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Fallout 76: How to Play Instruments

How to Play Instruments in Fallout 76

Fallout 76 is the series’ first foray into multiplayer territory, splitting off from the single-player focused entries of the past. Despite this, there’s still a massive open world to explore, this time set in the flowing hills and forests of West Virginia. In traditional Fallout style, Fallout 76 has plenty for you to see and interact with, including musical instruments. Here’s how to play instruments in Fallout 76.

How to Play Guitar, Piano, and More

During your adventures in Fallout 76 you might happen upon any number of musical instruments in burned-out houses, abandoned buildings, and other places. In the game we’ve already seen a guitar, piano, tuba, and banjo, all of which are playable.

If you happen to see an instrument all you need to do is walk over to it and press X on PS4 or A on Xbox One to start playing it.

There’s a nice little tune that your character will play and you can sit and play for as long as you want, even leading to the reward of a perk called Well-Tuned.

It’s also possible to get your hands on plans for the musical tools so you can construct them to have at your CAMP, but it seems to be random as to where the plans pop up or which merchants you can get them from.

What Well-Tuned Does

Playing an instrument for long enough in Fallout 76, roughly 30 seconds, will give you the Well-Tuned perk, which is actually a timed perk.

This perk applies for one hour of playtime and grants you +25% AP regeneration, so it can be pretty handy.

After an hour Well-Tuned will wear off, but you can always track down another instrument to play and reapply it.

That’s everything you need to know about how to play instruments in Fallout 76, so get out there and create some sweet, sweet music. For even more tips and guides make sure to check out our Fallout 76 wiki detailing related topics like how to increase your AP and all Perk Cards you can get in the game.

A connoisseur of all things RPG related, and always looking for the artistic expression in gaming. His love of Gundam is only matched by his love of Pizza.

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