|Mad Catz’ highly coveted Wireless Fender Wooden Stratocaster Replica is the guitar to own for any Rock Band enthusiast who wants to rock in style with unparalleled performance plus the added freedom of wireless connectivity. This is no cheap plastic toy, wood from the same stock as a real Fender guitar is what this axe is made of. The high gloss paint finish will make your guitar shine and will be the envy of all your friends. The premium-quality strum bar and fret buttons ensure every note will be delivered on time and with the highest level of durability available on any Rock Band guitar. An official Fender strap completes the look and ensures your axe will look as good as the real thing on and off stage.|
Rock Band Wireless Fender Wooden8/26/2011
I bought two of these when they went on sale, and they are filled with some seriously strong components. Over time I've used the standard Gh guitars, and liked neither the clicking, nor the size and buttons. I switched to the RB pack-in and killed it off within two months, all the while feeling the strum-bar get sloppy and the whammy bar do the same as time went on. I then picked up the Mad Catz wired P Bass, (The wireless wasn't out yet). It lasted for 3 months, and then I went to a wireless P Bass which lasted 4 months. Following that I bought the Wooden Fender and have had it for 18+ months with no signs of wear even now. Even now there's no trace of a problem with the strum bar, the whammy bar, or the fret buttons. An added bonus is since I'm already used to using a full size and weight controller, it made the transition to the Pro Strat easier. This is an expensive controller if you don't pick it up on sale. But if you get one at the right price, it's a much better bargain than anything plastic out there. And it's drop dead gorgeous in either color. Buy it and you won't regret it. As a side note some people complain about getting a fret button that's sticky. If this happens the button wasn't lubed right at the factory. It's and easy fix. Just use a q-tip and either silicone grease or petroleum jelly. That will take care of them problem. I lubed one button on mine and have never had to do it again.