#1
i need some advice or something, because i'm not sure whats going on. I mean, our lead guitarist just quit, and the guy who was supposed to be our lead guiatrist before him started playing drums and he's not very good eyt, but i guess it just takes time. and now he wants to kick our rhythm guitarist because he isnt very good, just leaving him and me. What should we do? just write music together (me being bass and him on Guitar and Drums), or just find newer and better people who can actually write music?
#4
if you think the rhythmist has good talent, then its your current drummer with whom you have the problem with. keep him around, jam with him everynow and then, just to keep in touch, find another lead, and tell your rhythmist he can stay because you might get rid of the drummer. and when a new drummer finally comes your way, fire that drummers ass
#5
get ur drummer to play lead guitar like he was supposed to before and find a new drummer then you have a sweet lineup assuming that the drummer was a good guitarist
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#6
Tell Mr. Drummer how hypocritical it is of him to try to undermine a bandmate due to his skill level.
#7
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Tell Mr. Drummer how hypocritical it is of him to try to undermine a bandmate due to his skill level.


+1 as you TS said, the drummer isn't good yet either.
#9
A drummer I once had tried to tell the other guitarist he was in the wrong scale, so we all laughed hysterically and he left of his own accord.
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