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cnev wrote:..... but how do you think your head is going to hold up with the drums etc? I would imagine you'll be in a relatively small room and unless they are playing some really mellow tunes and the drummer is using brushes might get uncomfortable. Bring some good earplugs.
There's a chance they have doubts about the new guitarist. Bring your gear, but leave it in the car. That way you're covered under any of the three scenarios that are most likely:
1. the bass player wants some feedback about the band, and after the rehearsal you'll have a beer or two and he'll get your opinion
2. he's curious about your progress and wants to jam a bit after the rehearsal
3. they're thinking a member might have to go, and you'll audition after the rehearsal is over.
rparker wrote:It will be murder on my head, even with good ear plugs. I will pay a hefty price for this. I only do something this stupid once every few months. It's more for my sanity than anything else. One night of major-league Migraine is a small price to pay for sanity. I would not want to do something like this 2-3 times a week, but once in a while, just to feel normal, it's all worth it.
Chris C wrote:The elephant in the room though seems to be that you wouldn't be able to accept an invitation to join a regular band even if they were interested and some sort of audition thing happened.
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