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Hi Bill, When is it time to move up on reeds? I am a beginning piper and I am thinking if I move up on reed strength, it may help with some issues.
On stage w/ the Cheiftans!
THE CHEIFTAINS 2011 TOUR DATES: 2/23 Olympia, WA @ Washington Center for Performing Arts One month prior to this event, our Pipe Major Bill Collins came
Night Patrol, a free bagpipe lesson by Pipe Major Bill Robertson
A selection of bagpipe tunes taught by PM Bill Robertson, ex The Royal Scots
Interactive Bagpipe Tunes - A PDF document with links to Audio and Video lessons. Highly rated, easy to use and very informative.
drones start without striking in
As I am blowing to start up the pipes the drones sound BEFORE striking in. Why? And then when I blow the drones cut off after a few seconds
Bagpipe sheet music.
Good Morning! I stumbled upon your Website when I was looking for a bagpipe blog I could ask my question in. I'm getting married next October and my fiancé
Looking for info on previous P/M
Hi Bill, my Partner and I are wondering if you knew Her Grandfather George Fraser who was Royal Scots. We believe he was Pipe Major late 50's. Unfortunately
There’s a big secret about video marketing – most of it doesn’t work…
Right now Youtube has over 81,000,000 videos. However, only a tiny fraction of them ever receive any significant traffic…
To be more specific less than 0.33% (that’s one third of a percent) ever even reach the 1 million view mark.
Even more confronting, is that over half those 81 million videos (53% to be exact) receive less than 500 views during their entire life.
What this means is that the lion’s share of the traffic goes to a very select few Channels on Youtube.
The good news is a number of these elite channels actually follow an insanely simple formula to repeatedly produce these traffic-hauling videos over and over again.
The Caledonian Canal - Free Interactive Bagpipe Lessons by PM Bill Robertson
PM Bill Robertson's free bagpipe lesson for The Caledonian Canal, ex 1st Battalion, The Royal Scots. Includes audio, video clips and a downloadable PDF document.
Drone reeds falling into the bag
Hi, My drone reeds have fallen into the bag and i don't know how to get them back out... It would be grate if someone could tell me how to get them back
1st pipe set up new player
Hi Bill, I'm teaching my daughter to play the pipes. We have an old 1960s Lowrie to start her off. Bag size is small and length of blowpipe short. But
Drones doubling how can I fix this.
Hi Bill I am using ezeetone drone reeds with a Ross set up, but recently I have had trouble with my drones. I have tried using sm90 drones too (my pipe
Can't get the proper sounding bagpipes
Hi Bill, I recently purchased some bagpipes. I've set it up, but I can't seem to get the proper sound out. I'm not sure if it is me or the bagpipes.
cleaning the bag
I am new to the bagpipes although I've been playing Irish/Scottish music for many years. I have some bagpipes that have been laying in a box for a few
Kamak San, a free bagpipe lesson by Pipe Major Bill Robertson
Reed chirps off and on while striking in and tuning drones
Hi Bill, I am unable to strike in or tune my drones without the chanter reed chirping in and out. It is very frustrating because the only way to stop
Tenor drone problem
Hi Bill, When I strike in my pipes sound fine, but when I get the chanter going sometimes the tenor drones stop producing sound. Is this a reed problem?
Arniston Castle - A free bagpipe lesson
Arniston Castle, a free bagpipe lesson by Pipe Major Bill Robertson
Hi Bill, I have just started playing the pipes and I have braces on my teeth, therefore my lips are weak. I find it really hard to get all the air
St Andrews Cross - A free bagpipe lesson
St Andrews Cross, a free bagpipe lesson by Pipe Major Bill Robertson
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