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Ymmv Toys r us rockband bundle xboxone $209

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Toys r us has rockband Xbox one bundle for 209. It's 599 everywhere else. They also have buy one get one 30% off clearance. As well as the ps4 and Xbox one rockbands with just the guitars for $40 and online they have a coupon for 20% off clearance that works with those but not the bundle.
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Created 01-01-2018 at 09:27 AM by nightwalk
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Link? What does it come with?
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I'm interested in the rockband guitar bundle for $32. Let me look for this clearance coupon.
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Link? What does it come with?
I assume the OP needs to include "in-store" somewhere in the description, and "B&M" in the title; even searching the Toys R Us site produces nothing relevant, but oddly, if you search "Toy r us rock band" in google, it comes up with some OOS listings for the site.

I don't know if that's a sign of just TRU being in the sad state that they are in, or the sad state of RB, or possibly both. I've been playing RB since the AC/DC game came out, and I've "upgraded" to every iteration of the full band bundles as they've come out.

Worryingly, their previous manufacturing partner, Mad Catz, seems to have gone out of business, and despite the current instruments being now made by PDP, not only have the "PRO" cymbal sets still carrying the Mad Catz brand (and oddly, still available NEW from Amazon), all instrument bundles seem to be OOP everywhere. That's not a promising sign for the future of RB, despite many updates and weekly song downloads being released. =\
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Yeah it's in store I was able to pick up a guitar bundle set

The first toys are us I went to did not have any The next store only had 2 guitar bundle sets
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Where is it $599?
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I usually find people who sell barely used for under $100. My kid is a drummer so the drums get abused and I want to pay as little as I can. We're on our 4th set of drums I think. maybe 5th set.
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I usually find people who sell barely used for under $100. My kid is a drummer so the drums get abused and I want to pay as little as I can. We're on our 4th set of drums I think. maybe 5th set.
Well, I tell you what we did.

Get the Alesis Nitro or any other good budget edrum kit with a midi out. Then, with the PDP legacy adapter and mad catz midi pro adapter, you can play real drums on rb4.

They will hold up better than the cheap rb kits and you can learn to play the songs for real in pro drums mode.
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I assume the OP needs to include "in-store" somewhere in the description, and "B&M" in the title; even searching the Toys R Us site produces nothing relevant, but oddly, if you search "Toy r us rock band" in google, it comes up with some OOS listings for the site.

I don't know if that's a sign of just TRU being in the sad state that they are in, or the sad state of RB, or possibly both. I've been playing RB since the AC/DC game came out, and I've "upgraded" to every iteration of the full band bundles as they've come out.

Worryingly, their previous manufacturing partner, Mad Catz, seems to have gone out of business, and despite the current instruments being now made by PDP, not only have the "PRO" cymbal sets still carrying the Mad Catz brand (and oddly, still available NEW from Amazon), all instrument bundles seem to be OOP everywhere. That's not a promising sign for the future of RB, despite many updates and weekly song downloads being released. =\
See my last post for drum advice.
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Any way to check the instore inventory ?
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See my last post for drum advice.
Long ago, when I was in the forums last, I thought people were still clamoring for a way to use their edrum sets, no? Maybe I'm just thinking about the ion set, or whatever it was.

As for me, if you want to take a look at my apartment and tell me where to fit a real drum kit to use your suggestion, I'd maybe consider it, lol. For now I'll just continue to ponder whether or not I want to pickup another of the cymbal sets off Amazon for $30 before they possibly go extinct.
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Well, I tell you what we did.

Get the Alesis Nitro or any other good budget edrum kit with a midi out. Then, with the PDP legacy adapter and mad catz midi pro adapter, you can play real drums on rb4.

They will hold up better than the cheap rb kits and you can learn to play the songs for real in pro drums mode.
Thx for the tip. We actually have an edrum kit but it's a bit of a bear when we just want to get some impromptu rb on. My son also has a full on drum kit he plays on.
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Long ago, when I was in the forums last, I thought people were still clamoring for a way to use their edrum sets, no? Maybe I'm just thinking about the ion set, or whatever it was.

As for me, if you want to take a look at my apartment and tell me where to fit a real drum kit to use your suggestion, I'd maybe consider it, lol. For now I'll just continue to ponder whether or not I want to pickup another of the cymbal sets off Amazon for $30 before they possibly go extinct.
Yes, for awhile there were a LOT of angry people. There has been drum support now for well over a year. Of course, you need 2 separate adapters to make it work, but it is miles better than the cramped plastic kits.

You could do the Roland TD1K line. About $600 but not much bigger than a rb kit, but so thoughtfully designed. I considered it but went with a Nitro kit for half the price since I had the room to store it too.
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$300-600 plus adapters is WAY out of the range of what most people would consider reasonable for a casual hobby, bro. I have hundreds of dollars sunk into DLC, and I still only play maybe once a month.
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$300-600 plus adapters is WAY out of the range of what most people would consider reasonable for a casual hobby, bro. I have hundreds of dollars sunk into DLC, and I still only play maybe once a month.
Well, I was mainly addressing yahu who posted about repeatedly buying rb drums for around 100 bucks.

Real drums hold up far longer and develop actual skills that will translate to musical ability. Plus his son already IS a drummer, just makes sense to me.

The Alesis Nitro kit is $300 I only said the $599 Roland kit because space was important to you. Trust me, side hobby or not, go play a TD1K set at a music store and you will never want a rb kit again...

Plus, most families DO wear the rb and gh kits and ESPECIALLY pedals out. Buying repeatedly over time adds up to a proper kit too with none of the benefits.
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