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Scruffy
Hi everybody!
I am 58 years old, male and comes from Norway - I usually play's guitar...
Due to an injury, the guitar must be left untouched for a year or so, but i just can't live without music, so what can I do?
Right! - Use my voice and start singing instead!
I know very little about singing and that's why I'm here - to learn! (and I'm pretty sure I'm in the right place).
Can't wait to explore my "new" instrument :)
Best luck to you all!
Rune, from Norway

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    ElaraElara Moderator, 2.0 PRO, 3.0 Streaming Posts: 327
    Welcome, @Scruffy! Yikes, that injury sounds terrible! A year without touching the guitar? I'm so sorry, and I hope your injury heals faster than anyone expects.

    I hope you will enjoy your singing journey!
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    WigsWigs Moderator, 2.0 PRO, 3.0 Streaming Posts: 5,042
    You are definately in the right place and course! Ken says he likes teaching instrumentalists because they understand that the voice needs to be trained just like a guitar or what ever else you play. Take it slow, stick with it and when you pick up your guitar again you could be singing with it too 🙂

    Make sure to check out the public and volume 1 FAQ sections to help you get started.
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    jaclynserjaclynser Moderator, Pro, 2.0 PRO, 3.0 Streaming Posts: 262
    Welcome @Scruffy! Enjoy learning your new instrument! Study Ken's videos lots, listen to his advice and try to copy exactly how he is doing everything and you will definitely grow your voice!
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    GidpickerGidpicker 2.0 PRO Posts: 22
    Welcome,

    I'll be 69 in December.
    I just joined the forum today.
    We all go through hard times.
    Trust me. Looking back at my life.

    The worst times in my life sent me in another
    direction that brought UNEXPECTED HAPPINESS in the long run.

    MAYBE YOU ARE MEANT TO BE A SINGER?
    i STARTED PLAYING GUITAR AT AGE 11.
    I PLAYED FROM 4-12 HOURS A DAY WHEN I WAS YOUNGER.
    YOU HAVE MY SYMPATHY.

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