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This is a mod that will make the fret buttons on your guitar hero controller firmer and more responsive. You get less of that clicking / rattling sound ...
After removing the neck from the guitar body, remove all the screws from it (excluding the one holding on the strap button, unless you don't use it, and ...
Separate the two halves of the neck to reveal the inside, and set aside the back of the neck.
First, remove the two screws holding the brown circuit board down, using a small philips screwdriver. I had trouble with one of the screws as the head appeared ...
Start by sticking two pieces of duct tape together, adhesive sides facing each other. This is what the spacers are made out of. Personally I found 2 layers ...
Make 5 small balls of your blu-tack (or equivalent). Don't make these too big as too much will make the spacer's surface uneven - see the picture for ...
Place the fret buttons back into the neck, in the correct order. The correct order (starting from the head of the guitar) is green, red, yellow, blue, orange. ...
The plastic on the back half of the neck is supposed to sandwich the circuit board to stop it bending. Despite this, i found that if you press ...
Replace the rear half of the neck, ensuring that the ribbon cable doesn't get trapped between the screw posts. If it does you could damage the wires inside. ...
Reattach the neck to the guitar, and test it to make sure everything works. If the movement is too restricted, use thinner tape. If you want to reduce ...
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