Summary: There have been a lot of Guitar Hero games over the past few years. It's easy to get lost in the flood. But if you're going to grab one, Guitar Hero 5 is a good choice. The accessibility, streamlined presentation, solid note charts, and welcome gameplay improvements make this the best Guitar Hero game in recent memory.
Summary: All features included, the guitar feels quite smooth while playing and has a great reception. It seems kind of bigger than the Wii version, which makes it fit comfortable between legs while playing on the couch.
Summary: It did not come in as like-new like it said. There are scratches all over the guitar, and in the sides where the two halves of the guitar are joined together, there is some kind of gooey stuff, like a child with sticky fingers was playing with this guitar. Also, there is no way to connect it to my PS3, as the USB piece is missing. Not worth the money at all.
Summary: I recently bought the guitar... eventhough I received a faulty dongle that didn't sync with the guitar (this is a common problem with wireless guitars, and nothing has to do with the seller, but the manufacturer instead)... I got an out of this world custommer support and received another brand new guitar... Tania, from Atomic Gaming, helped me out along the way. What a nice human being. This guitar works out flawlessly. You hit the notes perfectly.