When I pick with the opposite side of the pointy side, I don't get enough "meat" of the strings. When I play with the opposite side, I can't play as fast and my pick seems to get "caught" in the strings. By this I mean, when I'm playing a chromatic scale persay, I would play the first note but I don't get the pick enough into the string and the pick just blocks me from hitting the string. This happens a lot. I've been getting at this for a few weeks and can't seem to get a handle on it. When I switch back to using the pointy side, it's much easier for me but I truly dislike the sound it makes for playing rhythm and chords. I am not using a Wegen pick.
PS When playing with the Wegen pick, do most people flip their picks as well? Or are they make to be played with the pointy side of the pick?