TRU online still has it for $40
Amazon dropped a little to $42
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I was wondering if someone could give me a tip here. I have been trying to improve in big swing baseball. But the game doesn't seem to register any of my bends anymore. I tried intonation onmy guitar to see if that is what it was but it didn't help at all. The only thing I could think of is maybe I need to change strings. They are a ways old and silly me I only ordered one pack of strings.
You definitely need new strings if it was working before but no longer detecting the notes. Are you having detection problems in other parts of RS (songs, tuning, other minigames)? Probably a good idea to put fresh strings on either way.
But, here are some things to remember about the baseball game.
#1-use the sound cues to know when to play the note. You hear a sound tempo which you use to time your note. Don't try to use the visual of the baseball crossing the plate.
#2-the various outcomes depend on how close you come to playing on tempo. On time=home run, play early and you get a single, double or triple (depending on how early you play). Play too early or too late and you get a strike
#3-with the really big bends, I'll just move one fret higher from what the game tells you and bend from there. I'll stick to the indicated fret for the more regular bends.