So I'll try to keep this brief and cohesive.... I'm kinda lost in my place as a musician. I mean, I think strumming is my greatest strength, and I also play some lead and am a mediocre singer. Master of none has left me without a spot to fill in a band setting, or just in general musically. I'm thinking of spending the next year or so focusing on advancing my rhythm play.. Like getting really pro with it. Tight, interesting, understanding where to accent, poly chords, inversions, the whole nine yards. My question for the wise forum members: Is there a strong demand for great rhythm guitarists? I feel maybe it's a better compromise for me than, say, my recent bass adventure. In my mind it comes down to focus on my strength and get even better: rhythm guitar vs. Working on my weaknesses: lead guitar, singing. Thanks for reading, and looking forward to your thoughts and opinions. Cheers, and go Raptors!