I noticed something frustrating about my speed picking a few months ago that seems like a bad habit I must have had forever, and can't figure out how to correct it. For starters, I use Jazz III picks and do pick at a slight angle when playing fast most of the time. My problem really shows when I'm alternate picking each note very fast across all strings. For example- If I'm starting out on the low E string picking a 3 note per string pattern, my pick will be somewhere slightly above the lead pickup on my les paul, but by the time I get to the high E string, my pick will be near the lower/bottom edge of the pickup. The opposite is true when I got from the high E to the low E. I was watching a Paul Gilbert video and saw that his pick pretty much stays in the same place as he moves across the strings. It seems more efficient that way. I've tried to correct this and pick straight across up and down, but it certainly doesn't feel natural. Does anyone have any advice or experience with doing this? This is just a photo just to show the motion of my pick as it moves across the strings, It's not my hand or guitar.