Question about Nintendo Guitar Hero Wireless Guitar - Wii for Wii
I have been playing Guitar Hero World Tour on the Wii for a couple of days now. It had been working fine, but now, half way through a song the guitar becomes unable to play two notes simultaneously. This varies wildly, sometimes it is fine and will get through a whole song, sometimes it will allow red and blue to be played together, but not green and yellow (for example) or sometimes it will simply stop playing two notes together in the middle of a song (with the inevitable result that I fail the track!).
I have synched the remote a number of times, and don't think it is a problem with the physical connection between the guitar and Wii remote. I haven't experienced any similar problem when using the drums. Any bright ideas?
Any help is much appreciated.
The same thing happened to me when i bought GH3. The only solution for me was to return it and get a new one. The manager at game stop said that this is a pretty common problem and a lot of people have returned guitars for the very same reason.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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