Our line-up is 2 bassists, 2 guitarists, a drummer and a singer/keyboard, all 17-18 yrsld. (I play both bass+guitar, guitar though only for about 5 months) We're not really a band, we've 'jammed' a few times, if you can call it that. But anyway, at our school they're doing this talent show and I was going to sign up and the 'band' agreed to play Vegemite by King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard with me for our Aussie pride (really just for the funnys). So sign ups open and they drop me like a hot box of rocks. I was pretty annoyed but no use crying over spilled milk. Now the crux on my contention. About a week later they reveal that now they're going to play Hysteria by Muse for the other bassist in the band without telling me, despite the fact they agreed to mine a month prior. Now I was pissed. I didn't verbally tell them but I think they got the message from my attitude towards them after the fact. Fast-forward to yesterday, and they're complaining on the group chat that the guitarist isn't practicing the song, I jump in and offer to play the guitar part and we discussed it a little. I'm happy that I'm on a project since I need experience in band dynamic. But I still fester on getting dropped the first time and that throws me off a little. I'm also worried about the others commitment to the project as no-one really seems to be practicing and I didn't come to waste time. [I think a lot of my annoyance comes from the other bassist being vastly inferior to myself. 14 months of noodling compared to 5.5 years of consistent practice and lessons.] Am I wrong to feel like this? TLDR My band ditched me but I'm back on but I might get ditched again This was mainly just ranted about poor bandmates but I thank anyone who has bothered to read.