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We present a discretely tunable multifrequency source injection locked to an optical frequency comb (OFC) based on the spectral-mode-filtered femtosecond fiber laser. The spectral-mode-filtered OFC with a 1.5 GHz mode spacing, which is based on an femtosecond fiber laser (FSFL) with 250 MHz mode spacing, was achieved using the spectral-mode-filtering method with a Fabry–Pérot cavity. With the spectral-mode-filtered OFC as the master laser and two distributed-feedback lasers as the slave lasers, we simultaneously selected and amplified the desired modes of the OFC using the IL technique. We generated the coherent multifrequency optical source to synthesize in the frequency range from gigahertz to terahertz.