Rock Band 3 Wireless Pro Keyboard with Rock Band 3 Software Bundle (Wii)
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- Game Software Included
- 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
- Versatile layout: Play like a Guitar or on a tabletop / 3 AA Batteries and Keyboard Strap included
- Use as MIDI Keyboard Controller when not playing Rock Band (compatible with most MIDI sequencers)
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- Platform: Nintendo Wii
- PEGI Rating: Unknown
- Media: Video Game
Platform: Nintendo Wii
As an innovation to rhythm gaming, the Rock Band 3 Wireless Keyboard ups the realism of the Rock Band franchise. Crafted after classic professional Keyboard designs, its versatile layout-capable of use on a tabletop or strapped over the shoulder like an electric guitar - incorporates an ergonomic sensibility that provides comfort to the casual gamer or seasoned musician. The Rock Band 3 Wireless Keyboard Is fully compatible with both standard and Rock Band Pro modes. Empowering you to rock outside the real
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Top Customer Reviews
There's a lot of add on content to add to the library of songs however it can start to add up and get a bit pricey. The keyboard however doesn't feel like it's part of the band as in the standard content there aren't that many songs which feature the keyboard, for the flagship instrument for this game it's actually quite boring to play. However saying that it's a great instrument to get someone started on.
The main problem I have with the keyboard is how hard it was to set up, compared to how simple you can set a guitar or drum up it actually took a while for the wii to actually find out that the keyboard was ready.
Overall I'd pick this bundle up mainly as the keyboard can be used as a spare guitar.
And I'm already good at playing keyboards: it's just that coordination between what you see on screen and your fingers it's pretty difficult. There's just no time to look down at your fingers and position them on the right place (at least, that's my experience).
OTOH, everything else about this package is very good and worthy of five stars: the RB3 game, the list of songs, and the keyboard (keytar) itself.
It's solid and well-built, and I really like it.
The thing that really attracted me to this was that I didn't want to waste hours and hours getting really good at playing a plastic instrument when I could otherwise be spending it learning a real one. However, with this game you can at least get the dynamics down with a MIDI instrument that can then be supplemented with computer software.
Yes, playing Rock Band will not make you a musical genius, but if you want to have some fun while learning some basic scales then you'll have a good time with this; and the non-pro mode makes this just as easy to use as the guitar meaning anyone can pick it up and rock to Bohemiam Rhapsody!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Quality is perfect, only one problem: no much musics in game.Published 18 months ago by Cliente Amazon
Can seem a bit confusing for the novice and getting into all the sub menus is a bit of a faff but gameplay is goodPublished on 2 Mar. 2013 by hertsnminds
Excellent playing on keyboard. Loads of fun for all the family. Only seems to work on Rock Band Wii. Shame it does not work for other Wii games.Published on 1 Mar. 2012 by Rebel