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Guitar Hero Wireless Guitar

Our Price: $37

Ok so you need a controller for your guitar hero on the Wii. Well to put it simply this is what you have to buy. Sure there are a little bit cheaper alternatives out there but this official Guitar Hero controller really is the only one worth having. A little bit of detail on what you get. Firstly you put your Wii Remote inside the Guitar Hero Guitar. There are five "fret" buttons: The green, the red, the yellow, the blue, and the orange. There is a control stick, like the one on the Nunchuk, and this you use to navigate around the Wii Menu. Underneath this is the strum bar.

Which you move up or down when a note comes at you (like you are strumming a guitar), and at the same time press the required fret button do all of this right and you will get the required note. Beside that is the + and – buttons which you use these to pause the game. Beneath these lies the Whammy bar, which you can turn and adjust as is your preference. Now you may get worried that in between using all these controls you might forget to hold the guitar but guess what like a normal guitar it has a strap, so it won’t hit the ground whilst you are rocking out.

If you need a guitar for your Wii, then this is what you should get. You won't get an official Guitar Hero guitar at a cheaper price anywhere else. Rock on.

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Last updated: Sunday, November 19, 2017

Guitar Hero Wireless Guitar Reviews (3)

  1. September 7, 2010 by Danny

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    If you love guitar hero game and own a Nintendo Wii, then you should definitely buy the guitar hero wireless guitar. The wireless guitar makes the game seem real and makes it more entertaining. There are five fret buttons – green, red, yellow, blue and orange. Just like real guitar it also comes with a strap so that you can wear it around your neck. A lot of attention has been paid when designing this wireless guitar because it looks just like the real thing.

    Pros: great design, easy to use, looks cool,
    Cons: a little small, keys have plastic feel, is slow

  2. September 7, 2010 by Nat

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    Wireless Guitar for the guitar hero game in Nintendo Wii is a really nice and innovative product but it is not a very good gaming device or gaming controller. Wireless guitar keeps up with the pace when playing in easy or medium setting but when the game is in hard and expert setting, the wireless guitar just cannot keep up with the speed of the game. So if you are going to play the whole game in easy and medium settings, this guitar will work for you. But if you are going to play the game in hard and expert setting, don’t buy this guitar, it will not work.

    Pros: design is good, feels like the real thing,
    Cons: small, can’t keep up with the speed of the game, becomes unresponsive.

  3. September 7, 2010 by Cody

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    The Wireless guitar is very short to be of comfortable use. In hand it feels like a kid’s toy. The action is not smooth and there are lots of noticeable lags. It is very slow too; it cannot keep up with the pace of the game if you play guitar hero in hard or expert settings. The keys feel too plastic. Its strum bar loses resistance very quickly. It sometimes even shuts down in between the game and that is very annoying.

    Pros: accurate design, has strap, control stick fits well
    Cons: unresponsive, shuts down, slow

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