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Mad Catz Rock Band 3 Wireless Keyboard Bundle with Rock Band 3 Software -Xbox 360
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- Game Software Included
- All-new Keyboard Instrument For Rock Band 3
- Plays Rock Band 3 Keyboard, Guitar And Bass Parts
- Two-octave Design With 25 Velocity-sensitive Keys
- Play Real Keyboard Parts In The New Rock Band Pro Mode
- All-new Keyboard instrument for Rock Band 3 / Plays Rock Band 3 Keyboard, Guitar* and Bass* parts (*Does not support Guitar / Bass Pro Mode)
- Two-octave design with 25 velocity-sensitive keys / Play real Keyboard parts in the new Rock Band Pro Mode
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Bundle
Top Customer Reviews
I'm a musician/artist at heart as well as an avid video gamer. The combination here is perfect. Rock Band was excellent, Rock Band 2 improved it, and Rock Band 3 perfects it.
I grabbed The Doors pack instantly on Day 1 of RB3 purchase and I've been practicing the hell out of the keys. It's a real piano, guys. The game is really re-teaching me how to play piano. It has training, "learn an instrument" for the Pro Drums/Keys/Guitar, and of course on Expert Pro Keyboard you are literally playing the legit piano music for the song. You can then take it to a real piano and play it (and impress all those women with Bohemian Rhapsody by playing it and not just singing along haha!).
Rock Band 3 is the only music game you will ever need (until Harmonix releases a new revolutionary product, which they will). Trust me.
And shut the hell up about "buy a real instrument". This game inspires that in some people, and for other people they just want to have some fun. That's okay. That argument has a flaw: Madden fans? Go buy a real football. Tiger Woods fans? Go buy real wome-err golf set. Gears of War fans? Go buy a real chainsaw.
See what I did there?
Anyway, if you're thinking about buying this, then go ahead and do it. You won't be disappointed (except wait on the Pro Guitar, I hear the current 100+ button one isn't worth the money yet. There's a full stringed, touch sensored neck, real guitar/controller hybrid coming out).
Along with actually playing real instruments I've been a hardcore rhythm gamer and fan of Harmonix's past titles including GH1, GH2, RB1, RB2, and now RB3. I've invested a lot of money into the Rock band platform over the years but over the last 12 months or so I began to lose interest. Playing along to songs using 5 colored buttons had lost its appeal on me somehow.
Before last week I hadn't played a Rock Band game for more than 6 months. ... and yet prior to getting burnt out I played the game at least 3 times a week. I'm really excited by the direction Harmonix has taken with Rock Band 3 for multiple reasons.
For one, the time spent learning these songs on "plastic instruments" now translates perfectly to real instruments. As of right now I only own the keyboard peripheral but spending time in practice mode isn't just a way of getting a higher score in the game anymore; it's a way of learning the actual piano/keyboard part for the song. It's a complete reinvention of what a music game is capable of and for that alone Rock Band 3 deserves 5 stars and my highest recommendation to any rhythm gamer who wants to become even more involved with the music they are "playing" in the game.
The setlist might seem strange to longtime fans of the genre but I guarantee that every one of the on-disc songs has at least one part that is a joy to play.Read more ›
This game is perfect.
You can now hop in/out with your friends mid-song, you can change you difficulty in the middle of the song. If I want to switch instruments I just grab the new instrument, press start, and take over the profile. What more could you ask for?
The keyboard is great. It's only 2 octaves but feels like a real keyboard... and it's a lot harder than I was expecting. Pro drums is so much fun, I can concentrate on playing my part instead of trying to figure out whether I'm supposed to hit a tom or a cymbal. They also swap the hi-hat/snare pads on songs that require it (think about the mess that was everlong on ghwt; in RB3, I just move your yellow cymbal a little more to the left and fire it up).
There's really not much else more to say, just look at all the 5 star reviews or the high score on metacritic.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not enough songs for the piano. Also, if you're thinking about importing songs from older versions of the game, that function is no longer available (as of 2015). :(Published 1 month ago by Nitsirk90
Love Rock Band 3. Bunch of great songs and the Keytar is AWESOME!Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
The only downside to this is that they didn't push for pretty much any songs to include the use of it.Published 5 months ago by Nyara
I absolutely LOVE this game! With the announcement of Rock Band 4, I was really excited until I found out they wouldn't support keyboard in it. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Emma Hill
It is an excellent product. Very funny. Is interactive and a very real experience, like a real piano. The game includes a tutorial to better experience.Published 7 months ago by Fernando
The franchise has really held me over for years to come, and having seen them implement keys has convinced me to keep up with that generation. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Oddbrother