This is another picking technique question, which arose today, when I was going through some examples in your book.
E.g. examples no. 4: When changing strings, downstrokes are recommended, thus having two downstrokes in a row (as usually with 3-note-groupings).
I wonder: About which bpm for triplets (respectively sixteenths) do you change from two downstrokes in a row to alternate picking (when changing from a higher to a lower string, otherwise sweeping is fine, of course)?
I'm ONLY using alternate for phrases that are not suited for gypsy picking for example ones with string skips etc. like the phrases of Charlie Parker and Coltrane.
Best Regards Andreas