I am a newer member working my way slowly through this material.
I have a question regarding the two-way pick slanting demonstrated by the excellent @Troy
One of the examples is a 3nps descending b minor scale starting on G on the high E and descends F - E and D, C, B on the B string.
I believe I got some of the message of the lesson correct - play down, up, down on E, and up, down, up on B starting with downwards pick slanting on the E string and rotating to upwards pick slanting when starting on the B string.
I am confused about the rotation part - I can either rotate after I have played the third note on each string (if I wanted to carry on the scale) or I can rotate WHILE I am playing the third note on each string.
As of current, I am able to play this example half decently when rotating after playing the third note of each string but I’m not sure if I am getting this technique correct.
Thank you for any assistance!