I heard from someone (@lordflatus) that some place the hh really high. Like chin high.What? Wait...what? Why on earth would you do that? Last time I measured my kit, my HH was 7" above the surface of my snare. Chin high??? What the heck...
Anyone else try this??3
Sure, because everyone can afford to drop 3 grand on an e-drum kit
Joseph, check out the Alesis Nitro, Alesis Command, or Alesis Forge kits. I believe they were linked earlier in this thread.1
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Sure, the guitar in a lot of blues songs is great. But the bass and drums are super boring for the most part. A bass player that I used to jam with had a saying:
"The 2 most boring jobs in music are the drummer in a blues band, and the guitarist in a reggae band."1
How can you guard the guitar from picks if you don't use a pick to play it? SO CONFUSINGIt's just for looks, so that your game guitar can look more like a real guitar.
As for the guys who play this game with a pick, you're thinking about it all wrong. The strum bar on the GH/RB guitars is not meant to represent or replace a guitar string. It's meant to represent a guitar pick and the motion thereof while playing a guitar.
So you're playing a guitar pick...with a guitar pick.