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Guitar picking is a group of hand and finger techniques a guitarist uses to set guitar strings in motion to produce audible notes. These techniques involve plucking, strumming, brushing, etc. Picking can be done with: * A pick (plectrum) held in the hand * Natural or artificial fingernails, fingertips or finger-mounted plectrums known as fingerpicks (for techniques collectively known as fingerstyle) * A plectrum held between thumb and one finger, supplemented by the free fingers—called hybrid picking or sometimes "chicken pickin".

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  • Guitar picking is a group of hand and finger techniques a guitarist uses to set guitar strings in motion to produce audible notes. These techniques involve plucking, strumming, brushing, etc. Picking can be done with: * A pick (plectrum) held in the hand * Natural or artificial fingernails, fingertips or finger-mounted plectrums known as fingerpicks (for techniques collectively known as fingerstyle) * A plectrum held between thumb and one finger, supplemented by the free fingers—called hybrid picking or sometimes "chicken pickin". Using a single thumb pick with the bare fingers is similar to hybrid picking. Another mixed technique is to play different passages with a plectrum or fingerstyle, "palming" the plectrum when not in use. This however requires the use of one or more picking hand fingers, and/or can reduce dexterity in the picking hand. (en)
  • Le picking (ou finger-picking, littéralement « cueillette au doigt ») est une technique de jeu utilisée à la guitare (surtout en acoustique). Elle est très répandue dans le blues et la musique country. Elle fut inventée au début du XXe siècle aux États-Unis, dans les États du vieux Sud, notamment dans les Appalaches (Carolines, Virginies). (fr)
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  • Le picking (ou finger-picking, littéralement « cueillette au doigt ») est une technique de jeu utilisée à la guitare (surtout en acoustique). Elle est très répandue dans le blues et la musique country. Elle fut inventée au début du XXe siècle aux États-Unis, dans les États du vieux Sud, notamment dans les Appalaches (Carolines, Virginies). (fr)
  • Guitar picking is a group of hand and finger techniques a guitarist uses to set guitar strings in motion to produce audible notes. These techniques involve plucking, strumming, brushing, etc. Picking can be done with: * A pick (plectrum) held in the hand * Natural or artificial fingernails, fingertips or finger-mounted plectrums known as fingerpicks (for techniques collectively known as fingerstyle) * A plectrum held between thumb and one finger, supplemented by the free fingers—called hybrid picking or sometimes "chicken pickin". (en)
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  • Picking (guitare) (fr)
  • Guitar picking (en)
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