Yes, Mr. Stump. I am under the assumption that you are a primary dwps that makes use of economy picking for ascending lines.
How do you approach descending scale patterns?
Are the notes per string arranged to even numbers to avoid the need to change pick slants?
I am curious if, and how, he incorporates the Down-up-pulloff for descending stuff. I had his 90’s records and I think I’ve heard a bit of that in his playing.
Where is his pick pointing? neck pu, strait, or bridge? Is it a grip point, or is it 90 degree grip with lean?
Assuming you are a leading edge picker, how much of a angle do you generally use on the forward edge?
Do you anchor your right hand on the bridge? or more over the strings? What area of the right hand is anchored most of the time? The flat of the wrist, or side of hand?
Mr. Stump… Can I have one of your '98 to '06 era Yngwie Strats? Oh, and sign the back of the headstock for me. And can you throw a signed copy of “The Dark Lord Rises” in the tweed case before you package the guitar up for me?
Do you still use a 8-46 hybrid set? What strings are you currently using?
Still using the 1.5mm Dunlop Delrin?
Are you still with ESP?
Being a vintage tremolo user, do you have any tricks to keep them in tune? Do you change the trem springs? Wilkinsons?
How are the old Marshall heads holding up?
Have you incorporated any of today’s newer equipment into your arsenal? [Axe FX, Kemper]