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When playing guitar hero and pressing the corresponding color button, no sound is being made?

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Play the tutorial before playing the game. It'll tell you how to play the game. If there is still no sound, it is possible that the strum bar on the guitar is broken, and you will need to have it replaced. You can use the D-pad on the guitar as an alternative to the strum bar, just to see if the guitar works.

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or if the red and white leads are plugged in

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