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Band Turmoil

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by pelvicfury, Jul 1, 2002.

  1. Last Thursday my guitar player quit our band. I don't know what to do now. He was mainly a rythm player with the occasional lead. We still have our other guitarist, but I don't know if we can cut it with one guitar. Do we search for a new guitarist or become a power trio? Being a three piece might mean makeing sacrifices. Any advice?? If anyone knows a good old school metal guitarist looking for a band, let me know...
  2. what part of pa?
  3. Ryan L.

    Ryan L. Moderator Staff Member Supporting Member

    Aug 7, 2000
    West Fargo, ND
    Wrong forum.

  4. Woodchuck


    Apr 21, 2000
    Atlanta (Grant Park!)
    Gallien Krueger for the last 12 years!
    One of my bands was forced to become a trio, and the musicality skyrocketed! We became an awesome band, and I really grew as a musician.
  5. kaboom133


    Oct 19, 2001
    Latrobe PA
    yeah, where in PA?
  6. Christopher


    Apr 28, 2000
    New York, NY
    I'd see this as a positive thing. There's more room for you and your remaining mates to flash your chops.
  7. rllefebv


    Oct 17, 2000
    Newberg, Oregon
    I had the same type of experience as Woodchuck... Was in a four piece blues band when the keyboard player decided he was tired of gigging. After some trepidation about moving forward as a trio, we went for it and became a much tighter band. Much more room for me as a bassist... Unfortunately, that band broke up after 5+ years...