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If playing with a keyboardist, for the love of God, do not pick a song without keys. You wouldn't choose YYZ when playing with a singer. You wouldn't choose She's Always A Woman with a drummer. So why do people think its okay to choose Crazy Train with a
Other then that just stick to things that are obvious:
Only choose one song per setlist
If there are two of you on guitar switch off between bass and guitar to give the other guy a chance
Don't leave your headset mic on if you're going to sing along or play drums
Don't hold down the right bumper if you are singing, no one wants to hear you sing 2 seconds off
Try to use overdrive at the same time as the drums (not as important as the rest but it does seem to be a good rule to follow)
how about skill level? when i played RB2 most insisted on every one playing expert. Would you rather a bandmate play on expert but just be able to get through the song or on hard where they can 99% the song?
in reply to shredders post...its more fun to play where u r most comfortable at...playin exp. if ur not ready really sucks cuz then you struggle the whole song...not enjoyable at all...if bandmates have a problem with u not playin exp. then time to find
some new ones lol ;) totally agree with the rest,DLC does help :)