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comment Music Theory: Frequencies related to playing a note on guitar
I would check the frequency response of your mic and make sure it is not giving an artificial frequency boost around the 250kHz - do you hear the pronounced B harmonic from your guitar that is evident in the sample you posted?
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comment Music Theory: Frequencies related to playing a note on guitar
How are you physically capturing the signal, are you using a microphone or some other transducer? Does the transducer you are using have a flat frequency response over the desired frequency range? As per Stephane's answer, a copy of the audio sample would be useful.
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comment Music Theory: Frequencies related to playing a note on guitar
247Hz is approx. the frequency of the open B string. Did you damp the other five strings (to stop them sounding) when you took your sample?