Hear what more experienced and hansome bassists have too say. So I'm sitting at home, playing my new upright. The phone rings, it's one of my guitarists. He says "hey dude, as you know we are getting back together". He said that because one of the guitarists and the drummer where going too quit, I was the one who put it back together. "As you know, we are really going too be redifining our sound and jamming things really really simple, finding our direction. We've had a band vote and we've decided it's going too just be me, nathan (other guitarist) and Jaran (drummer). Your a really sick bassist and a great kid, and we'll need a bassist eventually. So this might just be a vacation for you, but I can't gurantee anything." He then said goodbye and hung up. Ok So I have just him struck dumb. I went through hell too get into the band, and once I was in, i was dedicated as the place i went too get their. It was totally unexpected. At our one and only show so far, everyone talked about the amazing bassist in the band. (me!!) I also was able too get us booked at 3 other gigs without needing a recording. I made it too every practice early, and played until everyone left. I siriously am in awe of how they could do that. Yes, they did start the band. Does that mean that I don't have any power or control over it? Just because I'm new I don't matter? I should at the least be told I have a spot back in the band. I deserve at least that. I also should be aloud too voice my opinion on how I want it too go. I am not bandless, I have a fun psychabilly band, but I really really liked this one and I belive I deserve too get my say herd. This is also only a highschool band.