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Sounds like you may need to buy a new one or replace the connections internally If you got it wet with something sticky(ewe) then when you press one it is making the other connection press too or the if the connection is not completely centered internally then one could be pressing on both. Or, maybe it has something to do with the wire connection where something is completing the circuit to make both get the signal. Goodluck and try not to rock out to hard or maybe try not to abuse it as it is only plastic.lol
right near the strum bar towards the colored fret buttons you should see a small button with an arrow on it. if you press the button in and slide in the direction of the arrow the battery compartment cover should come off easily. see video or pics.
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I'm guessing you have a wireless guitar and you need to sync it to your xbox by pressing the white button next to your memory card slots on the xbox and the one on the guitar it is probably around the body of the guitar
AS long as the drum set and guitar is made for rockband it should work fine. before you turn on your 360, connect the drumset (and guitar if it not wireless) If it's wireless, press the green x on guitar and wait for 360 to turn on. Then press the sync buttons on the guitar, drumset (if there) and on 360. Hope this works
the frets are colour coded to the xbox, so green would be A, blue would be X, yellow would be Y and red is B. I think the triggers are the strum or the whammy. I dont know what the bumpers are on the guitar. Hope it helps. kiki-mad
I have the same problem with my guitar, when it really starts to act up
I just pull out the upper piece and blow on the connectors, it works a
little better after that but then it starts dying again. I'm pretty
sure that your controller is just starting to die. Sorry
You could get all the songs by just just playing the career unlocking them one by one or you could go to the Main menu and choose 'Options' then choose 'cheats' then choose 'Enter cheat' then with the guitar press the colored buttons in this order :
blue, blue, red, green, green, blue, blue, yellow.
when done a message will appear telling you that you unlocked up all songs in Quick Play. Now that you did so you'll have noticed the 'same as before' emtpy slots for cheats. You actually have to scroll down the list of the emtpy cheats until you find 'Unlock all Quick Play Song' and if will say "Off" under it, simply select that to be 'On' and just head back to the main menu and go play Quick Play with every single song in the game. Now you can Rock.
There may be some dirt interupting the controller's signals. Take off the fretboard (using the lever/switch thing at the back) and check if there is any dirt or dust on the connections (DO NOT TOUCH THE CONNECTORS) blow on them lightly to remove dust, and clip the fretboard back onto the guitar
If that does not fix the problem then there is a fault with your Guitar Hero Controller.
On the face of your 360 is a little round button that tells the system to search for wireless controllers. Push it at the same time you push the connect button on your guitar or drums. I figured this out after returning two other systems to Wal-Mart.... They really should put this info in the instructions somewhere! Tell me if it works for you guys too.