Summary: rockband3 introduces a keyboard that I can use without the elbow pain caused by guitar controller. This controller allows me to feel like I am actively participating in an online event with friends. At the same time I am enjoying the music I am exercising my fingers so that this old mans fingers do not become stiff again. The only reason it is not a five star is the absence of new music for dlc downloads.
Summary: These cymbals make a great time for any experience Rock Band drummer. The game registers the cymbals so that you HAVE to hit them to get a good score, making the available pads to hit 7! This makes the game much more difficult, but also a lot more fun! I've loved Rock Band, and this made it that much better.
Summary: So far so good.. Better than IONs version which one cymbal became defective after the a few months. Sensitivity is great. Responsiveness is good too. Easy set up. If only they made the installation so the yellow cymbal is left of the snare, it would be perfect. Just like a real drum set.
Summary: Now I really suck at them. 3 more things for me to wail on...I had a hard enough time hitting the four pads it came with to anything resembling a beat. These things work great and thanks to a previous reviewer, they assemble exactly as they should. No problems and the seller was quick with shipping. Great experience.
Summary: This is a nice, fun addition to the rock band drum set, though it adds no functionality in any way. The cymbals are the same color as the drum pads, so you can hit either of the same color and still score the hit. Recently, I noticed one of the cymbals won't stay up. The mast slides down on the clamp no matter how tight I clamp it. I'll try adding a sleeve, like a piece of paper between the mast and clamp to see if that resolves it.
Good value. Problems are in-game, not equipment. I recommend.
Jordan Kluge, Amazon
13 February 2014
Summary: Easy setup......works properly....makes playing RB more realistic Note for RB drummers: On a real kit the crash is to the left of the ride. The way RB is charted, the crash and the ride are backwards, so one has to either set up their kit with the crash and ride swapped to sync up with the chart, or have the kit set up properly, and have the green and blue cymbal markers on the chart backwards.