The battle of the gaming bands is upon us. While Guitar Hero is pounding groupies backstage, biting the the bat's head off the rhythm-action genre, a cocky young upstart has emerged, threatening to topple the veteran rocker from its perch of poodle-haired posturing.

When Guitar Hero III hits later this year, it'll be shredding straight into the path of EA's upcoming Rock Band (well, we hope) - created, of course, by original GH developer Harmonix.

For all you axe-wielding maniacs out there, here's your chance to quiz publisher RedOctane's boss Kai Huang about all things Guitar Hero. Got a question about musical direction? The online modes? New formats? New instruments? Whether he wants to smash a plastic guitar over Harmonix's head? Now's your chance.

We'll be duelling geetars with Huang this Thursday at Games Convention. And all you have to do to submit a question is sign up to the Eurogamer TV Show: You Ask, We Get Group on Eurogamers, and post it on there.

We'll select the best, tattoo them onto our arms Peter Moore-style, and shout them in Huang's face on Thursday, while imagining we're Slash, fret-wanking outside the church in the November Rain video. And then you might just see your name in the rock'n'roll hall of fame on a forthcoming episode of The EGTV Show.

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