What I would like feedback on:
In the video I tried to include some accents with a heavy attack before I played the lick to show some dynamic contrast. At the end of each lick I play a chord with muting and also a heavy attack. I would like to think that when I played the actual licks I was using a moderate attack. I would say that no where in this video are examples of my lightest playing. What do you think of my attack while I was playing the licks? Am I correct in classifying it as a moderate attack? I feel like this is in the ballpark of the general sound I am looking for in my alternate picking.
Clearly when I am doing the accents I am rest stroking. How about when I’m playing the licks? I don’t think I’m rest stroking, but I am having a hard time deciphering whether or not this is true. It’s probably not a big deal but my vision is to eventually get a moderate attack with rest strokes for these single escape lines.
I think I am using 9 to 3 wrist deviation with a pronated forearm. Is this accurate? Am I using a different wrist motion or is there maybe even some elbow that’s being thrown in occasionally?
On a final note these two licks are the same as the licks I played in my very first Technique Critique video almost 3 years ago. If you have time it might be worth comparing the two videos to see how my playing has changed since then.
Lastly, @Troy it would be really awesome if you could take a look at my playing.