- Compatible with Guitar Hero World Tour and Guitar Hero 5 guitars for X360 and PS3 only
Guitar Hero: Van Halen Guitar Faceplate for X360 and PS3 Description
Reviews By Houseman : Date December 28, 2009
After a while, we finaly figured out how to get the faceplate on the guitar. You need to remove the neck of the guitar, and then it is easy.
It looks very authentic. I recommend this, especially at this price. It adds to the totally sensational experience of playing Guitar Hero VH. And it looks great while not playing too.
Reviews By Michael Kerner : Date January 5, 2010
When it has come down to Guitar Hero: Van Halen, it honestly isn’t a very strong game. But, that doesn’t honestly mean there isn’t something for everyone for a enduring Van Halen fan. There are those who just a simple way to show it. This faceplate for the hard core Van Halen fan is great for the Guitar Hero guitar controller for the Nintendo Wii. It is easy to fit on and is fun to jam with. If you’re a hard core fan of Guitar Hero, I absolutely recommend it if you want a way to say either Jump!!, the way David Lee Roth used to, or just a hard core fan of rocking out loud.
Reviews By Donald Ray Price Jr. : Date February 26, 2010
Ok, so it ain’t a replica “Frankenstein” EVH guitar – and who can afford one anyway, what with the $15,000.00 + pricetag. What this faceplate is though is the next best thing for Van Halen fans who dig the whole Guitar Hero series. In just a few seconds this faceplate transforms your tired looking Guitar Hero controller into Eddie Van Halen’s infamous “Frankenstein”. What’s it do for your game playing abilities you ask? The same thing a new pair of shoes did for you when you were a nine year old kid – you can run faster, jump higher and look way better than any of your other friends. And after all, it’s not about whether you win or lose, it’s how good you looked!
This faceplate looks incredible. It looks a lot like Eddie’s most famous guitar, with scratches, dings and all. The stripes are pretty close as is the placement of the “squiggles”. The look is right, all the way down to the half-pickguard and the screw holes for the missing half.