Welcome to Fullcombo.net!

Welcome to fullcombo.net

Greetings, from Schmutz06!

For the past few months I’ve been working on this new Guitar Hero Custom Songs community website, which replaces www.wildpluckings.com.

Why the name change?

Recognition. “full combo” is a well known rhythm game term and a more appropriate name for a Guitar Hero Community website than wildpluckings.com.

What is the purpose?

First Objective

To promote Guitar Hero Custom Songs. To help expand the community, the most important thing was to provide online guides which make playing Custom Songs as easy as possible. I have re-designed the Custom Songs guide from scratch and I added loads of content to the optimization guide to cover everything.

Second Objective

To put everything in one place. YouTube serves as the main platform for the Guitar Hero Custom Songs Community and it will continue to do so. This website pulls all of the important stuff and puts it in one place. Mods, new songs, FCs, high scores.

New Songs?

I was on a roll with new song releases over the Summer and I plan to get back into it now that my website has been updated. I have several new songs which need to be tested, captured and edited.

What is new?

the interesting part…

New Guides

Adding Custom Fretboards

quick guide for using GHTCP to change the fretboards in the game

Speeding up Guitar Hero Custom Songs

quick guide for speeding up Custom Songs using Audacity and GHtools by No1Mann

Charting – Advanced Techniques

loads of advanced charting tips and techniques

Updated Pages

Guitar Hero Notation Guide

added new images and new content

Guitar Hero Dictionary

added a few new terms, corrected some old ones

File Downloads

updated to include more files than ever

Updated Guides

All Guitar Hero Guides from wildpluckings.com have been updated to reflect the most recent mods like GH3+

Guitar Hero Custom Songs

portal for links to new Custom Songs updates, guides, and file downloads

Guitar Hero – Requirements Guide

some (boring) updates to the content…

Guitar Hero Custom Songs – Ultimate Guide

updated with loads of new images and a new design

Guitar Hero Optimization Guide

updated with new content, images and design

Extra stuff

The entire site has been overhauled if it isn’t obvious! New graphics everywhere, sharing links, better navigation menus, related posts. There are even a few easter eggs hiding (nothing interesting…). There are many pages added here and there, like a page for GH Tools by no1mann, and a page for the flames mod by AdituV. Credit to AbyssionQC for writing a massive to-do list for me, which helped me get many things updated.

New Links

Twitter is now @Schmutz06 (formerly @wildpluckings)

Soundcloud is now schmutz06 (formely wildpluckings)

Bandcamp is now https://schmutz06.bandcamp.com/ (formerly wildpluckings.bandcamp.com)

Wildpluckings YouTube is now Schmutz16


A small number of late updates from wildpluckings.com (mostly high score posts) have not been transferred over to fullcombo.net. Sorry for the inconvenience to those who posted before. If you want any scores updated, post again on this site and I’ll update them in due course. Thanks.

I have published many new pages and there will likely be some errors or broken links. Please help me iron them out and report them in the comments.

love, Schmutz06

2016-11-22T22:13:48+00:00 November 20th, 2016|updates|9 Comments


  1. No1mann November 21, 2016 at 12:01 am - Reply

    Love the new website man, keep up the great work, and thank you for including my program, I appreciate it. 😀

    • Schmutz November 22, 2016 at 9:45 pm - Reply

      Thanks I think you make amazing contributions and I will always try to feature them or direct people to them somehow 🙂

  2. AbyssionQC November 21, 2016 at 9:21 pm - Reply

    Update hype, glad my list helped you 🙂

    • Schmutz November 22, 2016 at 9:43 pm - Reply

      it helped a LOT. If you point out anything else, I’ll probably update it. By the way, I added some info on the finger notation page regarding the DCOLN pattern you mentioned and I am not 100% sure if I got it right… because you put 1(12)234(123)11232(121)23211(321)432(321)32, but as far as I can understand it should be 1(12)234(123)11232(121)23211(321)432(21). I even charted out the pattern in feedback for the screenshot. As far as I can see; you would do the above on the first cycle and then you’d invert the tapping/fretting – and so on.

      • AbyssionQC November 23, 2016 at 4:01 am - Reply

        You are right, I did accidentally include an extra (321), good job finding that out before posting 😛 I haven’t noticed anything else that would require updates when I looked up all the changes but I did it before bed so I could’ve missed few things. I did notice that you have a download link for the song ini generator and not EOF. This tool is a little outdated as EOF automatically generate all the required files for Phase Shift when you import a chart file (including the audio files if you have the original audio file in the same directory as the chart). I’ll give it another look this weekend 😉

        Also, regarding charting in general, FireFox has been working on a new chart editor program (currently in pre-alpha v0.1.1, it’s really new) and it’s extremely promising. It’s missing many features as of now so it’s only viable for finishing charts (forcing, adding taps, adjusting sustains, all that wonky stuff) but it’s only a matter of time before it will pretty much do everything feedback can do and more. It can already effortlessly force notes and has support for open notes (which exile is almost done making) and it doesn’t crash when editing forced charts unlike feedback (since it natively support them). I wouldn’t recommend you to add the tool your website yet (albeit reference it in the feedback section could be interesting) but considering how good it already is, it won’t be long before it becomes a relevant charting tool.

        • AbyssionQC November 23, 2016 at 4:02 am - Reply

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELPnXKDRiuI forgot to leave a link to Moonscraper oops

          • Schmutz November 23, 2016 at 8:44 pm

            thanks so much Abyssion! I really did go through that wall of feedback you provided piece by piece so I doubt I missed anything out at all. You did also say; “bad CPU + good GPU = higher resolution for best FPS” I think I have covered that OK, but I would need more evidence as it doesn’t make logical sense that increasing the resolution would improve performance in any scenario.

            I’ll download that chart editor and EOF on the weekend, then I’ll update as appropriate. Also I’m surprised I got that DCOLN sequence right, good!

          • AbyssionQC November 23, 2016 at 11:05 pm

            I’m not exactly sure if it’s 100% right or speculations but I heard for a lot of people with bad CPUs that playing in 1080p gave them a better framerate after they upgraded their GPU. Only thing I can think of is that the CPU bottleneck with next to no GPU usage at low resolution and cause instability (100% CPU usage), better keep this out and just say that trying different resolutions can give various results.

            Also, the download for EOF is available on the PS website in case you can’t find it.

  3. Anonymous November 23, 2016 at 7:47 pm - Reply

    I’ve been a follower of yours for years now, and I just want to thank you for your dedication to this community.

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