The second Rocksmith video diary features Ross Phillips from Hard-Fi, who samples the 'Ducks' mini-game and a number of the title's tracks.
After playing Nirvana's 'In Bloom' and Queens of the Stone Age track 'Go With the Flow', Ross said that it was "totally different" to the way he learned to play guitar, but that if people got used to it, Rocksmith "would work really well".
He was also impressed with the 'Ducks' mini-game, and said that it was much more beneficial "than spending 1.000 hours on Guitar Hero".
The views echo those of Leah Mason, who said that Rocksmith makes learning guitar "a lot more fun".
Hard-Fi are currently in the studio recording their fourth album and are booked to play a number of gigs.
Announced by Ubisoft last year, Rocksmith will be available for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC on September 28.
The UK release will feature an expanded tracklist, including the 45 tracks from the North American release plus additional content from more than 50 songs by artists including David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Nirvana and Muse.
It is already available in North America, where it can be purchased as part of a bundle with an Epiphone Les Paul Junior guitar.
> Rocksmith blog: Digital Spy's first taste of the guitar teaching tool
> Rocksmith blog 2: The game that'll teach you guitar
Watch a trailer for Rocksmith below: