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its to see if the harmonic notes match up with the guitar when its in tune. This is crucial if you play stuff like Zakk Wylde or Dimebag, if you don't ever use harmonic notes this is a waste of time or money to get done properly, lots of videos on YouTube to figure out how to do it as well, this isn't too hard.

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