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Make sure that you've synced the Wimote with the Wii. you can do this by pressing the red button on the wii by the SD Card slot and press the red button on the Wiimote under the battery cover. You can also sync the Wiimote's by pressing the home button, clicking on the Wiimote on the screen, and then clicking Reconnect the Wiimotes I believe. When doing this, just hold down the 1 and 2 button. If your Wiimotes don't need to be sync then theres most likey something wrong with your Guitar Hero Guitar. that's the only other possible outcome I think. Unless then Nunchuck hookup is somehow broken. Doubtful though. Those Wiimotes are FEIRCELY strong. My dog, who can chew though a hard plastic chair, could only leave dents in the Wiimote he chewed on. (Bad Dog!) Hope you get it working!
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.
When starting up Rock Band, make sure that no more than one Wiimote is activated (two if you are using one for a bass/guitar). If any are, they will over ride the drums and guitar in priority.
Make sure that only the drums, wireless guitar, microphone (controlled by the Wiimote) and 2nd guitar (whether the fender type with built in wireless OR, but NOT AND, a 2nd guitar that uses a Wiimote).
If more than the max number of wiimotes are turned on when you power up the game, reset your console, and wait to start Rockband until the other wiimotes no longer show a light.
guitar hero controllers were not meant to be compatible with rock band on wii for some dumb reason, the only rock band compatible with those guitars is rock band 2, my world tour guitar doesn't even register on rb1
I have GH3 for the Wii. The standard Wiimote will fit, but you have to fiddle with it a bit. Remove the cover on the back of the guitar. Attach the cable inside the guitar to the Wiimote. Tilt the Wiimote so the front of it goes in first. The back of the Wiimote and the cable plug should push down into the guitar and rest on the plastic "slot" molding. You may have to move the cable around to the top to get it out of the way. Put the cover back on the guitar and you are done.