Paul McCartney on playing Rock Band

Bront20Bront20 The Writing's on the Wall
edited February 2013 in The Beatles: Rock Band
This is awesome.
Reporter: Well, you’ve got my number now. Feel free to give me a ring if you’d ever like to jam in New York.

Paul McCartney: What do you play?

Reporter: I play the plastic guitar in Rock Band.

Paul McCartney: Oh, cool. I bet you’re better at it than I am. My grandkids always beat me at Rock Band. And I say, Listen, you may beat me at Rock Band, but I made the original records, so shut up.

Comments

  • edited February 2013
    I caught this interview last week and Sir Paul got a legit laugh out of me with that line. He's got a great sense of humor and was always a good sport about TB:RB.
  • Arkham99Arkham99 Unsigned
    edited February 2013
    hmxhenry;4986231 said:
    He's got a great sense of humor and was always a good sport about TB:RB.
    What's funny is that he's probably being serious about losing to his grandkids, while previous drumming experience may help you along in RockBand, "real" guitar players find the format somewhat difficult for it's a completely different "feel". Give me a six-string acoustic that's sort of in tune and I can play 'Dear Prudence' note for note like the album, but on The Beatles : RockBand? I fail miserably...:-)
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