It's 2pm in the afternoon. I live in an apartment building with thick walls, but y'know, some sound still leaks through. I playing a G&L ASAT into my Marshall Bluesbreaker '62 Re-issue, some solo blues and jazz stuff, nothing overly heavy... and at what I think are moderate levels -- about 2 o'clock on the amp with my volume rolled back a bit. It's a loud amp and loud guitar, but I'm running at relatively low levels. The neighbor starts knocking on their wall. I roll the volume down slightly and continue playing. The neighbor starts knocking repeatedly for like a minute, continued well after I've stopped playing. After the knocking subsides, I start playing again until they knock angrily on the wall with what sounds like a broomstick. I'm trying to figure out the best way to handle this situation. I'm considering a few options -- - just keep playing until they complain to the landlord and hope she says "it's 2pm in the afternoon", - stop playing (which is what I've done out of politeness) - knock on their door and ask if they have a baby sleeping or something (which I know they don't). - turn up the volume so I don't hear the complaining (part of me wants to, but it's just not my nature) Before anyone brings it up, yes, I've considered that it's not a volume issue and my playing is just that bad; which, okay, definitely possible, but that's why I need to practice. How would you handle this situation?