#1
Okay Im doing a lesson involving 16th notes and strictly alternate picking:

5th|-----------2---------5-3-2---3-2--------|
6th|-0-2-3-5---5-3-2---------5------5-3---|

its played rather fast and Im only playing it at like 90bpm.

My problem is that whenever I play higher than that my pick bumps another string on the way up or down. Like when I play an upstroke on the 5th string the next note is a downstroke on the 6th string but after the upstroke I accidently upstroke the 6th string before downstroking it.

Why do I suck...

=(
#2
Slow it back down till you can do it correctly, then pick it back up. Continue doing it wrong at that speed will just develop the mistake into a habit.
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#3
KRISTOPHER DAHL BABY!!
Anywho, you just gotta practice over and over. its pretty much that
i started learning that when it was first posted nearly half a year/ a year ago. it takes a few weeks maybe to learn
You'll get it yung yun
#4
+1 on the Kristopher Dahl lessons. Check that sh1t out.
Alvarez dreadnought
Gibson SG
EC-1000
Homemade Strat (seymour duncan classic stack p/ups)
Vox Tonelab (original desktop model) with full board footswitch
Vox AD50
Avatar V30 4x12 cab