So my guitar (which I got to play Guitar Hero 3) connects to my Xbox 360 via the USB slot in back. When I started up the game, everything seemed fine. The buttons got me through the menu perfectly, but then when I tried playing a song, the only buttons that work are the green orange ones, which, even more strange, play the opposite of eachother (i.e. I press down the orange button, the game thinks I'm pressing the green button, and vice versa).
The other buttons don't do anything during the song, but I know they work because they work on the menus. A friend of mine noticed that I'd bought a guitar designed for Rockband, but then reassured me that it should work just fine for Guitar Hero as well. I'm confused.
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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!
1. Remove the second Wii Remote's battery cover and insert two AA batteries into the device. 2. Open the SD Card Slot cover on the front of the Wii console. Push and release the console's "SYNC" button. 3. Push and release the "SYNC" button below the Wii Remote's batteries. 4. Wait for the Wii Remote LED to stop blinking. 5. Replace the Wii Remote battery cover. 6. Snap
the Wii Remote into the back of the second Logitech Wireless Guitar
Controller for Wii. Your second guitar will then use your Wii Remote's
power and synchronization to the console and respond to Guitar Hero.
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 .
You cannot download anything like that from xbox live have you tried different ports on your xbox to rule out a problem just one usb slot? Have you tried putting somethign else into the usb slot to see if that works i.e. pen drive with some pictures then see if you can viewthem from the dashboard
To fix this problem, when the game is in, wired guitar = plug in the remote, and it should work
Wireless= there should be a dot you are able to press in on, which will
make the light flash green, then hit the button on your xbox 360 under
the memory slots ----Besides * matters on how you have it laid out *
they will connect you to either 1st player * if your remote is turned off *
or second * if your remote is turned on *
let me know how it goes,
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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.