Maybe, if you play it like Guitar Hero 3 on solo guitar exclusively. As a band game, the mechanics are terrible. Sort of a glaring flaw for a band game.In general, most everything was improved from GH3 to WT in terms of the actual mechanics of the game (ie, what you are actually doing once you start playing the song)
Also, I'm honestly not convinced you've even played all the songs in GH:WT. How did you get through the full song career without playing Anouk's godawful "Good God", for example?
So, in summary, here's how I see GH:WT:
You never play as a band, and you'd apparently enjoy playing Christopher Cross' Sailing in GH:WT on solo guitar exclusively. So here's how you see GH:WT:sketchy tracklist + horrible band gameplay = fail.
Like you said, we'll have to agree to disagree on this one.intense individual song partisanship + never playing as a band = success!