Music Gear News
Ringo Starr 'can't play Rock Band'
Ringo Starr may be a master behind a Ludwig drum kit, but it seems he is less proficient with a games controller.
The Fab Four's drummer recently tried his hand at The Beatles: Rock Band video game, which allows gamers to play along with many of the legendary group's records.
However, he has admitted that he has found it difficult to apply his actual drumming skills to the game, which was released in September last year.
Speaking to US talk show host Jimmy Fallon, he said: "We tried it when they were putting it together and they'd bring all these geniuses out to play it.
"It's too frantic for me."
This comes after Ringo's former bandmate Sir Paul McCartney admitted that he isn't very good at Rock Band either.
He recently told the Times that he lost on the Easy setting when he was trying to replicate his own bass guitar lines.Posted on 16 Jan 2010 08:00 to category : Instruments News
Related Music News
A synth that boasts a range of interesting parameters, Novation's Peak brings next-level user operation to the fold, promising an immersive creative experience.
The next design from tech titans Novation, the Circuit Mono Station looks to follow on from Bass Station II, picking up where its older brother left off.
Building on previous sucssesses, QSC's K.2 range pave the way forward within the realm of speaker technology, throwing several innovative features into the mix
Setting a new standard for audio interfaces, the Goliath HD offers a range of exciting new features that enhance and refine your audio for optimum results
Keeley's GC-2 Guitarist Limiting Amplifier and Monterey Fuzz Vibe Rotary Wah in White and Gold will be available at a reduced price from the 14/04/2017
Yamaha's latest entry into the world of silent violins utilises a state-of-the-art SRT Power System to enhance and maximise your tone in a practice environment
Recent Music News
Designed in collaboration with celebrated musician Devin Townsend, Mooer's Ocean Machine blends gorgeous, transient tones with powerful expression and depth.
JHS Pedals give us the lowdown on their latest pedal launches and re-releases from NAMM 2017, with products Shipping to European dealers on April 24th.
Introducing a sleek aesthetic to an established favourite, Arturia's Step Range offer an extensive selection of creative options to the discerning musician.
News has emerged from Superbooth that Behringer will be introducing their brand new Deep Mind 6, a smaller more condensed version of its big brother DeepMind 12
Utilizing innovative features designed to complement the modern piano player, Yamaha's MX88 Synth offers a re purposed design and flawless functionality.
Need to sort out your audio inconsistencies? iZotope launch an update across three of of their pieces audio editing software: Elements, Regular and Advanced.