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Re: Xbox 360 - Guitar Hero Aerosmith
That is a very common problem and here is a step by step solution. Press the little button on the Xbox 360 with a wireless sign on it. It's on the front in between the memory card slots and the power button.
After you've done that the Xbox lights should go like around in circles.
Hold the button with the same picture on it on the Guitar controller its on the edge near the LAN port and microphone port
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Unfortunately, Guitar Hero 3 does not support drums. World Tour is the first game in the series to support them. In addition, if they aren't official Guitar Hero drums, they aren't guaranteed to work with World Tour. Hopefully they do work. Good luck!
First of all make sure your guitar hero controller turns on and flash's. Next, you will see at the bottom of the guitar hero controller there is a little button. On your Xbox 360 there should also be a syncbutton which you use to sync controllers. Hold the sync button down on your Xbox and at the same time on your guitar hero controller as well. You should see that the lights on your xbox and controller spin round and then flash a few time in till displaying one light next to the appropriate number. Please note that you cannot use a Rock band controller on Guitar hero. If You controller still does not connect then try changing the batteries in case they are low, but if the problem continues to persist then you shall have to call Xbox customer support by going to www.Xbox.co.uk .
On your gutiar there is a transmiter the picks up a signal from the xbox. There might be a problem with the transmiter on the guitar. If that does not work your xbox is most likely overloading with memory. To fix that problem you might have to get a another hard drive.
Most likely you havent connected it to your xbox.... on the guitar there should be a tiny button that which is probably the size of a pea... if even. then on your xbox there is the same button on the front of the xbox..... push both of those buttons and it should connect.
Im guessing due to needing batteries that your Guitar is the Wireless type ?!
Have you correctly Synchronised your Xbox 360 with the Guitar controller ?
to do this, Turn on the Xbox and Guitar press the round "sync" button on the bottom of the guitar, next to its Ethernet port, and also press the small round sync button on the Xbox 360 (located to the left of the memory slots on the front face) at the same time, the rings of light on both the Xbox and the guitar will Turn in a clockwise motion letting you know they are synching, after that the Xbox will assign the guitar to a controller slot. then it should work.
If this doesn't work then im afraid your guitar may have a faulty wireless chip, which would require you to get a replacement.