Playing guitar hero 3 on an xbox 360 using one wireless and one wired guitar/controller, the one assigned as controller 2 has no sound; this happens with both the wired and wireless controller. Controller 1 always has sound. Any ideas?
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Wireless guitar may have been damaged and if so you might have to buy a new controler for guitar hero . Its not the xbox 360 its the Wireless guitar the If sensor is either broken of a loose wire inside the guitar is causing the problem . If the problem persist do NOT open the guitar go buy a used one from gamestop or online . Amazon has cheap replacements around 10-15$ depending what wireless guitar your buying .
try turning of your whole console and taking every controller out exept for the guitar and hold down the turn on controller button thingy that turns on the controller and try the game and see if it works if not i cant help im very sorry if that doesnt work
I had this issue myself today when I borrowed Guitar Hero III and the wireless guitar from a friend. Luckily I decided to scour the internet before I got so pissed that I broke an accessory that isn't mine.
There are TWO buttons that you have to push to connect a new wireless device to your 360 that isn't connecting automatically.
Step 1 There is a small white button on the face of the 360 just to the right of the controller wire ports. Press and hold this button until the light on your 360 starts to flash. This puts your system into pairing mode. When this happens:
Step 2 There is a small inconspicuous button on the bottom of the guitar near the strap connection When you press and hold this one you will see the lights around the x-box symbol flash in a circle.
If this does not solve your problem, chance are that you are indeed F*@KED and have to return yet another Microsoft product.
Is the guitar wireless, if it is check the batteries.
My friend had a problem with his guitar hero 3 game and was forced to take it back.
Before returning it though and again this only applies if the guitar is wirelss. Have you synched it with the console.
The little button just next to the memory card slots needs to be held in for a few seconds and the same needs to be done on the guitars sync button. If you get 4 gree rings of light when you try and turn the guitar on i'm almost certain its the fact that the guitar isn't synchronised with the console.