As the title states, what would everyone recommend as far as increasing right hand plucking speed/accuracy? I hear all the time that it’s better to practice slow and accurate than fast/sloppy. And i largely understand that. That has made my playing a lot cleaner over the last year or so as i have focused on my muting with my right thumb and ring finger moving up and down the strings as i play. But i haven’t gotten ANY faster this past year. Some background on me - been playing 20 + years but got good enough to play the rock tunes i wanted to and never took practicing very seriously. My playing has gotten cleaner over the past year where i practice as much as possible - usually about an hour a day most days, not at all some days, maybe a couple of hours one day a week or so. Do i need to start practicing licks faster, even if it means slopping through them to build up my plucking speed/dexterity? Am i just not practicing enough to reasonably expect to improve? Right now i’m working on a pentatonic scale thing through the modes, working up and down all 4 strings through all 5 modes, and at 16th notes i’m not getting any faster than say 100bpm. Even after sitting down for an hour a day for two weeks I can’t stretch that to 105bpm with any consistency. Any suggestions on how/what to practice to improve speed/dexterity would be wonderful!