#1
I use this method of picking;

but it seems at times when I hit a string, the string tries to like take the pick out of my hand, and kinda seems to stop it.

I can play the fast picking stuff and so on, but it's like sometimes my pick gets drawn, and it really bothers me.

It's only in my lead playing

I use .09 strings. But there's alot who does. I wonder how you get by with this problem? (or if you have it at all)

also I tried moving to bigger pick sizes, didn't help.
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#2
Sounds like maybe you're putting too much of your pick into it. Maybe try just barely hitting the strings so you don't meet with so much resistance.
#3
I only hit with just the tip.

I actually used to practice for a week straight with the Stylus pick, and then the other week switch over. I still do it if I feel my picking goes off.

But it kinda solved it self as I was playing just today.
Ibanez s540 with gold Schaller bridge and OMGGOLD hardware

Ibanez RGR320 with Lo-Edge Pro bridge and scalloped fretboard

Lee Jackson XLSC - 500

Roland Microcube

Dunlop Jazz III black
#4
Angle your pick more
^Note: Probably sarcastic
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#5
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Angle your pick more


I already angle my pick (kinda like PG), because I find it more comfortable. Also really helps.

Anyways, problem solved.
Ibanez s540 with gold Schaller bridge and OMGGOLD hardware

Ibanez RGR320 with Lo-Edge Pro bridge and scalloped fretboard

Lee Jackson XLSC - 500

Roland Microcube

Dunlop Jazz III black