#1
Yeah, well, this is a problem of mine.

I can tremolo pick fairly well on EADGB, but not on e. I don't know what it is, but something is making it harder for me. Are you supposed to approach the high e-string different than the other ones? The picking isn't even or anything, but I'm doing fine on the other strings.

So yeah, does anyone else have this problem? Know how to fix it?

Maybe my picking is a problem overall..

If it would help I'll ´try to get a video up.

Thanks!
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#2
what gauge is your high e? sometimes, a string too lite doesn't mesh with my alternate picking. maybe try a higher gauge or just soften your grip on the pick, both have worked for me.
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#3
I believe I have .010s. It could be that it feels a bit thin.. I'll see if I can find someone with higher gauges than I and try before I make a decision to change gauge.

I think I'm as relaxed as I can be and I don't think that I'm holding the pick too hard. However, I will try to focus on that.

(I don't know what's happening, I'm using "I" insanely much. )
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#4
You could just try a different pick thickness or material, before changing your strings.
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#6
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Looks like you'll have to self-diagnose mate, sorry.



I'll talk to my teacher next time I see him, at least he can see it in person. Thanks anyway.
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