Summary: It seems incomprehensible that Logitech would take the time to build such a heavy and well put-together piece of equipment, ensure sound body construction, turnable guitar pegs and even a false bridge, and fail in the ways that are actually important.
Summary: The guitar is larger and heavier than the standard guitar controller. One thing I immediately noticed was that the action on the strum bar was more stiff. The guitar was excellent, however, the strum bar broke approximately 4 months after I purchased it.
Love the 'feel' don't like the frets or the strum - Do not buy
MDM Sensei, Amazon
17 July 2010
Summary: I play Rock Band exclusively - but I prefer the GH guitars. I've been playing RB since 2007 and about every 4 months or so, I'd replace a GH guitar controller as they wear out and variety of problems occur.
Summary: First of all, this guitar is a beauty. The build is solid, and feels it, with the weight of the guitar really elevating the "fun" factor of the game. When I have people over to play almost everybody prefers to use the logitech controller to the regular Guitar Hero controller.
Summary: I took the plunge and bought this guitar after going through about 6 of the standard Red Octane supplied guitar controllers. I think those guitar controllers are great for both occasional players and those who play on Medium or lower difficulties.
Summary: I love Rock Band (RB) and play it with my friends often. We're very happy with MadCatz wireless 2-strum bass, but haven't found a nice upgrade replacement for the guitar. With an entry price of $200 and no chance to test it out in a store (and no reviews), I took a chance & pulled the trigger on...