|First Appearance||Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock|
|Genre||Classic Rock |
|Likes||Solitude, His hat|
Austin Tejas is a playable character in Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock. His setlist is comprised of classic rock songs, much in the vein of predecessors Clive Winston and Xavier Stone. His warrior mode turns him into a headless horseman (much like the Headless Horseman from the Sleepy Hollow tale) with the power, Star Power Amplifier.
His name is a pun on "Austin, Texas", using the mock-Spanish pronounciation of the state's name. His name could also be a pun of the word "ostentatious" which means "designed to impress or attract notice" particularly in furnishings, which would fit Austin's home being a large manor. He is American.
Human description: Austin - inexhaustible outlaw - seeks to toss the dross and come across as awesome. Some may call him ostentatious, 'But no,' says he, 'it is a soft j'.
Warrior and spirit description: Poor Austin's lost his noggin, but profitted a squash in the process. While he was never particularly keen on his kisser, he's really going to miss that hat.
He wears leather clothes and black boots. He has a hat made of leather, he uses black glasses. He has black long hair.
He wears black pants and a tuxedo. His hands are transparent. Because he has no head, he has a spike collar in his last part of his neck, from there also green smoke comes out. He also has chains on his right leg, a skull belt and a pumpkin.
- "Lunatic Fringe" - Red Rider
- "Fortunate Son" - Creedence Clearwater Revival
- "Listen to Her Heart" - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
- "Stray Cat Blues" - The Rolling Stones
- "Burnin' for You" - Blue Öyster Cult
- "Free Ride" - Edgar Winter Group
- "Cryin'" - Aerosmith
- "Money for Nothing" - Dire Straits
- "Rockin' in the Free World" - Neil Young
- "Children of the Grave" - Black Sabbath (Encore)
Star Power AmplifierEdit
Hitting a star power sequence fills the star power gauge by 50% rather than 25%, allowing it to be used instantly.
Hitting a star power sequence now fills by 100% rather than 50%.