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Yellow cymbal won't play

My yellow cymbal was working fine then just quit

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Both cymbals have stopped working would it work if i replace them


yes yes it would if ur not worried about warrenty u could tak off the sensder and glue it back on and see if it works like solder the wires back on but make sure you have a adult to hlp you solders are dangerous

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Cymbal Wire Broken Issue: I got the same problem as many. My kid pulled the Guitar hero cymbal wire and it ripped out of the rt angle mono jack connector. After reading on the net I purchased a replacement...


I don't know if you resolved this problem yet but I had the same issue because my kid decided to twist the cymbals backwards and ripped both wires. I just bought a pair of used cymbal wires on Ebay for about $10 which included shipping. Other sellers are selling new wires for about $15-$20 each. The wires worked great. There is some labor required though but it's pretty simple. First you have to take all the screws out from the bottom so you can take the whole drumhead set off. Then disconnect each wire and plug the new one in. It might be easier to do them one at a time so you don't forget where each one goes. There is no soldering necessary. Hope this helps.

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I figured it out


check this link for a complete matrix of which instruments work with which games on which consoles http://www.joystiq.com/Instrument-Compatibility-Matrix/

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Cymbals for guitar hero stopped working


This Is Extremely Common They Have Been Doing It From The Launch. Go To YouTube.com And Put In fix drum set And Thats All That Pops Up. Hope This Helps Guys.
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cymbal problems are very common on GHWT you should check that its plugged in,try swapping it iwth the other cymbal to see if its the cymbal or wire that is broken then have a look here for repair guides and parts

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This may sound silly but where do you plug both of the cymbals in


We just got ours and set it up today. My son had same problem. The holes to plug in the cymbals are right underneath the cymbal pads, on the side of the bar holding up the pads. If you study the directions carefully, you can see where they are directing you to plug them in.

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2 kick plates one for base one for a cymbal ? or mabye 2 plugs one for each cymbal ?

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If you bought it at a physical store you should be able to return the product and explain to them that a cord was missing before you even used it.

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