Guitar Hero bling: Logitech's US$250 guitar accessory

Guitar is fully licensed by Activision for use with the PS3 and PS2.

If you absolutely have to own everything related to Guitar Hero, then Logitech's US$250 premier edition guitar for Guitar Hero: World Tour could be for you.

The premium accessory, announced Thursday via an Activision press release, won't make anyone a better guitar player by any stretch of the imagination, but it will include metal frets and metal tuning peg handles, a rosewood fingerboard and wood neck, and "rubber dome" technology in the buttons to eliminate noise.

The guitar is fully licensed by Activision for use with the PS3 and PS2 (sorry, everyone else), meaning it will feature a new touch-sensitive neck slider that graces the simpler, all plastic, GH:WT guitars.

This premium piece of Guitar Hero lore is available in December for $250.

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