Strike a Chord

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This article is about the microgame in WarioWare: Twisted! and WarioWare Gold originally known as "Guitar Solo". For the minigame in Mario Party: Island Tour with "Strike a Chord" as its British English name, see Xylophone Home.
Strike a Chord
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WarioWare: Twisted!
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WarioWare Gold
Appears in WarioWare: Twisted!
WarioWare Gold
Type Orbulon (Twisted!)
Penny (Gold)
Command Play!
Info "The neck is warped like 9-Volt's! Har har." (Twisted!)
"Practice makes perfect! Match your fingers to the notes and play a lovely melody on your violin. And remember, this is practice! If you make a mistake, just try again!" (Gold)
Controls Tilt motion control/Tilt motion control – Move hand
A Button/A Button – Draw bow
Points to clear 15

Strike a Chord (originally known as Guitar Solo) is one of Orbulon's microgames in WarioWare: Twisted! It returns in WarioWare Gold as one of Penny's microgames.


The game's purpose is to play the notes written on the guitar/violin. There are three kinds of notes: red, yellow, and blue, and three parts on the guitar/violin with the same colors as the notes. If the player plays the notes on the guitar/violin in the correct order, the game is won.

  • 1st level difficulty: There are three notes.
  • 2nd level difficulty: There are four or five notes.
  • 3rd level difficulty: There are five to eight notes.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese そったギター
Sotta Gitā
Warped Guitar (Twisted!)
Spanish (NOA) Nota a nota Note to note
French (NOE) Corde sensible Pun on "corde sensible" ("raw nerve") and "corde" (in this case, "string")