Logitech's New Wii/360/PS3 Drums/Guitar Expensive, Fancy

Posted: Sep 9 2009, 11:11am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:11pm CDT, in News | Gaming


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Do you hate your bank account and love Guitar Hero? If so, Logitech is here to help. They've just released a new set of high-end Guitar Hero instruments for the Nintendo Wii. According to Gizmodo their new guitar has a maple neck, a rosewood fingerboard, and metal frets. The new drums are absolutely gorgeous; they come with three pads and two cymbals, all fully adjustable, with a recessed rim around the pads to help avoid rim shots. The kick petal is made of stainless steel.

Sounds pretty great, doesn't it? And, to make things even better, the exact same instruments are already out for the PS3 and Xbox 360. What's the catch? The Price. Logitech is charging $200 for the guitar, and $230 for the drums. That's more than excessive, but if you absolutely must have the best these instruments are it.

Personally, I've always been fine with the stock Guitar Hero instruments. Games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero have a worrying tendency to be mixed with alcohol and rowdy house guests, which means they sometimes end up getting tossed through a wall or slammed into the ground or vomited on. Unless you're a serious, sober Guitar Hero player, these new instruments sound like heartbreak waiting to happen.

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