#2
Practise.
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#3
Quote by Alter-Bridge
Practise.


This and a very, very gradual progression between songs.

Also, when learning a song make sure you either know the words backwards by heart and can sing without thinking OR the same about the guitar part. The key is being able to separate one of the two activities from your active thoughts so you can focus on whichever you find more difficult.
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#4
Try something simple, like a Metallica song. That will get you used to doing more then 1 thing at a time.
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#6
In my personal experience, I have had to just sit down and do it. You need to get a super simple song (Every Rose has its Thorn) that requires little skill. Look up the words and have at it. It takes a while, but with time you will find that its not to hard and it sometimes seems to just come naturally. More complex rythms are a different story.
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#8
I'm trying to do the same thing but in the style of Venom, Motorhead, Tankard.

It's insanely difficult, I have no idea how these guys do it.
#9
learn to sing first.

also, start with acoustic stuff that's mainly chords.
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