#1
I saw that on Guitar Pro - you can turn notes in to semi-harmonics.
However, I have no idea what they are. What are they and how do you do them?

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#3
When you hit a pinch harmonic in such a way that you can still hear the fretted note. It can be a mistake or intentional.
#4
An artificial harmonic in which the note will produce the sound of an octave chord.
Example: A SH on the 5th fret - A string would produce a sound like:

G|-7
D|-x
A|-5

So basically, that harmonic will sound like that chord. An octave higher then the original note while keeping the original note being produced at once.

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uhhhhhhh, it might be either tapped or pinched harmonics

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#5
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When you hit a pinch harmonic in such a way that you can still hear the fretted note. It can be a mistake or intentional.


+1, you can get harmonic overtones that give you a little bit more high end in the tone.