Made Famous By The Sword--
    Stop --Made Famous By Jane's Addiction-- (ENCORE)
    
    4.3.07 Furious Fretwork:
    ------------------------
    
    Madhouse --Made Famous By Anthrax--
    The Trooper --Made Famous By Iron Maiden--
    Rock This Town --Made Famous By Stray Cat--
    
    	Expert Guide/Hints To Get By:
    
    	- First practice and practice the GRY part over and over. 
    	  Try doing GR-RY-GR and then skipping the next RY so you're 
    	  at least getting 3/4 of the notes and then from there get
    	  5/6 of the notes (GR-RY-GR-RY-GR then skip the next RY) 
    	  and keep going until you have it mastered or stay in green. 
    	  From this the chords, either you get all them or only concentrate
    	  on enough chords that will get you by, that is how I got through
    	  most of the chords. When you have to do double notes going up and
    	  down the buttons; try hard mode, notice the tempo of the single 
    	  notes, now for expert you do the same tempo except you double strum
    	  (either up and down or just consistantly down, depending on how you
    	  play). Use star power immediately when you're going to fail 
    	  (obviously trick but a lot of people do not follow it, thinking
    	  that they will get by). Keep practicing the following and you 
    	  will eventually get through Rock This Town.
    
    	Expert Guide/Hints To Five-Star:
    
    	- Alt strum the R-G R-Y HOPO sections and the walking guitar riff
    
    	- Watching out for the quick chord to single note combos is a key
    
    	- Use start power correctly, don't waste if your failing
    
    	- Using it during the chord heavy sections is a good boost,
    	  provided you can play them, do not use during the mini-solos
    
    
    
    Laid To Rest --Made Famous By Lamb Of God--
    Psychobilly Freakout --Made Famous By Reverend Horton Heat--
    
    	Expert Guide/Hints:
    
    	- Hold down the red button during the first half of the HOPOs in the
    	  song, then finish it off
    
    	- For points, it's best to use SP during the fast chords and trying
    	  to get it to end before the following SP phrase comes up
    
    	- Practice the end of the song, since a lot of people get 
    	  screwed by it
    
    	- It's truly not that bad once you get used to it
    
    YYZ --Made Famous By Rush-- (ENCORE)
    
    4.3.08 Face Melters:
    --------------------
    
    Beast And The Harlot --Made Famous By Avenged Sevenfold--
    Carry Me Home --Made Famous By The Living End--
    Institutionalized --Made Famous By Suicidal Tendencies--
    Misirlou --Made Famous By Dick Dale--
    Hangar 18 --Made Famous By Megadeth--
    Free Bird --Made Famous By Lynyrd Skynyrd-- (ENCORE)
    
    4.3.09 Bonus Tracks:
    --------------------
    
    Raw Dog --Made Famous By The Last Vegas--
    Arterial Black --Made Famous By Drist--
    Collide --Made Famous By Anarchy Club--
    Drink Up --Made Famous By Ounce Of Self--
    Elephant Bones --Made Famous By That Handsome Devil--
    Fall Of Pangea --Made Famous By Valient Thorr--
    FTK --Made Famous By Vagiant--
    Gemini --Made Famous By Brian Kahenek--
    Kicked To The Curb --Made Famous By Noble Rot--
    Push Push (Lady Lighting) --Made Famous By Bang Camaro--
    Laughtrack --Made Famous By Acro-brats--
    Less Talk More Rokk --Made Famous By Freezepop--
    Jordan --Made Famous By Buckethead--
    
    	Expert Guide/Hints:
    
    	- Practice the whole song ahead of time because what tends to happen
    	  is you can actually lose after the BNOF if you don't know the rest
    	  of the song
    
    	- For the solos, hit the triplets before it and stay in the green
    
    	- Then just watch the patterns of the solo closely to get an idea
    	  of what to hit
    
    Mr. Fix It --Made Famous By The Amazing Crowns--
    The New Black --Made Famous By Every Time I Die--
    One For The Road --Made Famous By Breaking Wheel--
    Parasite --Made Famous By The Neighborhoods--
    Radium Eyes --Made Famous By Count Zero--
    Red Lottery --Made Famous By Megasus--
    Six --Made Famous By All That Remains--
    Soy Bomb --Made Famous By Honest Bob And The Factory-To-Dealers Incentives--
    The Light That Blinds --Made Famous By Shadows Fall--
    Thunderhorse --Made Famous By Dethklok--
    Trogdor --Made Famous By Strongbad--
    
    	Expert Guide/Hints:
    
    	- For the second verse, keep your ring finger on yellow
    	  ad use the remaining three to switch chords
    
    X-Stream --Made Famous By Voivod--
    Yes We Can --Made Famous By Made In Mexico--
    
    4.3.10 Downloaded Tracks:
    -------------------------
    
    First Pack:
    -----------
    Ace Of Spades --Made Famous By Motorhead--
    Bark At The Moon --Made Famous By Ozzy Osborne--
    Hey You --Made Famous By Exies--
    
    Second Pack:
    ------------
    Frankenstein --Made Famous By Edgar Winter Group--
    Killer Queen --Made Famous By Queen--
    Take It Off --Made Famous By The Donnas--
    
