#1
Why do bands have only their cabs in their music videos ?? I see it more and more, especially in all the newer videos...

Why have bands started doing this ?? cos they still have the cab logos so I don't see how it would be a ''advertising'' problem... ??
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#4
Because you don't need heads. They don't even make any sound lolol
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#5
Because a stack is what most non-musicians would call a "real amp". Put a Mesa Mark V combo next to an MG halfstack and ask someone who doesn't play guitar which one looks more expensive and more "professional", they'll pick the stack almost every time.

It's for show, basically.

EDIT: Oops, sorry, I thought you meant why do they only show halfstacks. Honestly, I don't know why they won't show the heads.
Last edited by phlip999 at Sep 6, 2010,
#6
What is it with cool stories, bro?

Seriously though who cares, stop watching crapping generic rock music videos and you won't have this problem
#7
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#8
Ah ok thought there was some logical answer ^^ obviously not...
Gibson Les Paul Std HB
Fender MIM telecaster MW
Epiphone ZW Les Paul
Orange Rockerverb 100
Orange 4x12
MXR ZW-44
Dunlop Crybaby
Line 6 Relay G30

www.myspace.com/arovidia

Quote by Will Swanson
Pull your scrotum out, and smear it over your walls.
#11
Quote by krook205
Maybe stop listening to Nickelback if you don't want cabs in music videos.

Fixed.
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