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How to you just play the microphone and guitar on world tour

How do you set up world tour for the ps2 to just play the mic and guitar

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On Guitar Hero: World Tour you can play using the microphone and guitar by selecting two profiles and choose the band option in either career mode, quickplay or online. A single profile cannot be used for both microphone and guitar at the same time.

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