In Part 2 of “The Learning Curve of Various Styles of Guitar,” Jamie Andreas looks at the skills needed to become a “strum and sing” guitar player.
Singing and Playing Guitar
Most people pick up the guitar because they want to play and sing songs with other people. Like the guitar, singing is something that anyone can learn to do. It's one of those things that you can improve with the right amount of practice. Guitar Noise has many lessons that look closely at how to sing and play guitar at the same time.
In this podcast we’ll continue to explore how to sing and play at the same time, using “Will the Circle Be Unbroken” as our example.
In this podcast we’ll take a look at getting comfortable with strumming with an eye toward being able to sing and play at the same time.
What do guitarists need to know about singing? Singing helps you memorize and understand music better no matter what instrument you are playing.
This article introduces an incredibly simply concept – knowing how you want to sing a song. We’ll guide you through the process of song preparation.
Let’s revisit the question: How do I play the guitar and sing at the same time? We have some great examples to help you do these two things at once.
Much like learning guitar, singing is something anyone can learn to do. It is a physical activity that you can improve through proper practice.
If you’ve ever tried to sing and play guitar at the same time you know it’s not an easy thing to do. Here’s a little insight on the subject.