#1
I'm pretty sure this was a thread a while ago but I searched and couldn't find it. So for x-mas the fam got GH World Tour. I normally don't play it but recently I have taken a liking to the drums. Anyways they seem pretty realistic and I was wondering if you could actually learn some basic beats with it. With the music studio in the game it seems like they are the equivialent of and electronic drum kit.
#3
No they are not the same.
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#7
in a menial sense, but if you learn in that manner it's unlikely you'll grow to be exceptional, but it could be a good starting point
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in a menial sense, but if you learn in that manner it's unlikely you'll grow to be exceptional, but it could be a good starting point


yeah I just mean to start out. Just so people don't buy a six hundred dollar kit and find they don't like it.
#11
If you're serious about learning the drums, get RB2's drum kit and the cymbal pack. They can double for a real electronic drum kit, so it carries over to real drumming.
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#12
to start, sure why not
but if your serious you obviously need a real set.
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