So basically when I started to try the 6 note 3nps 2wps chunk, I only forcused on outside picking since inside felt weird. Then I procrastinated and never spend much time with inside or with patterns across over 2 stings.
Anyway, a few weeks passed where I didn’t pratice much, and about 2 weeks ago, I picked up the guitar, and something just seems to happen “magically”: I could play some phrases much faster than before. And because I could see my wrist rotation over string changes, I though that maybe, my brain figured out 2wps on it’s own without me really having to try so much.
But just today I tried to ppractice the inside picking 6 notes chunk, with strict 2wps form and I SUCK. But, I can speed thing up a lot if I want to, except that my hand does something completely different (looks even like the opposite of 2wps).
I know that a few months ago there was a lot of change with the terminology because it turns out there is more to picking than pick slanting angle. So I don’t know in what exact terms to describe whatever I’m doing. But it works.
My point is, it seems like by simply watching the videos and being aware of all the existing different techniques and motion that exist, opened up a lot of possibilities and gave my brain the permission to just experiment different stuff and readjust my technique to come up with something that works.
I really didn’t expect that to happen and I’m really impressed. I think one thing that really helped me with this is the Martin Miller video where he tells his student to keep pushing pas his speed limits. If you want to figure out to play fast, push yourself so you force your brain to figure out the most effective motion