09-12-2009 03:37 PM
I bought the premium Logitech Wireless Guitar for the PS3 (http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Wireless-Guitar-Con
At first it started registering a downstrum together with an upstrum. Then I noticed some sort of rattling sound inside the strum bar. Carefully opening the guitar panel with a screwdriver revelead that the plastic part holding a coil inside the strum bar is broken. It can probably be fixed with some superglue and patience, but I'd rather not deal with that after paying 200 bucks on what was supposed to be the best guitar on the market.
By the way, the rest of the guitar is perfect, so before I RMA it, I was wondering if it would be possible to just get a replacement strum bar. It will cost a lot to ship the entire guitar, and that seems to make little sense, considering that the only thing that needs actual replacing is the strum bar itself.
06-29-2010 08:36 PM
ruh roh - I just pulled a new one out of the box and I'm getting what appears to be double bounces when I hit single notes. My girls have a softer touch on the strum bar and don't seem to have as much trouble, but I'm hitting nearly 100% of the notes but I'll only have a run of like 6 or 8 notes. I usually hit closer to 100% of the notes and am seeing this even on easy mode.
I was looking to see if there was some way to adjust the sensitivity of the strum bar, but maybe there is a problem?
What was your solution?