Hi guys, need your thoughts on something. A recently joined a new band, great guys, fun material ect. Essentially, this is 2 bands wrapped into one, as 2 of the guys have an acoustic side project. The two both play acoustic guitar, and great harmony vocals. Anyway, earlier this week, they decided they would like me to join them in the acoustic side of it. We got together Tuesday to go over some stuff for a couple hours, and only then did I get the set list. There are 34 songs total to learn, only a couple of which I am familiar with, and have gone through at one point. A lot of the rest is classic stuff I have heard, but never listened to enough to be familiar with the arrangements. I am good at playing by ear, and can fake it through reasonably just going with the feel, but I feel uncomfortable doing this. I don't want to be unprepared, and potentially sacrifice the overall sound. Of the 34 songs, there are about 10-12 I am good to go on now.....if I can't sing the song in my head from start to finish, I obviously am not going to be able to predict every change with accuracy. There are about 10 I haven't got to listen to at all, 34 songs is a lot to ask on dialup.....I had most all already, until my windows prog crashed last night, and had to start over on my womans computer. So I ask this from a pro standpoint: There is a 3 set gig tomorrow I was asked to do with them, I haven't totally given them an answer yet, due to not knowing how far I will have come along on the material before then. They can obviously pull it off without me, as that is how they have been doing it all along. Should I go for it and do my best, or decline until I am further prepared.....I am trying my hardest to be ready.