    Third Pack:
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    Higher Ground --Made Famous By Red Hot Chili Peppers--
    Infected --Made Famous By Bad Religion--
    Stellar --Made Famous By Incubus--
    
    4.4 Store
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    4.4.1 Guitars:
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    Gibson X-Plorer -	Along with the V and the Moderne, the Explorer
    			(its original name was changed in 2002) was part
    			of Gibson's three-pronged, late-'50s entry into
    			progressive guitar design. ($700)
    
    Gibson Les Paul -	First appearing as a double-cutaway in 1958, this
    Double Cutaway		version of the Les Paul allows for greater access
    			to all 22 frets, while retaining certain key
    			qualities such as the LP's legendary sustain. ($850)
    
    Gibson Firebird -	Launched in 1963 as a "toned down" version of the
    			(then) commercially unpopular Explorer, the Firebird
    			featured neck-through construction, humbuckers, and
    			a scultped two-tone headstock with banjo pegs. ($700)
    
    Epiphone Coronet -	Originally, this one-pickup entry-level double-cutaway
    			was slated to be released as a Gibson, with the name
    			"Moderne," though when it appeared in 1958 it was
    			mysteriously renamed and re-branded. ($550)
    
    Kramer Vanguard	-	A heavy metal landmark, Kramer's V-shaped guitar was
    			favored by velocity hounds from its introduction,
    			thanks to super-hot pickups and a fast, low-action
    			neck. ($700)
    
    Gibson Moderne - 	The doomed sibling of the Flying V and Explorer, the
    			Gibson Moderne is the Holy Grail of guitar collectors
    			- the existence of even a single model from the
    			original production run is in doubt. ($850)
    
    Gibson Corvus -		Though decidedly ungainly, Gibson's early '80s stab at
    			a New Wave austhetic has nonetheless gained a loyal
    			following amongst guitar aficionados with a taste for
    			the bizarre. ($550)
    
    Gibson ES-335 -		This celebrated thinline, semi-acoustic model features
    			a maple arched top and back, slim and fast neck with
    			adjustable truss rod, and twin humbucking pickups
    			with seperate tone and volume control, which can be
    			preset by the player. ($850)
    
    Kramer 650 -		Kramer's wildly innovative 650 features a maple-walnut
    			composite body, Sperzel tuners, a zero fret, and -
    			most significantly - an aluminum neck with forked
    			headstock.  This distinctive neck construction
    			produces increased sustain. ($700)
    
    Gibson EDS-1275 - 	Gibson first began to offer custom-order doublenecks
    			in 1958 - initially as a 6- & 12- strubg combo and
    			a 6- string & maudolin combo. With an arched spruce
    			top and double Florentine cutaways, they recall the
    			SG body style. ($950)
    
    Gibson Melody Maker -	Double-cutaway Melody Makers were originally offered
    			as entry-level guitars, but with the passage of time
    			and association with certain... (ahem) "runaway"
    			success stories, '60s Melody Makers have become highly
    			sought-after. ($700)
    			(Faq Creator's Pick)
    
    Gibson Sonex 180 -	Launched in 1980, the Sonex's Multi-phonic body was
    			composed of a hybrid material designated "Resonwood"
    			(wood core, resin outer layer) and the guitar featured
    			many characteristics of the Les Paul, but at a more
    			affordable price. ($550)
    
    Gibson Marauder - 	Gibson's mid-'70s "budget" solid body offering, the
    			Marauder was an amalgam of design elements, boasting
    			a "Les Paul-ish" alder body, a V-series headstock,
    			and featuring both a humbucker and single coil pickup.
    			($550)
    
    Epiphone Casino -	As one of John Lennon's favored guitars, the archtop
    			Epiphone Casino played a significant role in shaping
    			the soundtrack of the sixties. ($700)
    
    Epiphone Sheraton -	A more upscale semi-acoustic known for its warm tone,
    			the double-cutaway Sheraton features an inlayed
    			headstock, block/triangle fretboard inlays, and neck 
    			and body binding. ($700)
    
    Gibson Chet Atkins -	Introduced in 1986 and modeled after Chet Atkin's
    Country Gentleman	classic archtop, this model was built in close
    			partnership with Atkins and features a wood interior
    			block for greater sustain, gold-plated Bigsby
    			tallpiece, and tortoiseshell armrest. ($850)
    
    The Fish -		This is a highly practical and efficial guitar.
    			Because it looks like a fish. ($500)
    
    The USA -		Sometimes people think that it'd be a good idea to
    			make guitars in funny shapes.  Sometimes people
    			mistakenly drink a tall glass of apple vinegar
    			thinking that it's apple juice. Things happen
    			like that. ($1000)
    
    The Coffin -		Coffins are kinda cool in a creepy, Misfits way.
    			Guitars are cool.  You'd think this could work.
    			($1000)
    
    The Viking -		The Vikings were a Nordic seafaring people noted
    			for their violent raids along the coasts of France
    			and the British Isles in the 8th through 11th
    			Centuries.  All of this history culminates in a
    			guitar shaped like a viking with a sword in his
    			head.  ($2000)
    
    The Snaketapus -	"Whats a 'snaketapus'?" you ask? Well, it's a skull
    			with snakes coming out of it and it's... um... a
    			guitar. ($2000)
    
    The Eyeball -		Get five stars on every song on HARD. I know, it's
    			scary.  You can do it, cap'n.
    
