What Is Flatpicking?

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Flatpicking is a way of playing the guitar using a plectrum or a guitar pick held between three if not two fingers to strike the strings. It can be also contrasted to fingerstyle guitar, playing with individual fingers without or with fingerpicks.
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Flatpicking is playing the guitar, or other stringed instrument, using a pick that is held between the thumb and the index finger to pluck the strings.
Flatpicking is a technique used in guitar playing. It involves using a guitar pick to strike the strings. To do this, hold the pick between two or three fingers and strum downward and upward.
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