There's no way to fix the receiver for your guitar but you can try to connect your guitar to the console by plugging the receiver into the port and then turning on the console. The guitar and receiver should connect on their own.
Plug it in
Switch the guitar on...press some buttons...if does not work press connect button on receiver then repeat. =]
Press the PS-button on your gh guitar. Remember to input batteries into it though
First turn the guitar on and then connect it to the wireless receiver
A normal controller is placed inside the guitar. If your controller works so will your guitar
You just plug in the receiver in Port 1. Then you turn on your PS2 and the Guitar and it's receiver will connect by them self..
You have to disconnect the player 1 controller, and then connect the guitar.
You have to have a piece that plugs into the USB port that will connect to the guitar. If you have that piece, you click the button on it for syncronization and the button on the guitar.
It is wireless. Click on the playstation/xbox button on the controller and rock along!
it depends if you get it wireless
connect the wireless adapter to the ps2 controller slot
depends what console you have, it it is a wii then you can put in the wii remote into the controller, but if it is ps3 or xbox then you need a signal receiver that you plug into the console, it also depends what guitar you have
Wii is wireless. read the instuctions.
Yes.. As long as they're both for the correct console you can use them.
I don't know whether you have the same difficulty as I did in the beginning, but maybe this will help. The Guitar Hero Guitar controller is unlike the wireless XBox 360 controllers when it comes to connecting. You have to press the connect button on your console (its marked with a small pattern that looks kind of like the WiFi sign), and then press and hold the connect button on your guitar controller (its located on the outer ridge close to where the start buttons is) while the green lights around the power button on your console flashes. Just repeat this until a green light stands still both on the console and your controller. Another problem I picked up is that if you start up your console with a normal remote, whether it is wired or wireless, the console recognizes the controller as the primary controller meaning that it would only take input from your guitar as the secondary controller in two player mode whether that be Co-op Career or Battle mode. I hope this sorts out your problem. If it doesn't your guitar is probably faulty.
No, you can use the guitar hero 3 controller, which is wireless, for guitar hero two
not the wireless guitar but if it was wired than you can
yes you can i have all three of them and they all work with the wireless guitar (thank god)
If you have xbox 360 you need to hold the xbox button on the wireless guitar when you already have guitar hero on
accessories will work on any console and vice versa.
You have to plug in the guitar to the console.
All you need is a control pad and a microphone connected to your console.
Yes it does.