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BurningBeard
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  #192255 27-Jan-2009 13:37
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I'm definately keen to get RB-2 to try with my WT instruments.

Speaking as a drummer, the GHWT kit is infinately superior.




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  #192257 27-Jan-2009 13:39
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Yeah, bollocks tracks by bands nobodies ever heard of I'm afraid... Still though, 20 free tracks is 20 free tracks...

Its really no hassle setting up a US account though, why wait?




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  #192264 27-Jan-2009 14:06
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Am I really that lazy?  Just seems like more work than waiting.  I haven't played GHWT that much yet, and there's always something else to do.  I'll just wait till it comes out here and works without having to muck around with multiple accounts etc.  I wonder when that will be...

Does it have to be the Aus/NZ one?  Will the Euro one work?



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  #192294 27-Jan-2009 15:28
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NZtechfreak: Yeah, bollocks tracks by bands nobodies ever heard of I'm afraid... Still though, 20 free tracks is 20 free tracks...


Definately not C4 or Classic (S)Hits regulars by any stretch.

Probably just the bands that gave away their tracks to use on the game "for the exposure."




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