    The Battle Axe -	It's likely a guy in Manowar actually plays a guitar
    			like this, so I guess that's something. ($5600)
    
    "The Log" -		If you take the time to get five stars on every song
    			on EXPERT, this guitar will make up for the fact that
    			you've lost all of your friends.
    
    Scythe -		On second thought, you probably should fear the
    			Repear, equally suited for uber-fast shredding
    			or deadly combat, this literal axe is a dangerous
    			mother.  (Comes with the purchase of the Grim Ripper)
    			(Only usable by the Grim Ripper)
    
    4.4.2 Finishes:
    ---------------
    
    Cayenne Standard -	Spice up the archetypal solidbody electric with this
    			special cayenne-red veneer Les Paul standard. ($250)
    			(Gibson Les Paul)
    
    Rose Burst Goddess -	With a slimmer profile and lighter overall bodyweight.
    			the Goddess's stylish appearance - courtesy of
    			finishes such as Rose Burst over the figured maple
    			top, couple with translucent humbuckers - appeals to
    			players regardless of gender. ($550)
    			(Gibson Les Paul)
    
    Zakk Wylde Custom -	Based on Wydle's trademark "Grail" bullseye-design Les
    			Paul, this signature model combines bold visual
    			elements with "shred-ready" custom mods, including two
    			EMG humbuckers and an oiled, raw maple neck. ($550)
    			(Gibson Les Paul)
    
    Worn White Special -	Guitarists like Wayne Kramer, Eric Bloom, and Duane
    			Allman helped to turn the Gibson SG into an icon in
    			its own right. Join the ranks, with this time-honored
    			Worn White model. ($250)
    			(Gibson SG)
    
    Candy Apple GT -	The GT series is geared towards the giggling
    			guitarist, with a number of road-ready features. An
    			over/under dual truss rod provides extra neck
    			reinforcement, while a Neutrik input jack and dual
    			function strap locks ensure that you'll stay
    			connected. ($450)
    			(Gibson SG)
    
    Custom Flame Finish -	You'll presumably be playing an SG while the Highway
    			to Hell - may as anticipate your end-pont with this
    			tricked out custom finish. ($550)
    			(Gibson SG)
    
    Natural V2 -		By the late seventies, high profile usage of the
    			Flying V via the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Dave Davies
    			had prompted numeroud reissues of the model. The
    			second-generation V2 featured two distinctive
    			Boomarang pickups. ($250)
    			(Gibson Flying V)
    
    New Century Finish -	Back in the reflected (literally) glory of this iconic
    			guitar, presented here in new-millenium fasion
    			complete with full body mirrored pick guard. ($450)
    			(Gibson Flying V)
    
    Worn Cherry Finish -	Make 'em think you've been at it for years, courtesy
    			of this V's well-worn, "weathered" finish. ($550)
    			(Gibson Flying V)
    
    Natural Finish -	Explorers such as this Natural finish model have been
    			played by Bob Mould, The Edge, and Lynyrd Skynyrd's
    			Allen Collins, among others.  ($250)
    			(Gibson X-plorer)
    
    Custom Rising Sun -	If you can't blind 'em with blazing licks, try
    Finish			blinding your audience with this custom Explorer
    			featuring a scorching Rising Sun finish. ($450)
    			(Gibson X-plorer)
    
    Classic White Finish -	Some of the most brutal speed metal rhythms of the
    			mid-'80s were authored on a white Gibson Explorer.
    			Strap this bad boy on and Jump in the Fire, brah.
    			($450)
    			(Gibson X-plorer)
    
    Custom Cherry Swirl -	This eye-catching black and red finish augments one of
    Finish			Gibson's most recognized and daring guitar designs 
    			($550)
    			(Gibson X-plorer)
    
    TV Yellow Finish -	Thanks to the debauched, low-slung guitar exploits of
    			one Johnny Thunders, the TV Yellow double-cutaway has
    			become the quintessential trash-punk Gibson. ($250)
    			(Gibson Les Paul Double Cutaway)
    			(Gibson Corvus)
    
    Custom Resin Finish -	Gibson goes Jurassic with this unique amber LP
    			double-cutaway - complete with prehistoric mosquito
    			trapped within the fossilized resin. ($550)
    			(Gibson Les Paul Double Cutaway)
    
    Ice Blue Finish -	The Firebird's unusual body shape has been termed
    			"reverse," due to the treble-side's horn being higher
    			and more pronounced than the other - a profile unique
    			to this guitar and the Explorer, from which the
    			Firebird was derived. ($250)
    			(Gibson Firebird)
    
    Ebony Finish -		Featuring the more typical set-neck design, instead of
    			the classic Firebird's neck-through-body construction,
    			the Firebird Studio offers a slightly different spin
    			on this landmark's guitar. ($450)
    			(Gibson X-plorer)
    
    Custom Leopard Skin -	Reowrr! This little kitten's got claws, mny friend.
    Finish			Saucer of milk - table three! Um... point made? Good.
    			($550)
    			(Gibson Firebird)
    
    Cherry Finish -		In 1959, Epiphone began shipping the Coronot in cherry
    			red with a P-90 pickup.  These "budget" offerings now
    			regularly fetch top dollar amongst vintage collectors.
    			($250)
    			(Epiphone Coronet)
    
