Hey guys. I'm a senior at high school, and I am helping some guys out with a song for a talent show coming up at school because they needed a bassist and i'm the only one in the high school. I joined them for practice yesterday during lunch and the gui**** asked me: "Hey, are you planning on wrecking your instrument at the end of the song? I'm going to wreck my guitar and the drummer is going to kick over his drums!" At that point, I told him that I thought that was stupid, and if you're going to wreck your guitar you might as well give it to me or somebody else that wants to learn how to play an instrument but doesn't have or can't get a guitar or someone that's passionate about playing but doesn't have a good instrument. I told him that he shouldn't do it. He says he's still going to do it "because I want to be an ******* like that" Easy for him I guess, especially when your dad is buying all your gear for you. So, I'm wondering what some of you guys would do? I'm thinking of playing along, and acting like i'm OK with them doing what they're going to do, but then on the night of the talent show, stop playing bass midway through the song (or before we play), maybe make an announcement saying that i'm leaving because they want to wreck instruments and I don't support that (not insulting them or anything) and walk off. I might just leave the whole thing together and have them find another bass player, but I really don't want to see this happen. This really angers me because i'm not the richest dude by far, and I had to work hard to get my first real bass, and even then it's not the best bass out there (MIM jazz). However, I am proud of my hard work and the last thing I would ever do is wreck my instrument, or anyone else's. What would you guys do?