Is tomorrow's Clapton playing 'Guitar Hero'?

Via CNet:

The immense popularity of the hit Guitar Hero franchise--the third iteration of the game, Guitar Hero III, brought in $115 million during its first week on the market--may be the best thing that has happened to the instrument, to rock 'n' roll, and to guitar instructors, in a long time.

"I have an overwhelming feeling that my business is safe for years to come when I see kids playing Guitar Hero," said Dan Emery, owner of New York City Guitar School. "These kids are really enjoying playing Guitar Hero, and they're really being turned on to old classic rock" via the game.

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PimpHandHappy3883d ago


unless he plays a real guitar then rock on

Muppetmeat3882d ago (Edited 3882d ago )

If the kid who was SUPPOSED to be tomorrow's Clapton is playing guitar hero, he's never going to bother learning how to play a real guitar now. Thanks GH.

name3882d ago

Yes, because people who play NBA games never play basketball in real life when they have the chance. *sigh*