Red Hot Chili Peppers Didn’t Perform Live At The Super Bowl Halftime Show

Mon, February 3, 2014 3:15pm EDT by 14 Comments
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Elsa Frozen

Posted at 2:39 PM on May 30, 2014  

There’s this wonderful thing called WIRELESS GUITARS. It’s a new thing… But it exists

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devin martin

Posted at 12:24 PM on February 6, 2014  

Besides, “children” now-a-days, don’t even know who the Red Hot Chili Peppers are.

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larajon (@larajonn)

Posted at 9:34 AM on February 4, 2014  

just before I looked at the bank draft that said $5308, I didn’t believe …that…my mother in law was like realey receiving money parttime from there new laptop.. there sisters roommate started doing this 4 only eighteen months and at present paid for the mortgage on their cottage and bought a top of the range Jaguar XJ. why not try this out

>>>>>> C­H­E­C­K­4­­4.­­ℭ­­Oℳ

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anthony

Posted at 8:36 AM on February 4, 2014  

Wasn’t the band promising an “Equipment Malfunction” which everyone was taking to be Janet Jackson-esque? Maybe this was it.

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amber

Posted at 10:38 PM on February 3, 2014  

I think props still due… nobody really knows the story behind the situation( built in; unplugged; fake; real; too high!)

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Cheryl Wilson

Posted at 5:43 PM on February 3, 2014  

Bruno Mars’ performance wasn’t live either. The horn players were just waving their horns around and not playing them…

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supsup

Posted at 5:28 PM on February 3, 2014  

People…it’s an output jack, not an input ;)

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rick

Posted at 4:03 PM on February 3, 2014  

Could be a custom built in wireless system.

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MArk Jackson

Posted at 7:45 PM on February 3, 2014  

In that case why install an output jack ? He was faking the funk and got caught.

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rick

Posted at 8:06 PM on February 3, 2014  

Read LanceLange’s comment below. or google.

 
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Jay

Posted at 8:22 PM on February 3, 2014  

Some get hard ons over old school amps. Or you can still give the player the option of both worlds by including a output jack.

 
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Margaret Anderson

Posted at 3:25 PM on February 3, 2014  

they make wireless systems.

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adsf

Posted at 3:40 PM on February 3, 2014  

You still need a short cable to go from the instrument to the transmitter pack. Even if they were using wireless, you’d still see it.

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lancelange

Posted at 5:07 PM on February 3, 2014  

I actually almost purchased a guitar a long time ago that had wireless built-in. Nothing to plug in, but it also had the standard 1/4″ jack. Chances are, this is not the case here though.

 
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