Summary: These pedals work well whether alone or with a splitter for double bass pedal action. Their response and resistance is fine. Although they only last through a few months of sustained use, they do seem to work better and/or last longer than pedals released by 3rd party companies.
Summary: As easi as that, after a while(im talking about a few weeks) the pedal just stops bouncing as it should, it registers double hits, the cable that connects it to the drums is crap, it crumbles in little pieces, like they wanted it to fk up every few weeks to keep milking your money out of your wallet, if you're smart get a good deal on a yamaha kp65 and some real pedals, i got a pair for [...] at ebay...
Summary: Something is definitely screwed up. The drums themselves are awesome, very easy to set-up and use, and very fun to play. But Amazon's price tag of $158 is robbery. I bought my drum kit used at my local game store for $20! Even though it's used, the quality is like new, and it works perfectly. I think there's a glitch or something, because the FULL BAND KIT with GUITARS, SOFTWARE, AND MICROPHONE is only $145!!!
Summary: Overall, I think Guitar Hero for the Wii is really a fun game. By now, everyone knows how it works - it's essentially a rhythm game that (if you have the full band setup) also includes a karaoke element and allows four or more people to play at once. All that is great, but I do have a few complaints... - The reliance on a Wii-mote for each guitar is really obnoxious.