Realistic Guitar. You'll feel like you've joined a rock band for real!
Ninjaba "Ninjaba", Amazon
27 July 2011
Summary: This guitar is really impressive. It's hard to believe the makers put so much effort into making a toy guitar that has the look and feel of a real guitar! It's not cheap wood and shoddily designed; it's well constructed, heavy, with real parts.
Summary: For Guitar Hero/Rock Band fans looking for an even more authentic experience, there's no better guitar peripheral than the Logitech Wireless Controller. However, that authenticity comes with a steep price tag, so the decision lies not in whether or not this product is high quality, but whether or...
Summary: The person who wrote the long description of this guitar before me, hit the nail on the head. It is heavier then the "regular" controller. But feels like a real guitar. It is orange. Very orange. ;-) Just like something a rock stair would have. I would buy it again, and would recommend it to others.
Summary: I looked at reviews and prices for all the different types of guitar controllers for Rock Band, and finally decided on this Guitar Hero controller. (Note, even though it is for GH, it works just fine with RB3 on my PS3.
Summary: The Logitech controller appears well made but I did have a few complaints. 1. Stiff "Select" button. This makes using Overdrive/Star Power without shaking the controller somewhat difficult. 2. Spacing of fret buttons.
Summary: I purchased this guitar after the Warbeast went down completely in less than a year. It is a solid design and works very well with Guitar Hero games. But I also have all of the Rock Band games and this guitar will not sync up with the game.
Summary: This is a great controller and much more sturdy than any of the packaged controllers I have tried. I would have preferred a different color than orange, but besides that the controller is exactly what I was looking for in a guitar hero controller.
Summary: Most of the reviews already here will give you an idea of the fret action and strumming capabilities, so I won't go into too much detail. The guitar is pretty quiet, never sticks and I haven't had much trouble with the fret buttons.