Will Inside Picking Limit Speed Of This Phrase?
ElHombre
Mar 16 2020, 11:16 AM
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Hello

Learning Lindsey Stirling "The Arena" at the moment.
Got notes from Jason Richardson. Listen to the songs chorus.

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----14-----------------------------------14----------------------------14-
----------16-----11-----------11--------------16-----11---------11---- => I play: DOWN DOWN UP DOWN UP DOWN
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Now having 2 down strokes in a row should not be a problem since the first note on the 14th fret is not followed up quickly.

The question is if I will reach max speed with the inside picking 16--11 14-11 sequence

DOWN UP DOWN UP

Im at 75 % right now but it feels like outside picking would be better for this one

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Gabriel Leopardi
Mar 16 2020, 07:07 PM
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Hi mate,

I'm checking Jason's playing in this video and I think that he is combining picking with legato.



Can you mark the specific minute in which he plays this lick? I don't know the song but I can hear many similar ideas all over the chorus.

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jstcrsn
Mar 16 2020, 08:45 PM
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as your tab is written I would start with a down on the 14th g string and strict alternate picking loops nicely , I would call that inside and would think unless you are paul gilbert I would think inside is easier ..for me

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Todd Simpson
Mar 17 2020, 02:34 AM
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In my experience the only thing that limits the max speed of a piece is how much practice you put in to it, not how you pick it. Paul Gilbert, for example, doesn't use econ picking. It's certainly not slowed him down smile.gif I love ECON picking. But that's just me. Can you give us a short video of you playing the bit you are talking about? It's all just talk until we see the rubber hit the road and see your hands on the guitar.

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