#1
I'm not sure if that's what it's called.. but..

When I double pick a string, and go to move and double pick the string above, or below, I always hit wrong strings while I'm doing it.

I think I need to lower my string height. Like.. have the 6th string highest, and have the 5th string a little lower, and then the 4th string lower than the 5th string ..etc.

Is this how strings are supposed to be? Becuase I think mine are all the same height and it's hard to double pick because of this.

I'm tyring to learn 'Seeing Double At The Triple Rock - NOFX'

I have the speed and everything down, but in the intro you have to double pick, and I keep hitting wrong strings when I got to switch down or up a string. I have this trouble with every song that requires double picking. I also can't do solo's very well because of this.


So, how far away from the fretboard or pickups for whatever is each string supposed to be?

I have an Epiphone Les Paul Speciall II if that matters.


Oh, and which way do you turn the screw on the sattle to lower the string?


Thanks for the help.
#3
Oh okay..

Is there a certain technique or something used to pick like that?
#4
Just do the movement of that specific picking pattern really slow, so you can be aware of the distance. Do it ultra-slow, to understand it, then do it slow as hell, to pratice. Then you can increase the speed and it'll be good in no time.
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#6
Alright, thanks guys.


I'll just keep at it, and gradually pick up the speed.

Thanks.