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Question by schmidty
Submitted on 6/15/2005
Related FAQ: Classical Guitar FAQ
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can classical guitarists choose to use (a)finger pick(s)to play? i really want to play classical but i don't want to grow my nails out and have to deal w/maintenance and instead slip on some finger picks and play. also i don't know too much about finger picks like if they're only used for one finger etc.


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