#1
just a simple question can the different forms of spanish influence styles of playing can be played using a pick instead of using finger picking?
#2
Depends on the song. For example, Tango Agricole, a sort of Spanish-influenced country/bluegrass-ish tune, is played with a pick.

If you're talking about the tunes written specifically to be played with fingerpicking/fingerstyle/on a classical, then probably not. You won't be able to hit most of the notes unless you use a thumbpick or you hybrid pick it, but even that will change the sound enough that it could take away from the melody.
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#3
oh ok. im searching for more info on the various flamenco styles and found little information any help to where i can find more info
#8
Carlos Santana uses a plectrum a lot. But traditional Flamenco is fingers all the way.
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