    Tobacco Burst Finish -	Featuring gold hardware, two high output humbuckers,
    			and a more traditional 6-on-a-side headstock, this
    			model proves the Coronet cleans up real nice. ($450)
    			(Epiphone Coronet)
    
    Green Finish -		Maximize the Coronet's retro-cool factor with this
    			radiant green sparkle finish. ($550)
    			(Epiphone Coronet)
    
    Yellow Finish -		Bust out the hairspray and pour yourself into some
    			spandex - this brilliant yellow Vanguard is taking
    			you back to the time when hair-metal ruled the charts,
    			whether you like it or not. ($450)
    			(Kramer Vanguard)
    
    Red Finish -		Echoing the angular, shrp-edged tailfins on cars of
    			the late 1950s, the radical design of the mysterious
    			Moderne would have made it a highly sought-after
    			period piece, even if it had been widely distributed.
    			($550)
    			(Gibson Moderne)
    
    Natural Finish -	"Bottle-opener" guitar, au naturel. The Corvus, with
    			its offset v-type cut, rosewood fingerboard, and
    			bolt-on maple beck, was discontinued in 1984. ($300)
    			(Gibson Moderne)
    			(Gibson Corvus)
    
    Custom Cherry Finish -	Eric Clapton, Alvin Lee, and numerous other guitar
    			luminaires have made the most of the ES335's thin
    			double-cutaway body and speed, low-action neck to
    			craft some of popular music's most memorable guitar
    			line. ($450)
    			(Gibson ES-335)
    
    White Finish -		Sometimes good guys don't wear white - beneath this
    			striking finish lies some of the most badass guitar
    			innovations of the late 1970s, making the 650 still
    			well ahead of the curve today. ($550)
    			(Gibson Flying V)
    			(Gibson Les Paul Double Cutaway)
    			(Kramer 650)
    
    Alpine White Finish -	The EDS-1275 has been played by a strikingly diverse
    			group of guitarists, including James Hetfield, Alex
    			Lifeson, Tom Morello, Don Felder, Pete Townshend, and
    			Zakk Wylde.
    			(Gibson EDS-1275)
    
    
    4.4.3 Songs:
    ------------
    (All of them cost $550)
    
    
    Raw Dog -		Full throttle rock that never slows up. A great mix of
    (The Last Vegas)	rock, grage and post-punk kicks. Contest winners The
    			Last Vegas have got what is takes - America will never
    			know what hit 'em. Grab the new album 'SEAL THE DEAL'.
    
    Arterial Black -	Drist returns to offer a double-dose of flying
    (Drist)			fretwork with Arterial Black.
    
    Collide -		Anarchy Club returns to Guitar Hero with "Collide,"
    (Anarchy Club)		the newest song from their upcoming E.P. - "A Single
    			Drop of Red." Wanna know what a love song for the
    			apolcalypse sounds like? Like This..
    
    Drink Up -		OUNCE of SELF is ready to out-heavy the entire face
    (Ounce Of Self)		of this planet!  Keeping everything heavy sludgy, and
    			earth-shakingm the band tends to leave their mark on
    			the metal scene.
    
    Elephant Bones -	That Handsome Devil: Born of chemicals and lightning
    (That Handsome Devil)	sparks, just in time to kick the world's teeth in.
    
    Fall Of Pangea -	Valient Thorr wrote this song about the beginning of
    (Valient Thorr)		the Earth, to explain what really happened... how the
    			dinosaurs were killed by weather and how Earth was
    			seeded by the Venusians in search of a new home.
    
    FTK -			VAGIANT is composed of 3 HMX miscreants (Elena, The
    (Vagiant)		Hellion, and Leanne) and one scrappy drummer
    			(LoWreck). When not writing heavily edited anthems
    			like this one, they spend their free time hating
    			stuff.
    
    Gemini -		"Kahanek lets loose (on 'Real Life') with one vivid
    (Brian Kahenek)		demonstration after another of the pure joy of playing
    			the electric guitar as if your life depended on it."
    			- Jason Warsburg
    			- "The Daily Vault" (not to be confused with Jason
    			Warsburg of HMX)
    
    Kicked To The Curb -	Noble Rot is pure American rock 'n' roll with an extra
    (Noble Rot)		large side order of PARTY. Founded in 2006, their
    			first full-length album debuts December 7th.
    
    Push Push -		Bang Camaro is slowly turning Boston into the new
    (Lady Lightning)	Sunset Strip. Hide your girlfriends.
    (BANG CAMARO)
    
    Laughtrack -		In a bid to force listeners to look beyond the
    (Acro-brats)		boy-band cuteness and stylish haircuts that first made
    			them household names, Boston's The Acro-brats haven't
    			shaved or showered since 2005.
    
    Less Talk More Rokk -	Stop talking, start rokking! Freezepop is back with
    (Freezepop)		fuzzy keytars and keys to the Eliminator which we
    			scored cheap from the Top
    
    Jordan -		Buckethead wrote and recorded "Jordan" specificially
    (Buckethead)		for Guitar Hero II (in a special chicken coop, no
    			less!)
    
    Mr. Fix It -		Under your hood, HMX lackey and Crowns singer Jason
    (The Amazing Crowns)	Kendall is a jack-of-all-trades.
    
