Question about Nintendo Guitar Hero Wireless Guitar - Wii for Wii
I have had this problem and think i can fix it.
1. remove the faceplate
2. there are some hole that you will see, blow in all of them.
3. push the strum bar down and blow along it.
4. push the strum bar up and blow along it.
5. get an ear stick and WD 40, spray a bit on the ear stick and wipe the sides of the strum bar.
6. test it.
hope this will help you
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
Bsoans... I tried what you said and it worked:
I took the face plate off and blew inside and around the holes/strum bar. I didn't even need to try the WD-40 trick. I then tested out the guitar and managed a new high score on my favorite song which I had played 100 times before. Thanks for the tip!! I hope this works for others out there with the same problem.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
Www.guitarherorepair sell repair kits for this problem - it is a common one!
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
Regardless if it was your fault for breaking the guitar or you just bought it like that, the best bet is to get a new one if you are still under warranty. I've had GH3 since it came out and ive had to go threw 4 guitars just simple wear and tear.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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