I've been on one side of this argument. It did create some nice debate on this forum.
1. Work on Rhythm Guitar.
2. Keep working on rhythm guitar.
3. When you're sick of it, work on some more rhythm guitar.
As for your vocals, you will naturally start by singing with the guitar. When you get comfortable with your rhythms (ie, the whole reason you're beating it into the...
Yes. I worked as a solo performer on acoustic for a couple of years and when I went back to electric, it was just...ugh.
The best tips I can offer:
Warm up with scales on the electric.
Spend some time playing it, unplugged. Get familiar with the scale length, the tension, and everything...
I could see that happening.
Of course, there is a way around that. Typically you can find a finished Squier guitar for 100-150 bucks. That'll at least get you on the ground floor with your partscaster.
As for Warmoth...the necks are kind of weird. If you special order a neck, it can be...