Like many, my rhythm gaming days go back to the original Guitar Hero. When Rock Band was first released, my immediate interest was the drums. This is where I spent the majority of my time all of the way through the release of Rock Band 3, at which point I switched my focus over to the keys and pro guitar. Iím not great at either instrument, but have an excellent time playing both. And frankly, it was good to play something that wasn't the drums - I love the drums, but I had been there / done that.
After watching the pro guitar and bass videos for Def Leppard on RockBandAide.com, I decided last night to try pro bass for the very first time EVER, and had an absolute blast. Many of the easier bass songs are basically strum-fests, so a novice can crank it up to hard or expert and just hammer away.
I canít believe that it took me ten months to get around to trying pro bass (duh!). It makes me want to dust off my drums and plastic guitars because it reminded me of just how much re-playability we have with RB3. Has anyone had a similar experience with RB3, where you discovered you loved something you traditionally just ignored due to lack of interest, or perhaps re-discovered an instrument you gave up due to burnout?