I don't know what to tell you. I started playing the guitar (self-taught) in October of 1974. But there are youngn's here that I think are better guitar players than I am. In 1988, I started working on my voice. And now, I enjoy singing so much that if I were to audition for a band, it would be as a singer, not a guitar player. It's kind of like when Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull was asked why he chose flute and vocals. He started out as a guitar player. In his words, he heard Eric Clapton play and gave up all hope of doing what he thought was justice with a guitar. So he developed his highly distinctive baritone voice and played the flute. Whatever you start with, don't be downhearted if you find yourself switching to something later.
My brother started out playing the piano. Then, in high school, he played the clarinet. After high school, he started playing guitar, then bass, then singing. He sings pretty well, too. I have a higher range that edges into castrati, but we both enjoy what we do. And you should, too.
One other example of winding up in another place than you started. There was a young scottish guy that played in woodwind quartets. Usually playing flute or the recorder. Then he decided to sing and had a distinctive tone and joined a rock band. That woodwind guy turned singer was Bon Scott, original singer for AC/DC.
Go where life takes you.