Question about Nintendo Rock Band for Wii
I have a harmonix wireless guitar and a wired drumset. Neither will respond, though they both show a blue light. I'm playing rockband 3 with rockband 1 instruments. Only the mic works and I have no idea why. Of course, I've tried new batteries in guitar, re-synced, powered on and off.. to no avail. Suggestions? Its a new in box set.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Rock Band 1 and 2 both have a maximum of 4 allowable inputs. If you have more than two Wiimotes activated at the time your game starts, it won't recognize all your other peripherals. It's also important to note that you should ALWAYS use the instrument you plan to jam with to navigate through the menu system (ie: Using the the drum pads and the + on the drumset to continue).
I have the full RB1 set up and had no problem using RB2 with the old set. If you need further assistance, please post a clarification or comment here.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
SOURCE: Wii Rockband needs repair!
After searching around on the internet, I've found a guide that seems to cover the steps to repair unresponsive drum pads. It provides a few simple fixes, and some links for how to fix other problems with the Rock Band instruments.
Unresponsive Drum Pad Guide: http://www.instructables.com/id/Rock_Band_Drum_Pad_Repair/
Guitar Strummer Guide: http://www.instructables.com/id/Rock_Band_Strummer_Repair/
The main guide: http://www.instructables.com/id/Rock_Band_Instrument_Repairs_and_Modifications/
If you're unable or unwilling to try fixing it yourself, I would suggest checking places like hobby stores, electronics supply (like Radio Shack) stores, or a individually owned and operated video games store, if you're lucky enough to have one. Places like these often have people who are willing to perform modifications and repairs on electronics at reasonable prices. If all of these options fail, my last suggestion would be to check out a nearby university, especially if the university has electrical, mechanical, or computer science engineering programs; I myself am a computer science engineering student, and I know several of my fellow students who do things like repair electronics in their free time as a hobby.
Hope this helps,
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
Are you playing Rock Band 1 or 2 with the new drums? The Rock Band 2 drums will NOT work with Rock Band 1.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
take a can of air and blow arround the movement area of the pad, odds are you have dust or some other forign body limmiting the mobility of the pad
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
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Have you connected the midi pro adapter.If not then reconnect.If yes,then remove and reconnect.
The MIDI PRO-Adapter has been designed
exclusively for use with Rock Band , and allows musicians to use most real
MIDI keyboards and MIDI drum sets when playing the game. In addition, the MIDI PRO-Adapter will work
in conjunction with the forthcoming Rock Band 3 Squire by Fender Stratocaster
Guitar and Controller, a fully functional, full-sized, electric guitar with
strings that also functions as a game controller for Rock Band 3's innovative
Pro mode game play.
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Posted on Dec 27, 2010
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