I play in a fairly new cover band, we've been together for about 5 months and it put together about 2 good sets. We have a rhythm guitarist and lead singer, lead guitarist, me and the drummer. In about 50% of our songs the guys are playing their acoustics. We are doing very well and after our first gig this week, people were saying we sounded really professional, so it is going good. Some of our songs are: Redemption Song - Marley New Slang - The Shins Off He Goes - Pearl Jam Little Lion Man - Mumford Sultan of Swing - Dire Straits Folsom Prison - Cash Say It Ain't So - Weezer Close to the Sun - Slightly Stoopid Smoke Another Joint -Petty Sorrow - Bad Religion Can' You See - Marshall Tucker Band Two Step - Dave Matthews China Grove - Doobies This girl was invited to our practice on Tuesday and was great. She really wants to join the band. I liked her more in some songs than others and although fun, I'm just not sure. The 2 guitarists want her, the drummer and I dont. Am I off in thinking that it's just not a good long-term match for the band? Also we need to put together four full sets. I feel like she might be a more viable option once we get all the sets together but even then we would have to tailor a set list or put together specific songs just for her. Plus I'm not so sure about adding a female to the mix with four guys. I can certainly act professional, but we are all friends and I don't want to have to feel limited in that I can't talk about certain things or make stupid man jokes. What do you guys think? Is this something worth making happen? Or should we just stick to the four?