Can only get one guitar to sync when go to screen to set up guitars, the controller takes one slot and only allows one guitar to be set up. Can play the game with one guitar and the controller, but not both guitars...how do we activate the other guitar so it can be used in place of the controller?
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1. Remove the second Wii Remote's battery cover and insert two AA batteries into the device. 2. Open the SD Card Slot cover on the front of the Wii console. Push and release the console's "SYNC" button. 3. Push and release the "SYNC" button below the Wii Remote's batteries. 4. Wait for the Wii Remote LED to stop blinking. 5. Replace the Wii Remote battery cover. 6. Snap
the Wii Remote into the back of the second Logitech Wireless Guitar
Controller for Wii. Your second guitar will then use your Wii Remote's
power and synchronization to the console and respond to Guitar Hero.
First of all make sure your guitar hero controller turns on and flash's. Next, you will see at the bottom of the guitar hero controller there is a little button. On your Xbox 360 there should also be a syncbutton which you use to sync controllers. Hold the sync button down on your Xbox and at the same time on your guitar hero controller as well. You should see that the lights on your xbox and controller spin round and then flash a few time in till displaying one light next to the appropriate number. Please note that you cannot use a Rock band controller on Guitar hero. If You controller still does not connect then try changing the batteries in case they are low, but if the problem continues to persist then you shall have to call Xbox customer support by going to www.Xbox.co.uk .
Have your synchronized the controller to the xbox? To do this, there is a button on the front of the xbox and one usually on the bottom of the guitar hero controller. hold both of these buttons, the lights will circle then when its synced they should stop and resume being player indicators. If this doesn't work, return the guitar to the shop you bought it from.
Hello My Name is Tim, Have you tried to sync the guitar? anything wireless on the 360 has to be synced. If you have tried this please let me know and I will look further into this problem for you. Good luck and hope to hear from you soon.
start the guitar hero game as you normally would. then take the remote that you are going to put into the first guitar and press the "home" button", this should bring up a screen that will allow you to connect another remote in the game, press the reconnect area and aim both remotes at the sensor and press the 1 and 2 button at the same time, exit this screen and then got multiplayer section of the game and you should be set. my 10 year old neighbor had to show me this. good luck..
That is a very common problem and here is a step by step solution. Press the little button on the Xbox 360 with a wireless sign on it. It's on the front in between the memory card slots and the power button.
After you've done that the Xbox lights should go like around in circles.
Hold the button with the same picture on it on the Guitar controller its on the edge near the LAN port and microphone port