Introduction: Duct Tape Guitar Hero Faceplate
This Instructable is going to tell you how to make an awesome looking faceplate for guitar hero 3, using duct tape. If you want to keep your original faceplate, than you will have to buy a new one to put duct tape on.
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Step 1: Materials
Guitar Hero Les Paul Controller (Any Console)
Exacto Knife (Optional)
Step 2: Taking Off the Neck
Now you will want to take off the neck. To do so, pull the lock, and slide the neck out.
Step 3: Removing the Faceplate
Now take off the faceplate. Open the lock, and pull off the the rest of it.
Step 4: Duct Tape
Whip out your duct tape and start taping. Just roll out strips as long as the guitar, and lay them down, so when finished, the whole front will be covered in tape.
Step 5: Finishing Touches
Now cut out where the holes are in the original faceplate, and and about half an inch in from the side, where the neck covers over it. (See Picture) It might be easier to use an exacto knife, but I just cut it with one blade of the scissors, and then peeled it off.
Step 6: Shred!
Put all your pieces back together, (Don't worry if you have to struggle a bit to get the neck back on.) and play some Guitar Hero!