#1
Im trying to do both at the same time but I can't co ordinate myself to do both at once... are there any tricks that I should practice?
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#2
Slow it down.

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#3
First, make sure you actually know how to sing. Then, practice. Start on songs with easy guitar parts, then move you way up.
#4
maybe start with easier songs, including chords that don't require difficult finger, and that are close to each other. you could also take chords from a song and make the strum pattern a lot simpler, like just hitting quarter notes at first (also could help with timing), and work your way up.
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#5
Practice the guitar part a lot...you'll basically be putting your hands on autopilot while you're singing.
#6
start with songs you know very well and especially ones you've known well for a long time, it'll come more natural for you with those, other then that just practice, practice, practice
#11
Cool thanks guys this helps a lot.
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#13
Whats really hard for me is when the guitar accent and the vocal accent dont match up on the same part of the beat.

Pick one chord and play a simple 8th note pattern (2 strums per beat) over and over....then start singing like a 3 word vocal pattern over and over with it. After a while start accenting the guitar in defferent spots and do the same with the vocal. That helped me, maybe it might help you.