Too Many to Count achievement in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock

Too Many to Count

Hit 250,000 notes in Career

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How to unlock the Too Many to Count achievement

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    Ok, I'll make things more clear for those of you who are still confused about getting the achievement. I'll keep it short.

    This achievement is cumulative in any Career. This is equivalent to about 500 easy songs, 300-350 medium songs, 250 hard songs and 200 expert songs. Just play the game and keep all your songs in the same "band".

    NOTE: You can't get this achievement while playing Quickplay or over XBOX LIVE, keep playing Career and aim for som SCORE or/and STREAK achievements and you'll get this faster than you think.

    IF YOU GOT ANY QUESTIONS JUST COMMENT.

    Good Luck! =)

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    DeceptiCog72283anyway to track this? I've completed all of easy and medium (multplie play throughs as I suck at the game and needed to get 5 stars) and some of the hard career. Just curious as to where I may be standing
    Posted by DeceptiCog72283 on 03 Mar 13 at 18:20
    SpeedBumpVDropOnly problem is that chords don't count as additional notes (if they're two or three notes simultaneously). They only count as single notes.
    Posted by SpeedBumpVDrop on 24 Mar 15 at 16:03
    Nozza6What songs have the most notes?
    Posted by Nozza6 on 11 Apr 15 at 00:08
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  • Cower Before meCower Before me1,031,881
    20 Aug 2011 02 Mar 2012 01 Jun 2012
    13 1 1
    Here is a good method for this achievement and "100 million!?! Gulp!?!"
    Play the following songs, on expert ( the reason I say expert is because the statistics I'm giving you are on expert, plus this method is really only effective on expert. If you play on a lower difficulty you will lose almost all of the 3 chord notes, which lowers the score dramaticaly. Plus there will be alot less notes).

    *warning*
    All of these songs will require you to do lots of 3 note chords. So you will have to stretch your fingers lots.

    "Stricken"
    -1080 notes total.
    -On average I would score between 490,000 and 505,000. missing only about 5-10 notes, and following a specific star power path.
    - With that being said if you dont have your 500,000 point achievement, it is entirely possible to get it this way.

    "3 & 7's"
    -961 notes total.
    -I would average somewhere between 320,000 and 350,000. Only missing between 1-5 notes, and not following a star power path.

    "Before I Forget"
    -1091 notes total.
    -I would average somewhere between 350,000 and 450,000(I didnt follow a star power path). Which is a big gap, simply because i was inconsistent on this song. I would miss about 50 notes everytime because of the bridge, it is very akward and hard to maneuver your fingers to the notes. I would suggest saving star power for that part. It is the hardest of the five songs.
    -If you're good enough it is possible to get 500,000 on this song too.

    "Number of the Beast"
    -1515 notes total.
    -I would average between 450,000 and 510,000(I didn't follow a star power path). Missing about 50 notes on average, because of the solo. If you stuggle with solos i suggest saving star power.
    -It is also possible to get 500,000 on this song.

    And for the last song!
    "One"
    -2207 notes total.
    -I would average between 475,000 and 525,000(Not following a star power path). I'm not really sure how much notes i would miss on average, if I had to guess i would say between 50-75. And thats because of the begining of the solo. The begining of the solo is extremly fast and can fail you in the blink of an eye. But if you save power you shouldn't have to much trouble with it.
    -It is also possible to get 500,000 on this song.

    Hope this helps you guys.
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    SpeedBumpVDropThree and Two-note chords only count as one note, actually. That means that it only counts as a single note. It may look like it is multiple notes, but it actually counts as one note.
    Posted by SpeedBumpVDrop on 20 Mar 15 at 10:50
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