Over the past three years I've been fortunate to have been in a VERY stable and regularly gigging covers band (classic soul and rock, funk, and more than a bit of disco). We've had no lineup changes at all until this spring, when after the COVID lockdown year our guitarist decided to step away. No issues at all; he's a great guy and has filled in this summer for us on occasion. So we added the new guitarist in April, and it it's taken until now (October ) for me to feel like we're getting back to where we were. But I just learned the keyboardist is likely stepping away after our NYE 2021 gig, and I'm down. It feels like I/we are looking at another three months of running through the same old tunes with the new keyboardist before we're back up to speed. When your band replaces a significant player, how long do you expect it to take before the band feels up to full speed again (say a master song list of 60-80 tunes, mostly well known)? Thanks!