#1
Sometimes the right hand fingers are mentioned in classical tab books. Is it absolutely necessary to use the correct fingers while playing? Sometimes I find myself playing with other fingers and I still get the sound. What about the left hand? same question.
#2
they are there for a reason, usually its good to stick to them. it isnt absolutely necessary, but it generally serves you better to follow them - both hands. the left hand fingering is usually more debatable, but with the right hand, different fingers give a slightly different sound, as well as free/rest stroke, so its a bit more important to follow the right hand fingering
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#3
It's whatever's easiest for you I guess, don't strain yourself too much if you can't at first, just practice getting a good control over each finger. I still find it difficult to precisely pick with my ring and little finger

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#4
yeh its probably best to stick to em most of the time but when you're playing more advanced stuff you'll find yourself making more alterations to fit your style.
#5
if you're having no trouble with the songs you're playing and can play them at full speed without choking the notes - and if learning the "wrong" fingering isn't making it harder to play the other songs you're playing, you're probably good to go.

there's no hard-and-fast reason to stick to them, but unless a player is pretty experienced, it's probably best to go with them. most tab is written in the easiest and best organized way to play a song.
#6
o yeah a music teacher told me that ass u get beter u use diferent fingers to play and ur noy gonna use the same fingers all the time