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- Currently the only North American reseller of Raphnet-tech adapters, imported from Japan and offering both V3 Wii & PSX adapters as of August 2021. In addition to Clone Hero, Josh’s customers have also used Raphnet adapters for Dance Dance Revolution, Classic NES, N64 Emulators and even communityware like MiSTer! You can also find the link for PFV under the Resellers section for each of the aforementioned adapters product page, on the Raphnet-tech website.
- Installation of aftermarket mechanical fretboard modifications, using the excellent GH-xx line of products from HobbyCNC! *made-to-order, boards ordered on demand from HobbyCNC depending on the guitar!
- PREMIUM, meticulously tested and cleaned Guitar Hero controllers, often with a mechanical fretboard from HobbyCNC installed and even new strum switches if the need arises! Specializes in finding guitars that are in the original box, but also has more affordable inventory on hand at all times! Prices range from $60-$250 dependent on quality alone. 🙂
Custom Guitar Hero Fret Buttons (United Kingdom)
I am Liam/Obscureaausage from SausageMods on Etsy and I make high quality, highly customisable epoxy resin fret buttons for Guitar Hero controllers!
These epoxy resin frets can be any colour you wish, in different styles of colour using different methods of colouring the resin.
These frets can also be reduced to fit modded guitars that hold mechanical switches and are a good alternative to having to modify your own stock buttons.
Many people have been using my frets for a while now and absolutely love them! This is reflected in my highly rated Etsy store with testimonials from many people across the globe who love the look and feel of their new SausageMods frets!
Visit my Etsy store to find out what sort of frets you can get that are hand made to order just for you, some can even get lettering in the top of the frets!