#3
But look at this tab:

D#|------------------------------------~0
B |------------------------------------~0
F#|---1h2p1p0--------------------------~0
D#|-----------1h2p1p0------------------~0
B |--0--------0-------1h2p1p0----------~0
F#|---------------------------1h2p1p0--~0
				       *harm.
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#5
you could just play the harmonic at the 12 or you could play a pinch harmonic. if you don't know what a pinch harmonic is, look it up. they are pretty easy.
#6
I'm not sure what kind of harmonic that needs to be... listen to the song and figure it out. Where does it say to do the harmonic anyways?
#7
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Haze on the Hills by the Tea Party.

I don't think a pinch harmonic would work..lulz.
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#9
Play natural harmonics on the 12th fret. Just lightly put your finger on the strings and push down a little, but not so much that the strings are touching the fretboard. You should get a light, high pitch kinda sound.

EDIT: ^^Beaten to it!
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