Summary: I loved the cymbals because they complete the set for a real drum set. The inconvenience is that the brackets to secure them in place are very weak. I accidentally placed them the wrong way (upside down) at the beginning and called to ask what was I doing wrong and the customer support was attentive but NOT helpful at all, they told me to take a picture and send it, and they never contacted me by any means.
Summary: This cymbal kit adds a TON of replay value to the Rock Band drum set. You'll find yourself revisiting even the songs you skip over just for the fact that they're too easy. While they do make the game a ton more fun, they have a few problems that keep it from being a five star product. First off, the rubber padding on the cymbals began to separate on me after about a month. This exposed the plastic and subsequently led to some cracks in two of the three cymbals.
Summary: I have rock band 2 drum at home, but i'm not home until a few month and the drum we have here is rock band 1. It doesn't work with it. I wish I saw the notice before I order it because I would have order it later. Still, I'm exited to try it home.
Summary: I want a game that would help with my guitar playing. Guitarsmith blows this thing away and uses my "real" guitars. The chords in this game are not close to the songs played. It's a fun game with you have a group.
Summary: We got these a few years ago. They are ok. As good as the originals, which one broke within only a few months. The entire system really isn't that great and doesn't take a lot of play before things start to break. I didn't like that I had to buy 3, when I only needed one. It's a cheap set, but we don't play it often anymore because it's heavy and bulky.
Summary: I liked this game, but, the lack of showing your combo is really annoying. I have no idea why they would get rid of the feature. The setlist is alright, but it leaves something to be desired. I prefer the first and second game over this, but it is still fun to play regardless.