Insert batteries in guitar; turn switch to "ON"; Plug in the USB wireless piece into the back of the console; Press tiny button under the wammy bar and then the bigger button. You should now be synced.
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Are you pressing the sync buttons on the component and then pressing the sync button on the console?It is under the large door on the front of the console.First press the guitar sync,then it should give you a couple of seconds to press the console sync.If the light goes to constant blue,it is synched.Do the same for the other component.Good luck and rock on!
Did you have to sync it from the very start?I am not familiar with the guitar games.If the guitar needs batteries,open the battery cover.Also open the large cover on the front of the console.There should be a sync button under the guitar battery cover.Press that and the red sync button at the top of the open panel on the console.It may take a couple tries to sync up but it should. Good luck and ROCK ON!
For me it was the white box that connects to the back of the wii. I tried everything from changing batteries in the guitar, to pressing white button on guitar, to restarting while holding white button down to screaming at the wii. Then I bought a new rockband guitar at best buy and the new guitar did not work until I swapped the white box (dongle?) that connects to the back of the Wii. One is for the drums and the other is for the guitars and mic. Hope this helps.