Dec 09, · It's funny that you say this because me and my guitar player just had a conversation about this. I sing and play guitar, and he plays guitar. We solo about equally, he just plays most of the lead through verses when I'm singing, but even that isn't certain on every song. Apr 14, · Thanks Risky, What you say makes a lot of sense. One huge problem that adds to this, is the fact I really suck at singing (See my thread titled "Can wail on guitar but can't sing a lick" Been awhile now but have made great progress there, thanks to one of the world's most renouned vocal coaches that i've been studying with) Really appreciate your input!
When you can sing the song without a hitch it's time to sync things up. She says there is a lot of hope. Recent Posts. I hate it It may be repeated throughout the song e. Now alter the spacing a bit and change up some of the rhythms, hold certain notes longer and shorter
The stuff you're playing has to be really tight so that you don't even have to think about - your hands can be trusted to just do it. James September 27, at am - Reply. This may require putting the guitar down for a time in order to focus purely on the singing. This will only leave you feeling frustrated and defeated. Many of the licks you will learn in this section could be used as a fill-in.
When this happens, break the song down into parts and work through the problem areas just like you did when you first learned how to synchronize your playing with your vocals. The silence can draw in the listener. Ive been goin for 3 months or so and feel good so far. A lot of what I would consider really classic, memorable solos are played by players that can sing. Messages: 8, Move the chords up a fret or two. Any tricks out there or even comments on this subject? Improvisation can be defined as being the spontaneous creation of a melody line. I don't think this is by accident.