Question about Buck Guitar Hero World Tour for for Xbox 360
I would recommend stripping both ends of the wire to expose the wire, add another piece of wire in between the broken wire, to lengthen the wire overall, then simply reconnect all the wires together. After the wires are reconnected then, add some electrical tape around the parts where the wire is exposed. If there is not enough wire to patch it up, then sorry to say but, you will need to buy some replacement cymbals. It will $13.99 with free shipping on ebay, just seach "replacement cymbals xbox 360", it will come right up.
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
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