#1
Example:

e|------------------------------------------------5h7h8----------------------|
B|---------------------------------------5h7h8-------------------------------|
G|------------------------------4h5h7----------------------------------------|
D|---------------------4h5h7-------------------------------------------------|
A|------------3h5h7----------------------------------------------------------|
E|---3h5h7-------------------------------------------------------------------|

h = Hammer On


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So when you are picking this (The first note on each string). Do you use alternate picking or a sweep like downward motion?
Which would be the better way for getting speed?


Thanks,
#3
I would alt pick for comfort, but to build up speed as a practice run, downpick each one in a sweep.
call me ziggy.
#5
IMHO: Downpicking would be faster/more comfortable. Alternate picking would work if you'd string skip and get back up, if your going in one direction, might as well go with the flow!
#6
Down pick every note, but not a sweep motion. Separate pick motion per string.

Up pick when its reversed.


To speed that up, I found finger strength exercises great for that, for example trilling with each fingers combination. Many excercises can be found online.
#7
I'm currently working on the exact same thing. Downpick it, but try to make sure it sounds about the same as your hammer ons
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#8
For patterns like that i just use Down strokes, if it was string skipping i would use alternate though.