    The New Black -		"If the only thing your band has to look forward is to
    (Every Time I Die)	playing the county fair or the minor league baseball
    			stadium circuit, it's time to hang it up."
    			- Keith Buckley
    			- Every Time I Die
    
    One For The Road -	Breaking Wheel (formerly called Artillery) is a Boston
    (Breaking Wheel)	trio that disregards any boundaries in the metal
    			genre. If it's heavy, they'll play it.
    
    Parasite -		Boston legends The Neighborhoods helped to pioneer the
    (The Neighborhoods)	sound of the hooky garage-rock that still dominates
    			the local music scene today.
    
    Radium Eyes -		An interesting, catchy, playable song, written just
    (Count Zero)		for Guitar Hero II by Count Zero, a Boston band known
    			for its peculiarities. And dalliances. And fol-de-rol.
    			And a hodgepodge of hocus-pocus hot-polloi.
    
    Red Lottery -		Like a wild power, burning the ice black beneath its
    (Megasus)		hooves of steel, the MEGASUS bears tales of woe upon
    			its furrowed brow.
    
    Six -			Featuring guitar wizardry from Oli Herbert and Mike
    (All That Remains)	Martin, All That Remains us modern metal with
    			twin-guitar throwbacks to Iron Maiden. "Six is taken
    			from their album "The Fall of Ideals."
    
    Soy Bomb -		Honest Bob and the Factory-to-Dealer Incentives surf
    (Honest Bob And The	their way into the sequal on a wave of jubilation.
    Factory-To-Dealer
    Incentives)
    
    The Light That Blinds -	With 5 albums under their belt, a Grammy nomination
    (Shadows Fall)		and main stage spot on the Ozzfest, international
    			metal heroes Shadows Fall shows no signs of stopping.
    			(Faq Creator's Pick)
    
    Thunderhorse -		Extreme METAL band DETHKLOK - "the biggest act in the
    (Dethklok)		universe" - brings forth the ultimate metal
    			Armaggedon. Prepare to be crushed. On
    			[adult swim](TM).
    
    Trogdor -		The Trogdor song from the Strong Bad Email 'dragon'
    (Strongbad)		was actually an afterthought that was added at the
    			last minute.  Mike was finishing up the cartoon and
    			Matt suddenly started screaming the chorus while
    			making eggs.
    
    X-Stream -		This track is off the highly anticipated 14th album
    (Voivod)		album by Voivod, entitled 'Katorz' on The End records.
    
    Yes We Can -		Made In Mexico was made in Providence, Rhode Island
    (Made In Mexico)	while eating stuffles off a Red. The smallest
    			state in the nation actually has over 4000 miles
    			of ocean coastline, and all Rhode Islanders live
    			within a 12 minute drive of the Atlantic.
    
    
    4.4.4 Characters:
    -----------------
    
    Clive Winston -		Having abandoned his fascination with sitar (an
    			interest developed during a court-ordered
    			"meditation retreat"), Clive returns to the
    			forefront of classic rock with his guitar
    			wizardry and iconic status. ($5000)
    
    Xavier Stone -		Raised in suburban Connecticut, Xaiver Stone broke
    			from his pampered umbringing after realizing he
    			preferred rock clubs to country clubs. Weaving
    			slick '70s style with chunky grooves, Xavier does
    			it right every time. ($5000)
    
    Grim Ripper -		The rock star is bad to the bone. Grim's riffs are so
    			killer, fans are lucky just to leave the show with
    			their souls intact.  Grim's supernatural licks always
    			knock 'em dead.  'Cause he's... you know... right.
    			($7000)
    
    4.4.5 Outfits:
    --------------
    
    Johnny Napalm -		Johnny has a couple of different looks, but neither
    (Liberty Spikes)	of them involves bathing. With liberty spikes and a
    			bullet belt, Johnny makes sordid degenerate behavior
    			look pretty good. ($2000)
    
    Judy Nails -		The queen of alternative rock, through and through,
    (Snakes)		Judy is always seen in the latest styles.  Keep her
    			on the cutting edge with this cute get-up. ($2000)
    
    Izzy Sparks -		Not everybody can pull off a top hat and feather boa.
    (Top Hat)		Izzy is not afraid to subvert the dominant paradigm
    			in his ultraglam ensemble. ($2000)
    
    Pandora -		The conssummate chameleon, Pandora is admired almost
    (Feathers)		as much for her unique and ever-changing personal
    			style as for her incomparable shredding skills.
    			($2000) 
    			(Faq Creator's Pick)
    
    Axel Steel -		Since they don't make you play better and you can't
    (Other Shirt)		drink'em, Axel has zero interest in clothes. But even
    			Axel needs a change once in awhile. ($2000)
    
    Eddie Knox -		Eddix Knox is one cat who ain't afraid to look his
    (Vegas)			best.  As long as his hair is in place, he's as
    			comfortable in old jeans as he is in these swanky
    			duds. ($2000)
    
    Casey Lynch -		Casey's look is designed for backbreaking life on
    (Skins)			the road; if she can't pass out in the van wearing
    			it, she's not interested. ($2000)
    
    Lars Umlaut -		Asked about his gauntlets-to-gargoyles style, Lars
    (Gargoyles)		responds, "LARS HAS A REPUTATION OF STRENGTH OF WHICH
    			HE NEEDS TO BE DOING THE UPHOLDING!" ($2000)
    
    4.4.6 Videos:
    -------------
    
    Guitar Hero II: -	The Guitar Hero II development team takes you
    Behind The Scenes	backstage to see what life is REALLY like at
    			Harmonix. ($1500)
    
    Guitar Hero II: -	Check out an exclusive behind-the-scenes video
    Making of Songs		of the recording of the Guitar Hero II songs.
    			($1500)
    
    
    ------------------------
    5.0 Scoring For Starring
    ------------------------
    
    It has been argued that the scoring is either based off of multipliers
    or score, since they are both dependent off of each other.  So for
    arguers I will give the approximate scores and multipliers for 5 stars.
    
