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#2
Well isk how to explain it to good but..

H = Hammer On

Its when you hit a fret with strumming the string..

Like if i hit the A string and i had my finger on the 5th fret, with my next finget i would hit 6, or you can hit an open and then slam your finger onto the fret you need.
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#3
ummm it should be 2p0 not 2h0


the h means hammer on

a p means pull-off
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#4
a 2h0 would actually be a pull off "p" in tab, but the h= hammer on.

so. 5h7= 5th fret hammer onto 7th fret.
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#5
it would not be 2h0 it would be 2p0 or 0h2, and it means hammer on
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#6
That should probably be 2p0 meaing play the second note and pull your finger off so it's open.

If it's 0h2 than it means hammer on
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#7
Well, if they have 2h0 they're screwing it up a bit, it should be 2p0. The h stands for hammer-on, when you press the second note with your fretting hand without picking again. The p stands for pull-off, where you will pull your fretting finger off to the second note.