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Guitar Hero rocks, but it really needs some lights to liven up the virtual shredding. What to do? Cram in some LEDs!
Getting the two pieces off the back of the guitar is just a matter of taking off the 16 screws. There's one piece for the neck and one ...
Undo the two little screws that hold the small board that has the real buttons on it. You should now be able to easily remove the five colored ...
We needed some translucent and tinted buttons that were the same size and shape as the original buttons. I was going to build the buttons with layers of ...
Now we need to put some holes in the new buttons that the LEDs can go into. Check the height of the LED and you'll know how deep ...
Insert the LEDs of your choice. We used 5mm white LEDs. A dab of glue and the LEDs stay put.
The legs became the contact points and as such we needed to bend them into a very rough circular shape that would then be making contact for the ...
On the circuit board we put on some copper tape that would become the contact pads for the LEDs. We put down two here, but in the end ...
All of these LEDs are to be run in parallel. These are run off of a simple coin battery of the type that come in the keychain LED ...
After testing out the original wiring plan we ran into the problem of there being too many points of failure. We were requiring that both legs of the ...
Put all the pieces back in their places, screw in the neck piece, and play. You'll want to hold off on putting the back of the body back ...
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