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I do not understand what you are asking....why would you be using an xbox wireless headset for xbox 360 with a wireless guitar: It would seem to me by the definition the headset is made for xbox 360 unit and not some brand guitar.
You can use any mic that has a usb plug, you can also use the usb mic on your pc too. You will not be able to the mic with GH3, because GH3 does not offer band multiplay, you will need to get GH World Tour or a GH track pack. You can also use the guitars from GH for all the Rockband series too. So having the mic already, all you would have to do (if it has the usb) is connect it to the usb plug in the front of your console. I assume your using the PS2 b/c of the pic. You can also use the drums and mic from PS2 with a PS3. You can't use the guitar from PS2 for PS3 unless you buy this wire that converts the controller plug to usb, on ebay they are $4-$5, obviously a lot cheaper than buyer another guitar @ $40-$50. This info should help and may answer some future questions as well. Good luck.
If your computer does not reckognize the mic then you have to go online and do a search for drivers for that specific microphone!!!
Usually the website for that company will have a free download page...
For example you can put in a search for "Logitech drivers" or "Logitech Microphone Drivers" if that was the type of mic you had..
Look for the website first officiaclly then you may have to talk with or put in a ticket with their Customer Service..
guitar amps are all set to a low Z resistance configuration. wich are made for guitar only. make sure you are using the right cables.
you need sheilded guitar cable not unshielded speaker cable in many cases these cables look exactly the same. look at your cable look for the words speaker or instrument. you need the instrument cable. if you still have that problem. then you may just not be satisfied with the quality of the amp it self.
You need a directional microphone, and then it needs to be pointed away from the guitar. Another technique would be to provide some acoustic insulation between the mic and the guitar, like a wall or a partition like what is used to set up office cubicles.
if you look in the front on the drums there is a light hole and thats where you put the mic
you have to have a new type of mic not the 1 with the volume on the bottme and you cant talk with the mic on guitar you have to have a guitar hero 3 guitar to talk on guitar
While you probably solved this already here goes. I'm not familiar with reaper but most audio recording software can select between using windows wdm & ASIO. If you aren't set to ASIO you won't be able to see the Hi-Z (Dock A/Dock B) inputs. It looks like Reaper supports ASIO so that should be fine. If though you are using a program that doesn't support ASIO you need to use the EMU patchmix and 'patch' the input through to a 'wave' channel.
first of all you want to have your guitar amp at a decent volume but too loud, just enough to be able to get a good signal. when you have done this turn up the gain on your mic channel so that your VU meter (level meter) on the recording software shows a reading of about half way up the meter. If you can not achieve this with the soundcard alone increase the gain on your channel in the software.
This sound guarantee a good signal but as with most recordings you will still have to boost the signal without it peaking. to do this use a compressor or a limiter and turn the gain up. if you use these dynamic effects correctly you will achieve the guitar level you want.