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I have found this approach to hit bicep equally giving it's appearance an overall consistency no matter what position of arm is. As with any exercise I am a firm believer in form coming first. Nothing gives results and protects you from injury better than good form. With perfect form you can get vastly better result than someone using their max weight and jerking weights around in a sloppy fashion. Great form will always give you a great form in mirror.
I recommend six sets of ten so you can get two good blasts from each bar angle, if you are training more agressively then bump it up to nine or twelve sets of ten! If you are doing whole body training daily just to build or maintain lean body mass then just do three sets of ten and watch that bicep round out.
Fred Ost is a writer, web designer and aspiring indie movie maker. He is a founder of, and staff writer at the free independent artits community at http://www.scptv.net. He is fighting his way out from behind the keyboard to get back to the days of curling 150 for ten sets of ten!