Gaming xbox360 guitars on wii

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I was wondering if anyone knew if xbox360 guitars work on the wii? drums and or mic too. I don't wanna grab a copy of GH or RB if I'm gonna have to buy new ones.

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ifish said:
plus the wii guitars plug into the wii remote
Yet they cost the same as Xbox and PS3 guitars, even though everything is handled by the $40 required Wiimote. Activision is a company of money-sucking bastards.
 

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i have the rockband 1 wii usb drums that require softchip and a multi cios to get the backups with the usb instruments workin
 

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The microphones are generic. They aren't specifically designed for one system. So yes, if you purchased a Mic for your Xbox 360 GH games, it would in fact work for your Wii. Whether you purchased it for either GH or RB, it'll work regardless. As for your guitar. I assume you're asking for a USB guitar. For the actual games, it won't work, somebody would have to rewrite the game coding...and I don't think anybody would be willing. Same goes for USB drums. At most, somebody will add the detection of those instruments for the Guitarfun homebrew app.
 

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