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Tying Your Drone Cords Video Demonstration

We produced this video in response to a request a to produce a video demonstarting how to Tie Bagpipe Drone Cords. The distance between the drones should be such that they sit comfortably on your shoulder. A space of about 6" to 7" has been found to be the most sutable spacing between the drones. Spacing of the drones can also affect the way a listener perceives the sound of your drones. The correct spacing will result in a solid, full and balanced sound eminating from your bagpipes.

 

Andrew Lenz has an excellent article on his website called Andrew's Tips: Tying/Making Bagpipe Drone Cords. It is a good complement to this video and worth reading.

 

Tying Bagpipe Drone Cords

 

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