#1
I want to bring my Bad Monkey to test out some amps... do they let you bring in your own or do you have to use theirs?
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#2
Yes. Although I'm pretty sure you have to sign in any gear you bring.

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#3
It should be fine if you brought your own. Just ask a floor guy if it's alright to use your own. They probably won't care. They just want to sell the amp.
#5
Quote by stradivari310
Yes. Although I'm pretty sure you have to sign in any gear you bring.

k thanks. what exactly would i say?

(sorry for being a n00b)
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#6
Quote by Guitarfanatic93
k thanks. what exactly would i say?

(sorry for being a n00b)



Just tell them "hey, i want to know what this amp sounds like with my pedal, it alright if i give it a whirl?"
#7
When you walk in just explain what you wanna do.
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#8
Quote by stradivari310
Yes. Although I'm pretty sure you have to sign in any gear you bring.

you sir are correct.
if you bring any gear you do have to sign it in w/ the serial number and the brand, model, etc.
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#9
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Just tell them "hey, i want to know what this amp sounds like with my pedal, it alright if i give it a whirl?"

haha alright, sounds easy enough.
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