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Old 04-11-2021, 03:43 PM   #1
KarlW
Reptiles and Bass Guitar

Hi, everyone!
So, I currently live with my parents, and I have some reptiles in my room (specifically, a pair of emerald tree skinks, a gargoyle gecko, a ball python, and a Kenyan sand boa). I'd like to start playing bass again, as I used to do so a couple years ago before falling out of practice. I would do so in the same room the reptiles are in. Would this be harmful to them, either physically or mentally? It's not very loud; it's a similar volume to someone speaking slightly louder than normal.
Thanks!
 
 

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