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Re: guitar hero world tour guitar connection
Try the following:
Verify that your guitar is connected to the PS3 by looking for the red indicator light above the strum bar.
If the indicator light is not lit please refer to the following page for directions on how to sync your guitar to the console.
Try disconnecting and reconnecting the wireless dongle, then restarting the system.
If the buttons are not functioning in the game or behaving oddly please press the lever on the back of the guitar at the base of the neck and remove the neck from the guitar. Then plug the neck back into the guitar.
Check to see if the guitar button in question is functioning in the Playstation 3 XMB (the strum bar should scroll you up and down, the fret buttons act like the buttons on the controller and are labeled on the side of the neck, etc)
If the strum bar is registering extra hits try keeping a finger on the strum bar while playing the game instead of flicking it with your fingers/hand.
Try replacing the batteries in the guitar.
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The instruments for Rock Band and GH:WT are compatible on the PS3 and the Xbox 360, not the Wii. Blame Activision, the creators of GH:WT - they went a different route with hardware for the Wii that made things incompatible.
Solution: Wii Console needed to download a software upgrade from the web to run Guitar Hero World Tour. Internet connection in our home is via a Linksys ADSL wireless router. Entered Wii Setup menu (select Wii button on bottom left of screen). Changed Connection 1 from None to Wireless. Wii picked up the SSID broadcast from the router. Did a Test Connection which worked. Wii Console prompted me to 'download Wii System Upgrade from Web?'. Clicked OK. Download took approx 10 mins. On completion of download Guitar Hero World Tour loaded automatically. Note: I have read that the Wii uses wireless protocol 802.11b. Make sure your router has both 802.11g and 802.11b enabled or 802.11b only for the duration of the download. Best of luck.
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.