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Guitar hero Can I add the guitar from Guitar Hero to the Rock Band ?Both Guitar Hero and Rock Band are for the wii!

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This isnt a Definite answer however You may be able to as if the guitar is correct it will have the ten button layout and then it should work.

You need to make sure the Guitar has the same amount of buttons and such and it should work.

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

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