Official Rock Band Drums Xbox 360 (drum kit with four pads, a kick pedal, and real drum sticks) £17.91 delivered @ Asda Entertainment - HotUKDeals
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Drum kit controller for use with Rock Band. Play like a real drummer on a drum kit with four pads, a kick pedal, and real drum sticks.
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great price. also work in my windows xp pc with some freeware. allows recording for those who may need that! Think its just called drum machine.
Thanks, just ordered. Nice present for my son.
Great find.... Been wanting these for a while but refused to pay the cost just for a controller.... Mines now ordered...cheers OP :thumbsup:
Good, but not as good as the recent £25 for the Band in a Box kit at game.
Very good price!
Good deal!
you'll probably want to get some pads to cover the drums on these tho, theyre a bit firm to say the least and make a nasty plasticy noise when you hit em.
These drums are rubbish-you'll find yourself missing notes with them that you've hit and the bass pedal isn't very sturdy at all-i personally bought the Mad Catz Portable Drums for a tenner or something last year and they work unbelievably better. Some people who already have the Rock Band kit get them and just put the pads on top of the kit-I however use an ironing board (Rock and Roll!). The portable ones are quieter, easier to store and the bass pedal is better-only major downside are the sticks which are screw together and will definitely break, mine did on the 2nd night of playing however the monstrous amount of duct tape i stuck on saw to that.
Anyway, these will do the trick if you don't have a drumkit however I would strongly recommend the portable ones.
P.S. we've been waiting for the Rock Band 2 kit over here since the game came out nearly 2 years ago or something so don't bother trying to hold out for those.
I've meaning to try this out with my PC for a while. I'm one of those who enjoys rockband/gh but have never been able to justify buying it, since I know it would serve as too big of a distraction from playing my real instruments. I agree, it is very fun AND very addictive, but it is also nothing like playing a real instrument.

Well anywho, my friend left her rockband round my house so I thought I'd get it into Ableton live. I knew it was possible, it's pretty old news, but my god how fun it is triggering drum samples/synths from this cheap nasty controller!

Sure it's not going to give you the control/dynamics of a MUCH more expensive midi controller (we're talking £400+ for a decent one) - but for 18 quid? Yes please! Depending on how it goes I might get two and combine them for 8 pads and 2 pedals! Give it a go. There's plenty of free software out there that will allow you to mess around with VSTs and get making some real tunes!

This plugged into some free software on your PC is also a really good way of practicing basic rhythms before investing in a real kit.

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