Greetings, My 3 kids have been playing together in a band for ~2 years. The drummer (15 years old) has been taking lessons for 5-6 years on and off; the guitarist (12 years old) has been taking lessons for 5 years or so; and the bassist (11 years old) has been taking lessons for 2 years. They don't want to do this for a living, they just like spending time together and playing out in public for fun when possible. Most of what they do is in the rock category, but it is varied (Neil Young, The Chats, Pixies, Cranberries, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nirvana, etc.) Each week they take 45 minutes of individual lessons and 1.5 hrs of band coaching together. The current band coach also gives the individual lessons to the bassist and drummer. The guitarist takes lessons from another teacher at the school. Since March, all of this has been remote/virtual through zoom (but using an audio interface for the band coaching). There historically has been a fair bit of disruption in their teachers/lessons, as the music school draws its teachers from the local college and college students have their own lives/aspirations. They have had some consistency for the past 6 months, but the band coach routinely starts lessons 10 minutes late and ends them 5 minutes early, forgets to send the zoom links, etc. He's great, I just think he's trying to do too much and/or not very organized. Given that they've been virtual since March and seem to be doing ok with it, we're not as tethered to instructors in a 10-15 mile radius of where we live, and I'm at least considering a change. Any thoughts as to folks that do such a thing? Ideally it would be the same instructor for individual lessons and the band coaching, but I know that may be stretching it. I gather that this is not the typical question that gets asked on TDPRI (and the guitarist doesn't even play a tele, she just "graduated" to an "S" type), but I figured I'd give it a shot. It is just the circumstance I found myself in when 2 years ago the oldest declared that they should start a band to raise money for dog rescue groups and I've been rolling with it. Thanks!