Although, if you are already a guitar player you seem to pick it up easier - based upon the handful of people I know who have played...
Originally Posted by mjones34
Guitar Hero has nothing to do with playing guitar, but both are really fun.
True - Guitar Hero has little to do with actually playing guitar. But as someone who does play a little guitar (for church) and as someone who absolutely owned Guitar Hero the first time I played it, I think I know the connection between the two. There's a certain amount of eye-hand coordination and beat recognition required in Guitar Hero - which button to press exactly when and how to time that with the strum and how to do it in beat. Someone who plays guitar, whether they know how to play tablature or are limited to chords, requires that kind of coordination when playing guitar and it just translates to Guitar Hero, kind of making the game second nature.
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