Would seem very difficult!
I like the idea of doing nothing but drums .. that probably sounds wild.I have yet to find 5 vocal cards that sound good together! It's a challenge!
The same could potentially be true for other instruments too.1
Seems like a cool idea but the initial adoption rate and hype would have to be through the roof for this to be even remotely feasible.1
I went to another Best Buy the same morning they got a shipment in and had exactly 3 (2 of which I had).
So I'm up to 8/12, but I cannot believe Best Buy stores are literally getting three additional packs.
That is so little.1
I like the idea of doing nothing but drums .. that probably sounds wild.
The same could potentially be true for other instruments too.2
I think they recommended sleeves at one point. They don't interfere with the NFC at all, thankfully (unless of course you get really thick hard plastic ones).I went ahead and sleeved a playlist (15 cards). My board was able to recognize about 9-11 cards. No big deal. You can actually press down on the stack and get all to register or simply divide them into multiple slots. I'm referring to when you are constructing a deck and want to calculate the score.
I slapped some cheap transparent ones on mine to keep the cards from sustaining damage from greasy hands or wet tables. I want this game to last a looooong time.
Of course this can be done manually. All in all, I think it's worth sleeving to protect the cards.2