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Jam Sessions 2
7.0 out of 10

Jam Sessions 2

Fun music challenges in Gameplay mode: Play through a diverse Read more

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Overall 10


Morgan Anthony Richardson, Amazon
20 June 2013
  • Summary: I played all small things by blink 182 and didn't even know it. I just winged it and it sounded like blink 182.
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Overall 10

Good tool for Guitar Players

enthusiastic hobbiest "enthusiastic hobbiest", Amazon
20 March 2010
  • Summary: A cool gadget to a guitar player or even if you are just learning. Some very nice features to find just the chord your looking for if your a writer, I use if with my real guitar when writing because it's easier to try every version of a chord until you find the color of the chord your looking for.
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Overall 4

Major hand cramp

OldLadyGamer, Amazon
5 February 2010
  • Summary: The premise of this game is cool, but you can't hold your ds, strum, and hit the buttons to play in game mode without causing alot of stress on your hand. That's not fun. If you're interested mainly in playing a guitar game and not so much on learning chords,you're better off getting Lego Rock Band.
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Overall 8

Decent guitar simulator, that's it

C. Tate, Amazon
24 November 2009
  • Summary: This is better than the original Jam Sessions as a simulator (overall) since you can now strum strings individually. You get fewer chords, but most songs can be handled with the eight slots provided. If you want more, shifting on the fly is relatively quick, once you practice it.
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