Stage Devil Wireless Guitar
For Rock Band® and Guitar Hero® on PC, PlayStation® 2 and 3
The SPEEDLINK guitar is completely wireless and compatible with the popular games Rock Band® and Guitar Hero® and can be connected to a computer as well as to the PlayStation®2 and 3.
The 2.4GHz wireless technology allows delay-free wireless transfer of commands with a range of up to 10 metres. The Stage Devil Wireless Guitar is equipped with all the standard keys of a gamepad.
The controller registers the way the guitar is held because playing it vertically gives in certain gaming situations extra style bonuses. Other spectacular moves whilst rocking are left to the player's creativity. The guitar strap is height adjustable and exchangeable.
Thanks to the intelligent layout of the buttons the guitar is suitable for left or right handed use.
The Stage Devil Wireless Guitar will available as from February 2009. The recommended selling price is 59.99 €.
- Playable on three systems: PC, PS®2 and PS®3
- Developed for Rock Band® and Guitar Hero®
- Delay-free thanks to 2.4GHz wireless technology
- Wireless gaming enjoyment from up to 10 metres away
- All standard gamepad buttons available
- Exchangeable, height adjustable guitar strap
- Suitable for left or right handed use
Jöllenbeck GmbH is one of Europe's leading manufacturers of office and entertainment peripherals. Since its formation, Jöllenbeck has positioned itself very successfully in the PC, video gaming console and handheld accessories market. The product portfolio of its own brand SPEEDLINK includes sound systems, headsets, mice, mouse mats, keyboards, gamepads joysticks and various other accessories. SPEEDLINK products impress with their novel technology combined with design excellence and outstanding functionality. Jöllenbeck can be found with SPEEDLINK in more than 30 countries throughout the world.
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