I know that the Squier Stratocaster for Rock Band 3 uses a semiconductive fretboard to read your finger placement in order to interpret the notes you are playing, rather than actually using the sound/tone of the strings. The guitar is still not available in the EU and I do not own the Mustang, so I can't try pro-mode properly. I was wondering if, for gameplay/scoring purposes, it allows you to play alternate fingering for fretting.
For example, on my real bass guitar, to play an E note , I can play either the open E string, like so:
Or I can play an E note by holding down the 5th fret of the A string, like so:
If RB3 wants to play an open E string but I play a fretted A string instead, will it still count me as playing an E note or not? Basically, I'm wondering if the tablature is open to interpretation based on playstyle and/or what one may have previously learned in a certain way.