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Sometimes when playing Guitar Hero on a LCD TV or some other types, there will be a small delay between what's shown on the screen and what's heard. You can go into the game options and set up manual calibration. It's a little rough around the edges, but it'll get the job done. Hope this helps!
1. You need 3 other controllers besides the Nyko guitar (they can be the rockband instrument set, or just any PS3 controllers. I used a DS3 a RB guitar and GH3 guitar) 2. You need all 3 of the controllers assigned to the PS3 taking up spot 1-3 except the Nyko guitar (goal is to assign the Nyko to 4 or higher) 3. Plug in the Nyko dongle and attempt to link with the guitar (it will most likely make the Nyko button turn red which is the color that won't play) 4. Turn the switch on the dongle back and forth once or twice ending on GH setting letting the guitar link on it's own (It may not assign correctly on the first try, but keep switching between Rockband setting and GH setting. Always end on GH, because it will work with Rockband on GH setting) 5. After a few times it should link and allow you to play
Problem is the firmware of the PS3 (V3.10 or higher)
have you tried going into the setup when trying to play a song there is a option called lag timer/ delay something like that. sometimes the timing between you controller and the telly are out of sync. im not definate but worth a try.
After some tinkering, I was able to fix this problem myself. When I detached the neck, I noticed that the spring-loaded pins from the guitar body had pressed hard enough on the thin contact points that they created holes that went through to the circuit board, thus causing the intermittent signal loss problems. A carefully applied drop of solder on each of the contact points in the neck has my controller now working flawlessly once again.
The same thing happened to me when i bought GH3. The only solution for me was to return it and get a new one. The manager at game stop said that this is a pretty common problem and a lot of people have returned guitars for the very same reason.