Guitar Hero Live - Standalone Guitar Controller on Xbox One

By: Activision | Platform: Xbox One | Rating: PEGI-7

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Price: £19.99

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Product description

Standalone Guitar Controller for Guitar Hero Live (Requires game)

THE GUITAR CONTROLLER

Easier to play, harder to master

The guitar controller was redesigned for the best gameplay across all skill levels. The new 2x3 button layout makes it easier to play with only three buttons, or, on veteran, it starts to mirror what it’s like to play chord shapes with all six buttons, making the game easier for beginners and harder for experts.

New Controller Features

  • More real than ever
  • The guitar controller has been updated to reflect the new style and realism of Guitar Hero Live.
  • All new button layout
  • The new 2x3 button layout creates the feeling of switching between strings and provides an enhanced experience when playing chords.
  • Classic strum bar
  • Why mess with perfection? The strum bar you know and love is back in all its glory.
  • Next level Hero Powers
  • Use the guitar’s tilt sensor or the new Hero Power button to activate one of the many newly available Hero powers.
  • Return of the whammy
  • The classic whammy bar makes a triumphant return, to help you show off your flair.
  • Direct access to GHTV
  • The GHTV button lets you jump straight into GHTV from anywhere in the game.


The all-new Guitar Hero. One game. Two ways to play.
GH Live, where you can rock real crowds with real reactions and GHTV, a continuous broadcast of playable music videos, with a library of hundreds of videos across multiple genres, there's something for everyone. Make sure you’re one of the first to rock out.

Play along with artists such as The Black Keys, Fall Out Boy, My Chemical Romance, Gary Clark, Jr., Green Day, Ed Sheeran, The War on Drugs, The Killers, Skrillex, The Rolling Stones, The Lumineers, Carrie Underwood, Pierce the Veil and Blitz Kids, with many more bands to be announced in the coming months.

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