#1
It is a very real possibility that I might get a part time job working at a nearby Potbelly (A chain of sandwich works) playing like a lounge musician. I'd just be off in a corner, soloing over some of my pre-recorded vamps, loops, and backing tracks from the internet. What I need are two speakers to act as outputs from a Digitech Gnx3 to fill a medium sized room. So since small PA speakers are pretty expensive, my question is: Can I use studio monitors (which are a little cheaper) to amplify my sound?
These studio monitors will have to be active/powered because the Gnx3 doesn’t supply power.
The monitors I would buy could only total $400 USD.

Is this a plausible idea?
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#3
But what I want is something portable to take with me to play through at this restaurant
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#5
For 400 you should be able to find a peavey passport small pa but really good for what you want to do. It all packs up like a suitcase very portable great for small gigs.
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