Guitar player got a new head a few weeks back. 100 watt Marshall tube head. He left it at the rehearsal spot (drummer's basement) since the day he got it. After our first practice with this new head drummer offered guitar player a moving blanket to cover up the amp when not in use. Guitar player refused the blanket. So last night as we're finishing rehearsal, guitar player picks up his beer off of his new head and notices a small ding in the tolex. He goes apeshiz, accuses me and the drummer of intentionally damaging his amp, and sabotaging the band. We tell him to piss off, and he loads up his gear (two trips) all while mumbling under his breath. After he leaves me, drummer, and singer talk about what a crybaby this guy is, and it's probably time to fire him. About 5 minutes go by and drummer gets a text. It's guitar player informing us that he's quitting. We all had a good laugh. I immediately walked over to the dry erase board and erased all the old, tried classic rock songs we're sick of playing. Within 5 minutes we had a new set list, mostly consisting of songs we wanted to cover but guitar player refused. This band had become somewhat of a chore for me, but now I'm looking at it with renewed vigor and passion. Drummer and singer feel the same way. We're all really excited to work on the new setlist and find a new guitarist.