Our band is an oldies rock n roll band that has established ourselves and everything is on the up and up. Now our current lead guitarist is raw but played with more feel and tried to stay true to the song. We decided to bring in an experienced lead and he's awesome and really added something to our lead parts but we didn't feel like a band. His first gig with us this last weekend went well but it seems more like a gun for hire. he's older and i think took away from our mojo, if that makes sense. Now we are debating whether to keep him our not. He's been wanting to pay with us because in our location no one plays what we play so we have the niche. W play oldies but our lead singers are both young, male and female, and that s what gets the attention is there youth. We felt like every other band I've seen with the new guy. It was my idea to bring him in since I've played with before at church but this is a while different thing. He easily is the best musician if he stays and can teach us from his experience and music degree but without him i think we were a little more real and raw. We don't have a problem getting gigs...we are booked all the way through August and we are playing a big community festival and im not sure what we should do. Any suggestions as to how to evaluate the situation?