    ***Scores are all approximations if you have a lower number that is 5 star
    that you would like to share for a minimum, it will be appreciated.
    
    Scores:
    -------
    
    Surrender 184,943
    Possum 202,233
    Heart 190,748
    Salvation 129,755
    Strutter 166,130
    Shout 115,509
    
    Mother 145,925
    Life 17,262
    Cherry 102,086
    Woman 141,879
    Tonight 125,743
    
    Carry On 162,036
    Search 197,330
    Message 183,868
    Billion 108,825
    Them 155,073
    War 217,969
    
    Monkey 289,815
    Hush 138,816
    GF 137,590
    WWIMRLN 205,653
    Knockin 165,743
    Sweet 178,744
    
    RRHK 165,049
    Tattooed 181,943
    John 119,196
    Jessica 196,378
    Bad Rep 131,876
    Last 135,963
    
    Crazy 231,031
    Trippin 179,167
    Dead 167,836
    KITN 282,189
    Freya 249,410
    Stop 191,135
    
    Madhouse 253,474
    Trooper 229,000
    RTT 217,723
    LTR 220,701
    PF 166,172
    YYZ 158,643
    
    BATH 281.916
    Carry 214,936
    Inst 242,130
    Misirlou 201,137
    H18 288,333
    Free Bird 341,113
    
    Multipliers:
    ------------
    
    2.0 Multiplier = 4 Starred Song
    2.8 Multiplier = 5 Starred Song
    
    ---------------
    6.0 Multiplayer
    ---------------
    
    6.1 Cooperative
    ---------------
    
    Two players work together to make it through a song and get
    the highest score possible!  In this mode one player plays
    the lead guitar and the other player either plays the rhythm
    or bass guitar.  Each player can adjust the difficulty to fit
    their skill level.
    
    Both players must share a multiplier and a rock meter.
    
    Bonus basses:
    -------------
    Finish the following tasks to unlock the indicated bass in the shop 
    for Co-op mode:
    
    Reach 5 stars on 20 songs in Co-Op   - Cream SG
    Reach 5 stars on 10 songs in Co-Op   - Lava Pearl Musicman Stingray
    Reach 5 stars on every song in Co-Op - Natural Sunburst Gibson
    				       Thunderbird Bass
    Reach 4 stars on all Co-Op songs     - Natural Maple Gibson Grabber Bass
    Finish 40 Songs in Co-Op mode        - Gibson Les Paul with the
    				       Cherry Classic skin
    Finish 30 Songs in Co-Op mode 	     - Gibson Thunderbird
    Finish 20 Songs in Co-Op Mode        - Gibson Grabber
    Finish 10 Songs in Co-Op mode        - Gibson SG Bass
    Finish every song on Co-Op mode      - Hofner Bass
    
    
    (I will include multipliers and scores for 4-starring
    and 5-starring Cooperative songs)
    
    6.2 Face-Off
    ------------
    
    Two players compete against each other while alternating play
    on the same note chart.  Each player can adjust the difficulty to
    fit their skill level.
    
    6.3 Pro Face-Off
    ----------------
    
    This is the ultimate duel for guitar champions.  Two players battle
    it out playing the same note chart time on the same difficulty level.
    (Unlocked after beating a difficulty level higher than Easy)
    
    
    ----------------
    7.0 Acheivements
    ----------------
    
    100K Club (10)
    	- Get 100,000 or more on a song
    
    200K Club (30)
    	- Get 200,000 or more on a song
    
    300K Club (30)
    	- Get 300,000 or more on a song
    
    400K Club (30)
    	- Get 400,000 or more on a song
    
    Champagne Room V.I.P. (30)
    	- Get 500,000 or more on a song
    
    200K Pair (30)
    	- Get 200,000 or more on a song in Cooperative Mode
    
    400K Pair (30)
    	- Get 400,000 or more on a song in Cooperative Mode
    
    600K Pair (30)
    	- Get 600,000 or more on a song in Cooperative Mode
    
    800K Pair (30)
    	- Get 800,000 or more on a song in Cooperative Mode
    
    Millionaire Pair (30)
    	- Get 1,000,000 or more on a song in Cooperative Mode
    
    Record Collector Award (10)
    	- Unlock Rat Cellar
    
    New Kid (10)
    	- Unlock Blackout Bar 
    
    Young Gun (10) 
    	- Unlock RedOctane Club 
    
    Shredder (10)
    	- Unlock Vans Warped Tour
     
    Rock Star (10)
    	- Unlock Harmonix Arena
    
    Axe Grinder (10) 
    	- Unlock Rock City Theater
    
    Guitar Hero (10) 
    	- Unlock Stonehenge
    
    Easy Tour Champ (10) 
    	- Beat the Easy tour
    
    Medium Tour Champ (30) 
    	- Beat the Medium tour
    
    Hard Tour Champ (30) 
    	- Beat the Hard tour
    
    Expert Tour Champ (30) 
    	- Beat the Expert tour
    
    Sandbox Hero Award (30)
    	- Earn five stars on all songs in the Easy tour
    
    Most Likely to Succeed Award (30)
    	- Earn five stars on all songs in the Medium tour
    
