We’ve established that they used the word “songs” in the advertisement. Whether they meant actual “songs,” we don’t know, but what if they did, and what if those 200 songs were all in the public domain, things like “Oh my Darling Clementine” and “the Star Spangled Banner” and “Silent Night,” which wouldn’t have required paying royalties. Would this have been any better?
or, suppose you play only metal hits from the 90’s and all the songs included were classic rock tunes. Or, suppose their drum programmer really liked country and countrified everything, or maybe he was a speed freak and every tune was sped up 5 or 10 bpm. Do you see where I’m going here? How do you know you would have been happy with the 200 they might have included?
Maybe they made a mistake in their marketing language. Read the rest of this board and you’ll see that things aren’t perfedt. I just read a note about the headphone volume disk falling off, and there are a few isolated incidents of people saying their machine is “unregistered.” But over all, people are happy.
I for one am happy to get 200, or even 20 usable rock-solid grooves instead of 200 of someone elses favorite songs maybe none of which might be the songs I perform.
So, yeah, they didn’t include a named and recognizable drum groove to Mary Had A Little Lam, or “Come On Feel The Noise” or “Margaritaville.” So return yours. Sorry you’re not as happy as everyone else.