#3
Learn both the guitar and the lyrics seperately really well and when you feel confident enough try putting them together. That and ^ lots of practise
Originally posted by: rich sg
And God said unto Jesus: "Son, is there anything you want to talk about?"
And Jesus replied: "Get off my back, Dad! Judas Priest your such a frickin' homophobe! FACE!"
And so Jesus was crucified.
#4
Quote by PuggyRox
Learn both the guitar and the lyrics seperately really well and when you feel confident enough try putting them together. That and ^ lots of practise


Exactly.

You have to be able to subconsciously play one part flawlessy. That is - be able to play one part withouth any thought on what you're doing.

You need to drum one part into your head so that you concentration is fully focused on the second part. Try playing the chords/riff while staring at a picture on the wall and see if you can play it without putting any thought into. Once you can do that, you can concentrate on nailing the singing part.

You'll then realise you can do both simultaneously without too much trouble which leaves your concentration room to be fully focused on nailing both parts as one.
#5
Better to learn the lyrics first...then the chords you are playing...its like doing 2 jobs at the same time..
#6
Just go for it. It will come out good eventually.
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#7
Use the search function, we have entirely too many of these threads.

Or, try the vocals sticky in this forum.

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