hello. i've heard this story before kinda. here we go. i just recently joined a "remnant" band of the previous band they were in. I am their promoter/producer and so ive known them for a while. and i know their personalities. i origanally didn't really want to do this. I was kinda forced. The guitarard seems to think he's the best singer and guitarist the world's EVER seen. I will admit he's good, but his vocals are..... well, decent. I have gotten commented before and most everyone wants me to be lead singer. everytime we practice or get together, i ALWAYS get to hear about how "beginner" i am or how much i need to "learn" and all this and that. I'm not the best, but i've worked very hard and i know that i can play with most people. and i'm tired of it. and i know this statement will touch some waters, BUT he wants me to "use a pick to learn it since i suck" honestly, i just about NEVER use picks and i don't like the sound of playing with a pick usually. he also wants me to get a pedal to distortion my bass. so, in a burst, i said " if i wanted to be a guitarist, i would've started along time ago" (refering to the pick and distortion thing) anyways, i'm already fed up with it. What should i do? and some more background, the drummer is my best friend, and He and I were "recruited" to this band. The rhythm guitarist is a good friend, but we don't hang all the time. the lead gui****/vocalist is a friend, but he gets on my nerves. he's one of those guys who doesn't bend his decision. The old rhythm guitarist QUIT becuase the lead guitarist didn't want to change HIS song to rock like the rhythm guy did. The lead guitarist experimented with it and the song was a hit as a rock version. He still fumes over that. ???!?!?!?!?!??!?!?!?! help!?!?!?!!?