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2.80 firmware update causes the Guitar Hero instruments to connect to
the Playstation with a high controller number. As a result Guitar Hero
will not recognize the instrument at launch. To remedy this you will
need to change the controller assignment in the Playstation 3 XMB
In the XMB go to Settings->Accessory Settings->Reassign
Controllers. From here you will be able to change the controller
number. Assign your first instrument to controller number 1 and
increment the controller numbers for any additional instruments that
you have connected. If you are using a microphone make sure to connect
a standard PS3 controller before launching the game.
i couldn't get the console to see the guitar, so after making sure the
the remotes were synched with the console individually, i pressed the
reset on the console and then started guitar hero software before
putting the remote in the guitar, making sure the first light remained lit in the remote. (am only using the guitar).
so far so good, seems to have worked.
Hi!!! I had the SAME problem! My guitar would just blink and never sync with the wii. I finally got tired of waiting to hear from EA games for a replacement and took the thing apart! I was able to find the problem. One of the connections on the board was loose! If I pressed down on the loose connection it would sync! I had my husband re-solder it and now it works great! I've attached a picture of which connection was loose.