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Either written parts should be presented or payment made for your time transcribing and/or learning.

Anything else is not professional IMO
Unless the gig is as it sounds to me. Listen to the songs and learn where to fill the holes.
 

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That's what rehearsals are for. Better yet, paid rehearsals. I agree with that. But, "listen to these tunes" should not be extra pay on top of what you're already making. Unless, yes, there is a serious amount of lifting that is required for the gig.

How do you know if you even want to play the gig if you haven't listened to the persons tunes?
 
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