I have been playing in a cover band that plays Blues Rock Country.
We have finally been able to start booking several gigs and things are taking off.
However I just got the opportunity to play with a well established cover band:
The manager wants to start doing original material in the vein of Nashville pop country(Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert, Kenny Chesney Etc.) which is something I am not entirely fond of.

Pros: Consistent 2+ gigs every week for the rest of the year
Future opportunities to make $$$ playing music.
Chance to experience playing with a professional band with high-end stage Equipment
Cons: I will no longer get to play SRV and Van Halen or some of the chop-oriented songs
Won't have any control over the songs we play.
Will have to be creative towards a type a music I am not entirely fond of.

What Would You Do?
MARTY FRIEDMAN--"It’s a lot easier to be technical than it is stylized; it really is... But I think it’s a lot more rare to have someone who’s really got their own sound because that’s something you can’t practice."
If you can live with yourself for doing it and it pays well, do it. If you know you're going to regret it in the future, I wouldn't.
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Both. Or let the other band go but see if you can regularly stand in.

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