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  • #61
    Originally posted by Red Ant View Post

    I've never been to one, either as a participant or spectator. There is very little that instantly makes me want to leave more than the sight of a guy or girl with an acoustic guitar.
    And, in a buoyant reciprocity, nothing sends me quicker than music that needs a drummer to validate itself.
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    • #62
      I'd rather listen to a DJ than the insufferable crap you have to endure on most open mic nights.
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      • #63
        Personally, unless it's in the hands of a professional, as soon as a I see a horn of any kind I usually leave.


        • #64
          I like the idea of an open mic to meet new people and have fun. I'm not enough of a pro to pull much off though. Maybe a bit of blues lead or 4 chord rock. But as long as it's fun.
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