Notes sur la guitare =: Notes on the guitar (French Edition)

Notes sur la guitare =: Notes on the guitar (French Edition)


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Notes sur la guitare =: Notes on the guitar (French Edition)

Rock Band 3 Wireless Fender Mustang PRO-Guitar Controller for Xbox 360

  • All-new Wireless Fender Mustang PRO-Guitar Controller for Rock Band 3
  • Plays Rock Band 3 Guitar and Bass parts / Play real chords and melodies with new Rock Band Pro mode
  • 17-fret touch-sensitive neck with 6 buttons per fret provides 102 active finger positions / 6 low-latency strings for authentic note strumming
  • Advanced tilt sensor for Overdrive activation
  • Use as MIDI Guitar Controller when not playing Rock Band (compatible with most MIDI sequencers)

The Rock Band 3 Wireless Fender Mustang PRO-Guitar Controller is the perfect bridge between music gameplay and the thrill of playing a real guitar. Delivering a new experience to music gaming, the 17-fret touch-sensitive neck with six buttons per fret provides a total of 102 active finger positions and six low-latency strings for actual note strumming. The Rock Band 3 Wireless Mustang PRO-Guitar Controller is fully compatible with both standard and Pro modes. Empowering you to rock outside t


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Rock Band 3 Wireless Fender Mustang PRO-Guitar Controller for Xbox 360

2 thoughts on “Notes sur la guitare =: Notes on the guitar (French Edition)

  1. 67 of 70 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great learning tool., November 16, 2010
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    Alex (T-Town, AL) –

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Rock Band 3 Wireless Fender Mustang PRO-Guitar Controller for Xbox 360 (Accessory)

    I have been a drummer for about 14 years. I have been around guitars most of my life, but never really felt like learning one, mainly cause hitting drums seemed easier to me. I got this controller about a week ago and I have already learned 5 songs on expert. If you are not very good with rockband/guitarhero guitars, but still love the game for singing or drums, this may be for you. I can’t play a single song on the 5 button guitar controller on the expert difficulty setting. But in a week I can play 5 songs, easy songs, but full songs.

    SIZE — This this is slightly bigger than a 5 button guitar, but weight wise feels the same.
    QUALITY — I haven’t had any problems with a button not responding and the strings are steel coated with nylon, which seem like cheap plastic from the sound they give off. But they are durable, they just sound like plastic. I don’t mind this because they are infinitely quieter than uncoated strings. But make no mistake, this IS a plastic guitar controller.
    NEW features — With songs that have Pro guitar/bass charting you can practice the song like normal. But there is a new trainer unique to each song under the “learn to play song” section. Here the song is broken down to its basic components. For example the song “The Hardest button to Button” only had 3 components. You practice these components as you would a beat or fill in the drum trainer. Once you master the components you go to practice song and place them where they go and bahdabingbahdaboom you now know a song.

    CONS — None that I have noticed so far. But I am not too familiar with guitars so I may never notice. A friend of mine that came by to give it a shred said that with strings you can feel which string you are on easier cause on a “real” guitar the strings are different thicknesses. On this its just 17 frets of buttons, all the same size. (thickness, not width) But he loved this anyway, cause he learned to play a song he likes and has never tried to play before.

    If anyone has a specific question about this, or even about the software (the game rockband) just ask here and i will answer asap. :)

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  2. 35 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    An interesting experience, and an absolute blast to play., November 24, 2010
    By 
    superdeeduper51 (USA) –

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Rock Band 3 Wireless Fender Mustang PRO-Guitar Controller for Xbox 360 (Accessory)

    First off let me just get this out of the way. I did not purchase this from Amazon, I purchased it from Gameshark.com and have had it for about 2 weeks now.

    I was incredibly skeptical about this guitar when I first heard about it. “A plastic six string guitar? How’s that supposed to work?” However, I heard nothing but good things about this guitar over at the Rock Band forums so I knew I had to actually try this for myself. So essentially this is a plastic guitar that has 102 buttons that is supposed to mimic a 6-stringed, 17 fretted guitar. The neck has numbers on each edge by the 3rd fret,the 5th fret, and so-on, similar to real guitar so you have a guide to where which numbered fret is where. As far as the rest of the buttons are concerned, you have the A, B, X, and Y buttons on the right side of the pick guard, and you have your start, back and guide buttons on the left side of the pick guard. If you are left handed like me, this layout is unfortunately terrible because instead of the buttons being located directly below the strings where they’re easy to reach, they are instead located under your arm pit essentially. This isn’t a big deal, but it’s incredibly annoying if you’re a south paw. One of my absolute favorite features of this guitar is how you can disassemble it into three pieces. You can easily pull the entire neck out of the body of the guitar, and you can also easily take the head stock off of the neck, unlike the RB3 Stratocaster where trying to remove the head stock is a chore.

    Now down to playing the guitar. Like I said before it has six plastic strings that are all the same gauge or thickness, which is different from a real guitar of course, but I’m glad that they took this route so us leftys could try pro mode. This unfortunately is a bit of a problem, because on a real guitar you can tell what string you’re playing by feeling how thick it is, but now since both the strings and the buttons are all the same gauge, it’s harder to tell what you’re playing without looking at the guitar. Another thing that’s lost in translation with this guitar is the lack of vibration from the strings. Again, when playing a real guitar whenever you pluck a string it vibrates and you can tell if you’re putting your finger on the right string on the fret board based on the vibration. Since this obviously can’t happen with this plastic guitar, unavoidably there will be situations where you’ll have your finger on the right button, but you’ll be plucking the wrong string. This isn’t a deal breaker, but it can cause some confusion. And now for my last little gripe about playing this guitar, the strumming. This may vary from person to person, but I find that trying to strum a string quickly can be quite difficult when done continuously. On a real guitar, yes I’m a broken record, when strumming a string quickly you usually only graze the string when you play it, but this technique won’t work particularly well on the Mustang since it’s wont pick up light strums most of the time.

    At the end of the day, the Mustang is a really fun peripheral to use. It’s awfully similar to a real guitar, and it’s incredibly fun to use. I really wish this guitar wasn’t so darn expensive though. $150 seems awfully steep for a plastic guitar, but it does have over 100 buttons so I suppose it’s pretty expensive to make. If you have any desire to learn guitar or bass, then this is easily one of the most entertaining ways to do so. I know Madcatz has a pretty bad reputation when it comes to their products, but this guitar is a quality item. I will definitely update this review if anything goes wrong with it however.

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