#1
I get the point in combos and separate head/cab setups, but what are the advantages to a mini stack? Is it just kind of an in between area?

Thanks
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ESP LTD EC-1000 Vintage Black - Orange Tiny Terror Combo

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#2
I think they are just for looks...don't get any hi-end mini stacks I think
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#3
I has a mini half stack.



You cant say it isnt adorable,

Plus its a little more versatile, i plan on keeping the 1x12 and getting a 2x12 for it with some different speakers.
#4
Are you talking about junky Marshall MG mini stacks? Because, those are pretty much useless. Suburban moms love them, thats about it.

On the other hand, if you're referring to a head+112 or 212 cab, its an excellent setup. You get to switch around different combinations, they are a lot easier to transport, and can sound fantastic.
#5
Lol, Iv'e just "got" your question...just realised I myself have a mini stack. A Windsor head and a 2x12 speaker... I guess they just allow more versatility and a smaller speaker cabinet is easier to transport
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#6
If its a good head it's a good thing to get instead of a combo because you can switch cabs if you want...
if its like the mg ministack like said... pointless posery!
#7
Beacuse a Tiny Terror can sound very, very different through a Full stack of 8 speakers, vs the 1 V30 that you usually hear. Its all about performance/recording options.

And it looks BA
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