#1
need help learning to scream and play guitar at the same time anyone have any tips so i could be like alexi lahio or dave musatine
#2
Can you scream well?
Can you play guitar well?

If the answer to either of those questions is no, work on that first or you're just going to frustrate the hell out of yourself.
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#4
I do it all the time, and the easiest thing to do is practice with a song you know really well on guitar. That way you don't have to concentrate on both parts as hard. It's the same learning techniques you would use for singing and playing, except instead of singing you're screaming.
#5
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Can you scream well?
Can you play guitar well?

If the answer to either of those questions is no, work on that first or you're just going to frustrate the hell out of yourself.



i can scream pretty good and im average guitarist
#6
You should know both parts to near-perfection and then practice without the song playing and with a metronome. Your priority should be staying in time and getting in a state of mind so that you can keep going if you screw up one part. If you concentrate too hard on one you WILL start screwing up both.

A song I used to practice this on is Jane Doe by Converge because it's easy guitar and it's not that difficult to sing either. That's probably not your style, but food for thought I suppose.
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#8
wen im playing i just scream random ****, then wen i find it easier to scream the random **** i turn it into actuall lyrics
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#10
is there a second guitar?
get him to play lead when u scream .. or well if its the whole song
then u play rythm

itll be easier and youll get sue to it then u can move up
#11
Just mess around with it, i'm doing the same for my band, i just kinda scream and do like some low chuggs, with hammering and scream songs i know for practice
#12
I find it easier to play lead and scream. Rhythm requires a certain level of consistency that's awkward to maintain while screaming. In a band environment, for me at least, it's proved more effective to have the guy who isn't doing anything else to be the man to hold the band together (IE, the rhythm guitarist).
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#13
I really wouldn't be worried about vocal screaming ant the age of 14, you're simply likely to screw your voice up...wait till it's matured.
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#14
I could scream when I was thirteen. If you do it right it's not harmful at all to your voice. Doing it wrong, however, is harmful at all ages.
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