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Rock Band 2 Wireless Drum Set - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Teen
58 customer reviews

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  • Features four durable drum pads, a redesigned kick-pedal, a drum stand, and authentic wooden sticks. Game sold separately.
  • New sound-dampening, velocity-sensitive heads for more expressive performances
  • Metal-reinforced, ultra-durable foot pedal stands up to the aggressive drumming
  • Built-in cymbal and hi-hat expansion port to upgrade/customize your kit. (Cymbals and hi-hat sold separately)
  • Wireless Rock Band 2 Drum Set
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Platform:Xbox 360

Add a new dimension to your rock experience with the all new wireless Rock Band 2 Drum Set.


Product Details

Platform: Xbox 360
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001BX6MR0
  • Product Dimensions: 29 x 14 x 9 inches ; 13 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 24, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,406 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Mushroom Samba~ on September 18, 2008
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
So my rockband 1 drum kit has been through the wringer. A broken pedal, dented pads, and cracking legs ... the thing is showing its age. When I picked up the wireless drums I was hoping for a decent step up in quality, and Harmonix delivered.

Big changes: pedal, drum heads, and teh unwired.

The drum pedal comes with a stock metal plate, so you won't have to go to pedal medals to pick one up for yourself. Unfortunately Harmonix only half ... uh ... "did" it since the hinge, which is another notorious break point in the design, is identical to the rockband 1 pedal. Based on it's appearance the RB2 pedal is identical to the RB1 pedal, with only the inclusion of the plate. Don't expect wildly different performance, and if you really want to avoid a headache go ahead and purchase the pedal medal hinge replacement now to take care of the pedal's only weak point. All in all though, the metal plate is a significant improvement over the pure plastic of the RB1 pedal.

The drum heads are waay better this time around. They seem slightly larger, but don't take my word on that, and are made of a different material. Sticks have a really nice bounce off of the surface, and there are inner and outer rings to help you hone in on the center of the pad with every hit. The outer ring is slightly harder, more rubbery, and the inner ring has a shiny surface that has a very elastic feel to it. Playing on these, whether just tapping or really tearing into them, is a much better experience. You don't have to work so hard to get your sticks to bounce which is nice, and the *thwack* of drum on pad has been seriously quieted. The pads are easily the nicest upgrade, and you should have a great time hitting these things for at least a couple of years.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Tindal on September 18, 2008
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
I purchased the standalone drums at a local GameStop the day they came out to use with Rock Band 2, and its been a very pleasurable experience. There was a problem where they would turn off randomly, however, after replacing the batteries with some rechargable batteries I purchased the problem seems to have disappeared, leading me to believe the batteries it came with are defective, but this isn't a problem with the product itself, so I won't knock it a star for that. The pads are quieter and much more sensitive, and you'll find yourself double-tapping the bass pedal a lot until you get used to it, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. The sticks it comes with are authentic Ludwig sticks and not cheap imitations like the ones that came with the original Rock Band. There are expansion ports for up to three cymbals to be connected, but since the cymbals haven't been released yet I can't comment on that aspect. Overall a very good drum set and a definite improvement over the first set.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Trent Steele VINE VOICE on October 9, 2009
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
The RB2 drum kit is a vast improvement over the RB1 drum kit in a number of ways. First, it's more sensitive as well as strike-sensitive -- so the harder you hit, the louder the sound is (but only for free play). With more sensitivity comes less frustration from missing notes that you know you hit but the game didn't register. The construction of the drum pads is also improved. No longer are you striking on hard plastic that will eventually crack. Now, you strike on some kind of foam material that has a rubber membrane on top.

The bass pedal is also improved, but still not perfect. With my original RB1 pedal, I had to glue a thin piece of wood on top of it because it cracked in half. The RB2 pedal now has reinforcement to it in the form of a thin metal plate that goes over the top. However, the plate ends at the hinge, which may be the breaking point. My pedal has stood up to many hours so far, so we shall see how well it goes.

In addition to the improved durability, there's a few other key features that add to the overall improvements. Of course, it's wireless, so that's nice. Battery life is pretty good. There are also 2 connectors on the back for hooking up "cymbals", but those are sold separately.

So, I have owned my RB2 drum kit for about 3 weeks now and I play it fairly often (especially since Beatles RB came out). There is already some damage. As I mentioned before, the pads are covered with a rubber membrane. In the middle of the rubber membrane is a flexible plastic sticker or something. Anyway, after banging on that plastic piece, it tends to stretch it out (much like stretching a plastic bag). And that causes it to bubble up. So, depending on how hard you hit, you may or may not miss some notes because of the bubble.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By V-LO on May 29, 2009
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Bought one kit from Amazon, and it worked fine for about 5 songs. Then in the middle of a song, it disconnected from the Xbox. Only the buttons (not the actual pads) work fire drum strikes. This could only be resolved by pulling out the batteries and reinserting. I returned it to Amazon within a few days.

** Also to note, if you have the first gen "Roadie" drum pedal it won't work with this kit without a circuit board level modification.

Second set, almost the exact same issue (now when it disconnects, only the blue and green pads go out#. Researched all over for a fix, tried many #most people think it's related to the battery compartment design, however I've found at least one instance where someone had the same issue using a "direct current" fix), none have worked for me so far.

Apparently there are two versions of this drumkit, both models I had were "SL" (the more problematic according to Harmonix boards). I also have the cymbal add ons, which suprisingly will still work when half the pads disconnect? Very odd.

Speaking of which, here's plenty of reading as to why you should really think twice before buying these ([...] and note, these issues affect both the XBOX 360 and PS3 platforms (which leads me to believe it's a core drum design issue). Also note, NO ONE from either EA or Harmonix have even commented anywhere in this 100+ (and growing) message thread.

Buyer beware.. I feel like I threw 80 bucks out the window (we use the RB1 pads 100% of the time now). I REALLY love this game, but this experience has definitely left a bad feeling towards it for me.
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