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My gh3 wireless guitar won't respond to the + and - button

The guitar hits notes just fine. But when the time comes to enter something by pressing the + button nothing happens. WHAT DO I DO!?!?!?!

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You can use a standard controller to input anything you need, but it does sound like the d-pad is broken. Get it replaced.

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