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Great Highland Bagpipe (GHB)
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The Great Highland Bagpipe (GHB) is probably the best known form of the bagpipe, but it certianly is not the only one.

Answers in this category:
(Answer) What is a Great Highland Bagpipe?
(Answer) How hard is it to learn?
(Answer) I want to learn to play the GHB; what do I do first?
(Answer) Okay, I've got a practice chanter, now what?
(Answer) I live in the Aleutian Islands and there are no GHB teachers here. What can I do?
(Answer) What will a set of Highland bagpipes cost me, and where do I find them?
(Answer) I can play the practice chanter better if I finger the notes like I do on a tin whistle. That's O.K., isn't it?
(Answer) What is the scale of the GHB?
(Answer) What keys can a GHB play?
(Answer) The popular tune I want to play needs a note in between the ones on the chanter. Is there anyway to play these?
(Answer) Do grace notes come before or after the beat?
(Answer) What are "light" and "heavy" D throws?
(Answer) Which D throw should I learn?
(Answer) Which type of pipe bag is best?
(Answer) What is a Shriner?

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