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post Jan 15 2008, 03:40 PM
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so it's $40 for a basic membership in the Megadeth fanclub, which would get me access to the meet and greet.

Now, the ONLY way this would be worth it for me is if Dave Mustaine would sign my DV8-R, one of his old signature guitars. Now that he's endorsed by Dean, would he sign an "old" ESP signature? Do they even let you bring guitars to these things?

Anyone have any prior experience with this or maybe tried to get a Jackson signed since he left Jackson?


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post Jan 15 2008, 03:43 PM
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QUOTE (Goliath @ Jan 15 2008, 02:40 PM) *
so it's $40 for a basic membership in the Megadeth fanclub, which would get me access to the meet and greet.

Now, the ONLY way this would be worth it for me is if Dave Mustaine would sign my DV8-R, one of his old signature guitars. Now that he's endorsed by Dean, would he sign an "old" ESP signature? Do they even let you bring guitars to these things?

Anyone have any prior experience with this or maybe tried to get a Jackson signed since he left Jackson?

I doubt you could get a guitar in mate unless it has a neck you can take from the body to get signed. I have been to one of these and got all the Megadeth albums signed and picture with them all. Some people had vinyls to sign and some had guitar necks but no body.

Basically because you'd have to get a guitar in a gig and keep it with you all the way through. The meet and greet is after show, not before.

He'd have no problem signing it though if you find a way to sneek it in. He even signed a Kill Em All book that somebody wanted signing biggrin.gif

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hosed, it's Neck-thru-body construction, but I suppose I could take off the pick guard and get it signed if I wanted....

Hmm, now it might be worth it.


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post Jan 15 2008, 06:51 PM
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Well with the meet and greet with Nightwish, the only one i have experienced, they did it before the show, and some guy brought in his ESP to have the band sign it, and he just took it back to the car after it was signed, then went back in.

Meet and Greets are usually before the show.
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post Jan 15 2008, 07:38 PM
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QUOTE (The Uncreator @ Jan 15 2008, 05:51 PM) *
Well with the meet and greet with Nightwish, the only one i have experienced, they did it before the show, and some guy brought in his ESP to have the band sign it, and he just took it back to the car after it was signed, then went back in.

Meet and Greets are usually before the show.

The Megadeth one is after as I have been to one and met them all and it was after show. Megadeth ones are never before


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Really?

Thats odd.
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post Jan 16 2008, 11:06 PM
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Well, my idea was shot to hell. The meet and greet is BEFORE the show and it's OK to bring guitars.

The downside, it's $275 USD. Don't get me wrong, having a Dave Mustaine Signature guitar bearing an actual Dave Mustaine signature would be awesome, but I don't think I'm willing to shell out the extra $225 for it as it's only the ltd version. The ESP version, maybe.

Here are details copied from the ticketmaster website for anyone else interested.

Megadeth Meet & Greet VIP Package
VIP Package Presale begins 1/16 (Detroit and New York start 1/17)
Offer available to the public beginning 1/19


Megadeth Meet and Greet VIP Package - US Tour 2008 ($275 USD / $280 CANADIAN)

One General Admission Standing Ticket or Reserved Seated ticket within the first 5 rows
Exclusive Pre-show Meet and Greet with members of Megadeth
Autograph session (includes 8X10 Megadeth photo)
Personal Photograph with the band
Official Megadeth Meet and Greet VIP Laminate
Set of Megadeth Guitar Picks
Exclusive Megadeth Bandana
*PLEASE NOTE:

This unique meet and greet experience is your opportunity to interact directly with Megadeth.

- This special meet and greet will begin before showtime.

- Meet and greet instructions will be emailed to each confirmed guest (1) week prior to show date.

- During the autograph session, guests are encouraged to bring Megadeth memorabilia for the band to sign (please limit up to 2 items per guest, guitars included).

- All tickets will be sent via regular mail.

- Official laminate, guitar picks, bandana and 8X10 photo will be distributed at the meet and greet session.


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post Jan 16 2008, 11:21 PM
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QUOTE (Goliath @ Jan 16 2008, 10:06 PM) *
Well, my idea was shot to hell. The meet and greet is BEFORE the show and it's OK to bring guitars.

The downside, it's $275 USD. Don't get me wrong, having a Dave Mustaine Signature guitar bearing an actual Dave Mustaine signature would be awesome, but I don't think I'm willing to shell out the extra $225 for it as it's only the ltd version. The ESP version, maybe.

Here are details copied from the ticketmaster website for anyone else interested.

Megadeth Meet & Greet VIP Package
VIP Package Presale begins 1/16 (Detroit and New York start 1/17)
Offer available to the public beginning 1/19
Megadeth Meet and Greet VIP Package - US Tour 2008 ($275 USD / $280 CANADIAN)

One General Admission Standing Ticket or Reserved Seated ticket within the first 5 rows
Exclusive Pre-show Meet and Greet with members of Megadeth
Autograph session (includes 8X10 Megadeth photo)
Personal Photograph with the band
Official Megadeth Meet and Greet VIP Laminate
Set of Megadeth Guitar Picks
Exclusive Megadeth Bandana
*PLEASE NOTE:

This unique meet and greet experience is your opportunity to interact directly with Megadeth.

- This special meet and greet will begin before showtime.

- Meet and greet instructions will be emailed to each confirmed guest (1) week prior to show date.

- During the autograph session, guests are encouraged to bring Megadeth memorabilia for the band to sign (please limit up to 2 items per guest, guitars included).

- All tickets will be sent via regular mail.

- Official laminate, guitar picks, bandana and 8X10 photo will be distributed at the meet and greet session.

Oh thats not the same thing as I did. I got one for free and it is after the show. The Gigantour ones are before the gig. You're best waiting for a none Gigantour gig where you are.


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