Just like what the title says. Is it a problem that we have 2 rhythem guitarists with little or no lead experience in a band? Genre is hard rock and heavy metal/screamo.

Being my first band, I (lead rhythem gutarist) am not conflicted with the idea of playing with guitarest better then me. At least in lead Will this eventually catch to us as far as marketing ourselves?
why dont one of you just play lead

so you have 2 guitars not three right?
nah, you guys can always switch off, much like the everly brothers.


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Yeah, just switch the lead roles when appropriate. If you don't feel up for it at the moment, technically speaking, then wait a while. You seem to be keeping your options and hopes up so keep your roles open as well. Their only titles anyway; lead, rythme.
no. You could come up with some pretty intricate rhythms with that kind of set up. Check out the Band EXTOL from norway, they have 2 rhythms ((some songs have some solos or leads, but most dont)) and they do some pretty cool stuff.
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2. Bang sticks on drums.

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Will this eventually catch to us as far as marketing ourselves?

Getting a bit ahead of yourself there.

I suggest learning lead before you become a hugely successful band.

Also, there's pretty much no rules in music. Do what you want.
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there is no problem with that, but this has nothing to do with metal.
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