    Guitarmaggedon Award (30)
    	- Earn five stars on all songs in the Hard tour
    
    Start a Real Band Already Award (30)
    	- Earn five stars on all songs in the Expert tour
    
    Scoremonger Award (10)
    	- Get an 8x multiplier
    
    Dimebag Darrell Award (10) 
    	- Get a 100 note streak
    
    Eddie Van Halen Award (30)
    	- Get a 500 note streak
    
    Yngwie Malmsteen Award (30)
    	- Get a 1000 note streak
    
    Perfectionist Award (30)
    	- Get 100% notes hit on a song
    
    Lennon & McCartney Award (10)
    	- Get an 8x streak in Cooperative
    
    Joan & Lita Award (30)
    	- Get a 100 note streak in Cooperative
    
    Joe & Steven Award (30)
    	- Get a 500 note streak in Cooperative
    
    Keef & Mick Award (30) 
    	- Get a 1000 note streak in Cooperative
    
    Page & Plant Award (30)
    	- Get 100% notes hit on a song in Cooperative
    
    Big Spender Award (10)
    	- Spend $10,000 at the store
    
    Gear Head Award (30)
    	- Buy all guitars
    
    Fanatical Completionist Award (30)
    	- Buy all guitar finishes (Must Buy All Guitars First)
    
    Fashion Plate Award (10)
    	- Buy all outfits
    
    Life of the Party Award (10)
    	- Buy all characters
    
    Record Collector Award (10)
    	- Buy all songs
    
    Scenester Award (10)
    	- Beat all the unlock songs (The ones from the store, no DLC)
    
    Saturday Morning Award (10)
    	- Beat Trogdor and Thunder Horse
    
    Kick the Bucket Award (30)
    	- Beat Jordan on Expert
    
    Hendrix Award (10)
    	- Beat a song with lefty flip on
    
    Long Road Ahead Award (10)
    	- Fail a song on Easy
    
    Rock Snob Award (10)
    	- Refuse to play an encore
    
    Rock School Grad (10)
    	- Complete all tutorials
    
    Teacher's Pet Award (10)
    	- Practice three different songs
    
    Extra Credit Award (10)
    	- View the credits
    
    
    7.1 What Songs Give What
    ------------------------
    
    Possible Song Selection For (100 and 500 Note Streak Is Not Included):
    
    Single Player:
    --------------
    
    200K Achievement
    
    (Easy)
    Fall of Pangea
    X-Stream
    
    (Medium)
    Possum Kingdom
    Life Wasted
    Message in a Bottle
    War Pigs
    Monkey Wrench (Very hard to do)
    Who Was In My Room Last Night
    Sweet Child O' Mine
    Jessica
    Crazy on You
    Killing In The Name Of
    Madhouse
    The Troopers (Must be a FC, and good SP path)
    YYZ
    Beast and the Harlot
    Carry Me Home
    Institutionalized
    Hanger 18
    Freebird
    Fall of Pangea
    Push Push (Lady Lightning)
    Less Talk More Rokk
    One For the Road
    Red Lottery
    The Light That Blinds
    X-Stream
    Bark at the Moon
    
    (Hard)
    TO MAKE IT SIMPLE I'LL POST THE SONGS YOU CAN'T GET IT ON.
    
    Shout at the Devil
    Cherry Pie
    You Really Got Me
    Tonight I'm Gonna Rock You, Tonight
    Billion Dollar Babies
    Hush
    Girlfriend
    John the Fisherman
    Bad Reputation
    Drink up
    Elephant Bones
    The New Black
    Radium Eyes
    Soy
    Thunderhorse
    Trogdor!
    Killer Queen
    Take it Off
    Stellar
    
    (Expert)
    TO MAKE IT SIMPLE I'LL POST THE SONGS YOU CAN'T GET IT ON.
    
    Cherry Pie
    You Really Got Me
    Drink Up
    Radium Eyes
    Soy Bomb
    Trogdor!
    Killer Queen
    
    300K ACHIEVEMENT
    
    (Easy)
    NONE
    
    (Medium)
    Freebird
    
    (Hard)
    War Pigs
    Monkey Wrench
    Who was in My Room Last Night
    Killing In The Name
    Freya
    Madhouse
    The Troopers
    Laid to Rest
    Beast and the Harlot
    Carry Me Home
    Institutionalized
    Hanger 18
    Freebird
    Fall of Pangea
    Kicked to the Curb
    Push Push (Lady Lightning)
    Jordan
    One for the Road
    Six
    The Light that Blinds
    X-Stream
    Bark At the Moon
    
