Games publisher Activision has teamed up with Logitech to develop and market premium instrument controllers for the latest instalment of Guitar Hero.
Guitar Hero World Tour ships this autumn for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 2 and 3 and Nintendo Wii.
Logitech said that it plans to offer premium instruments for each of the platforms, the first of which will be available later this year.
Logitech's products will be compatible with Guitar Hero World Tour's advanced feature set, allowing players to elevate Guitar Hero jam sessions to fully-fledged rock concerts.
"Logitech is the leading producer of peripheral devices and is widely considered to be the gold standard for innovation and quality products," said Charles Huang, vice president of business development at Guitar Hero developer RedOctane.
"With Logitech, we know we have found the right partner to deliver top-quality premium hardware that consumers have come to expect from Guitar Hero."
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