That's a very subjective question. If you want to play in a Dream Theater or Rush tribute band you have to be very talented indeed.
If you want to get together with some friends and play some Blink 182 tunes you can literally get by knowing about 5 chords. Or, if you're a bass player, about 5 notes.
The issue to avoid is agonizing over whether or not your band is good enough to go out and play some shows. You don't really have that many rights here in the land of the free, but one of them is that you can go out and hustle a show for your band and it doesn't matter if you aren't very good or are fantastic, your odds of making a name for yourself locally or even regionally are about the same. I've seen plenty of shows with my son's uber-metal band to know that no matter how bad you are, you're probably get a fair hearing with kids, especially if all the other bands are actually worse than you!
So, my advice is to get your lessons while you are actually working things out with a band. That way your instructor will know where you are at, and you have somewhere to put his latest teachings into practice. But get the teacher that gets it. If you want to learn Yngwie Malmsteen riffs, you should probably find a teacher who knows who Yngwie Malmsteen is, so do some music teacher shopping around.
You can play Rock band with a guitar hero guitar, but you can't play Guitar Hero with a Rock Band guitar.
After you dont playing gh5, just leave the guitar with the same setup and play rock band with it
You should be able to play GH3 with a Rock Band 2 guitar. Not the original Rock Band guitar controller.
You can play rock band drum on guitar hero drums band.
He mainly plays drums. However, in his book: TommyLand, Tommy states he was playing guitar. He can also (obviously) do some very talented vocals.
Yes, Rockband and Guitar Hero hellp you play the guitar because it stimulates your muscles in the same way and gets you used to playing different notes and strumming.
Yes; one as the guitar and one playing bass.
If you have a Guitar Hero guitar, you have to play multiplayer. For the first Rock Band, you can't play bass on Solo Tour mode, but it allows you to on every other one. You use the guitar controller normally and, right before playing a song, it will ask you which of the two (guitar or bass) you would like to play. Select bass and it will have you play bass notes. On Rock Band 2, you do the same thing. This version allows you to play bass on every mode.
I believe that the rock band guitar could play on guitar hero, but guitar hero's guitar would not play on rock band.
yes you can
yes you can play guitar hero world tour, guitar hero metallica and guitar hero 5 with rock band drums!! ;))
Yes, he does. In addition to playing guitar, he plays the banjolele, bass, keyboards and piano, harp, organ, sythnesizer, and he sings. Obviesly, hes very talented
Yes, you can definitely play guitar without being able to play recorder, granted, if you are talented at guitar, recorder shouldn't be very hard, but yes it is possible.
She played guitar in the film, Freaky Friday... she actually learned how to play guitar just for the role, and that's when she first started to do vocals too. She was pretty talented, I don't know if she's kept up with the guitar though. You can youtube her playing guitar like really well from the film.
No, its the other way around. You can play guitar hero with rock band drums on the 360.
No, the Rock Band Stratocaster is not compatible with Guitar Hero II or Guitar Hero III.
Yes you can.
Yes. Even though the instruments have different styles, You can still play Rock Band drums, guitar, bass, and vocals on Guitar Hero. yes but say you got guitar hero and you wanted to play rock band with guitar hero guitars but you need the soft where. PS its better if you get guitar hero and then rock band.
Play the guitar
Yes any rock band guitar can play on Guitar hero 3
Yes the guitar hero guitars are completely compatible with rock band.
yes but why would you play Rock Band if you have Guitar Hero Metallica?