    (Expert)
    Surrender
    Possum Kingdom
    Heart-Shaped Box
    Strutter
    Life Wasted
    Carry on my Wayward Son
    Search and Destroy
    Message in a Bottle
    War Pigs
    Monkey Wrench
    Who Was in my Room Last Night
    Sweet Child O' Mine
    Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo
    Tattooed Love Boys
    Jessica
    Bad Reputation
    Crazy on You
    Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart
    Killing in the Name
    Freya
    Stop
    Madhouse
    The Trooper
    Rock This Town
    Laid to Rest
    Psychobilly Freakout
    Beast and the Harlot
    Carry Me Home
    Institutionalize
    Misirlou
    Hanger 18 
    Freebird
    Raw Dog
    Fall of Pangea
    FTK
    Gemini
    Kicked to the Curb
    Push Push (Lady Lightning)
    Less Talk More Rokk
    Jordan
    One for the Road
    Red Lottery
    Six
    The Light that Blinds
    X-Stream
    Bark At The Moon
    Frankenstein
    Infected
    
    400K ACHIEVEMENT
    
    (Easy)
    NONE
    (Medium)
    Freebird
    
    (Hard)
    Killing in the Name
    Freebird
    Fall of Pangea
    One for the Road
    X-Stream
    
    (Expert)
    Monkey Wrench
    Crazy On You
    Killing in the Name
    Freya
    Madhouse
    Beast and the Harlot
    Carry Me Home
    Hanger 18
    Freebird
    Fall of Pangea
    One for the Road
    Six (VERY HARD)
    The Light that Blinds
    X-Stream
    Bark at the Moon
    
    500K ACHIEVEMENT
    
    (Easy)
    NONE
    (Medium)
    NONE
    
    (Hard)
    Freebird
    
    (Expert)
    Killing in the Name
    Freebird
    X-Stream 
    
    1000 NOTE STREAK ACHIEVEMENT (aka. Yngwie Malmsteen Award)
    
    (Easy)
    NONE
    
    (Medium)
    Freebird
    
    (Hard)
    War Pigs
    Monkey Wrench
    Jessica
    Killing in the Name
    Freya
    The Trooper
    Laid to Rest
    Beast and the Harlot
    Hanger 18
    Freebird
    Jordan
    One for the Road
    Six
    The Light that Blinds
    X-Stream
    Bark at the Moon
    
    (Expert)
    War Pigs
    Monkey Wrench
    Jessica
    Killing in the Name
    Freya
    Madhouse
    The Trooper
    Laid to Rest
    Beast and the Harlot
    Hanger 18 
    Freebird
    Jordan
    One for the Road
    Six
    The Light That Blinds
    X-Stream
    Bark at the Moon
    
    Co-operative (Expert Only):
    -------------
    
    200K PAIR
    
    EVERY SONG
    
    400K PAIR
    SONGS THAT CANNOT BE DONE:
    
    Shout at the Devil
    Cherry Pie
    You Really Got Me
    Billion Dollar Babies
    Mr. Fix It
    The New Black
    Parasite
    Radium Eyes
    Soy Bomb
    Thunderhorse
    Trogdor!
    Killer Queen
    Take It Off
    
    600k PAIR
    
    War Pigs
    Monkey Wrench
    Jessica
    Killing In the Name
    Madhouse
    The Trooper
    Laid to Rest
    Beast and the Harlot
    Institutionalized
    Hanger 18
    Freebird
    Fall of Pangea
    Less Talk More Rokk
    One for the Road
    Six
    The Light That Blinds
    X-Stream
    Bark At the Moon
    
    800k PAIR
    
    Jessica
    Freebird
    Fall of Pangea
    X-Stream (Must be FC on both parts and a Good SP Usage)
    
    MILLIONAIRE PAIR
    
    Jessica
    Freebird
    
    
    8.0 Cheats
    ----------
    
    All cheats should be inputted at the main screen where you select "Career"
    
    Cheat				Effect
    -----				------
    Y,B,Y,O,Y,B			Air guitar 
    B,O,Y,O,B,O,Y,Y			Enables hyperspeed 
    Y,O,B,B,B,O,Y			Eyeball Head Crowd 
    O,Y,Y,O,Y,Y,O,Y,Y,B,Y,Y,B,Y,Y	Flaming Heads 
    O,Y,B,B,Y,O,B,B			Monkey Head Crowd 
    B,B,Y,B,B,O,B,B			Performance Mode 
    B,Y,O,R,Y,O,B,Y,B,Y,B,Y,B,Y,B,Y Unlock All Songs 
    
    
    9.0 Contact Information
    -----------------------
    
    If you would like to contact me for adding to the Faq or any other reason:
    
    AIM: tomorrows nobodi
    Yahoo Mail: jaybthecanadian@yahoo.com
    
    
    10.0 Contributors
    ----------------
    
    CoolCloud333 - The whole "What Songs Give What" under Acheivements section.
    
    Cky71321 -  Tips on expert songs: Jordan, Trogdor, Psychobilly Freakout,
    	    and Rock This Town (5-Starring), Scores for 5 Stars
    
    
    11.0 Outro
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    There you have it people, a great version of a Guitar Hero II Faq with 
    guides through most of the songs and basically everything you need in a
    Guitar Hero II Faq. If there are any problems with the Faq, please 
    contact me, constructive criticism is always appreciated.
    Thank you and I hope this Faq helps you out on the long run.
          x H