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Excellent Constitution in Guitar Hero Live

Excellent Constitution55 (18)

This is a rare achievementFinish in the top 5 of 18 consecutive On Demand songs in GHTV.

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Achievement Guide for Excellent Constitution

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Luigi256
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Luigi256
Achievement won on 24 Oct 15
TA Score for this game: 2,746
Posted on 25 October 15 at 01:14, Edited on 25 October 15 at 09:06
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This does not have to be done in one sitting but the on demand songs have to be consecutive. You can play songs on the free channels in between your on demand ones and it will not mess this up.

To get this you will need to use at least 18 plays(more if you don't get it on the first go). You can pick any 18 songs you want and all you need to do is place in the top five on each one.

This can probably be done on any difficulty but I would recommend playing on the highest one you feel comfortable with as you get more score on those and points are what determine your place.

Edit: Shoutout to JoeCamNet below for mentioning the fact that you can dashboard and quit out of the game if it looks like you might not get 5th place and you won't lose any progress. I assume you would need to do this before the song actually ended though so watch out. Be sure to check the intensity levels on the songs you pick! Even some of the 4 bar songs can be a little too much on the higher difficulties.
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