El Lobo Posted June 3, 2016 Share Posted June 3, 2016 If you've made your feelings clear and the guitarist continues to behave in a fashion that is unacceptable to you, then I agree with the others, it's time to find a new work environment. Well and clearly said. I feel like there's some missing info here. Why would the guitarist insist on placing an amp in exactly the place you don't want him to, even after you've made it clear what your feelings are and you've even stood in the spot to keep him from putting the amp there, then he puts it there as soon as you leave the spot? It certainly sounds like a control issue as well as clearly disrespecting your concerns. If you can't talk about it with him and find a solution, then I'd agree with others time to leave. If he can't work well with others and you can't enjoy playing music, what's the point? He needs to be told (and others need to be told) that he can't be worked with. Move on. There are better bands and better players that want to play with you. These are only my opinions, not supported by any actual knowledge, experience, or expertise. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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