#1
i wanted to ask some of the pros what you think of this sweeping pattern. and maybe if theres other patterns i can try thats similer. iv tryed all the sweeping lessons. (thats how i learned awesome lessons).
im not sure but i dont think iv ever seen this as a sweeping pattern. i dont understand the other patterns they just seem uneconomical to me

e-------------d------------------d----------d--------d----------------------
b----------d----u-------------d-----------d---u---d---------------------------
g-------d---------u--------d------------d-------u----------------------------
d----d--------------u---d--------------------------------------------------
a-d-------------------u---------------------------------------------------
e-----------------------------------------------------------------------

e-------------d-u-d----------------d-u-d--------------------------------------
b----------d---------u------------d-------u--------------------------------------
g-------d--------------u--------d-----------u------------------------------------
d----d-------------------u----d---------------u---d-------------------------------
a-d-------------------------u-------------------u--------------------------------
e-----------------------------------------------------------------------

is there anything wrong with sweeping like this?
#2
Nothing wrong with either of those just make sure you don't limit yourself to only being able to do it one way.
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#3
Are you using any hammer-ons or pull-offs?
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#5
That second pattern doesn't need a D-U-D on the high E string. We usually do a form of a slur (hammer-on, pull-off) there. But both patterns are fine, typical sweeping forms.
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#6
no hammer on or pull off. i like how it feels when i pick that part fast lol.i do sometimes but i wanted to be able to pick every note. i was reading the sweeping thread and theres to ups on the high e and i didnt understand why you would pick that part up twice. it seems uneconomical