Imitating a violin sound is already known.

How can I get a violin sound from my electric guitar?

Also surprising is how the sound of a Bagpipe ( and other instruments) can be imitated on the Guitar. How does it work?

  • Better question: why on earth would anyone want to do this? ;p – Tim Burnett - Bassist Mar 31 at 10:12
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    Check out the 1980's band Big Country, maybe starting with their song In a big country. They were renowned in the 1980's for their "guitars that sounded like bagpipes". And their drummer is the awesome Mark Brzezicki – Brian THOMAS Mar 31 at 11:07
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    You ask as though it's a standard technique. If you want an explanation of how it works, you should explain what process you're talking about. Or is this a question of how to imitate a bagpipe on guitar? – user45266 Mar 31 at 20:41
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    @ user 45266: Or is this a question of how to imitate a bagpipe on guitar? That’s exactly my question. I didn’t ask about a standard technique. The question is following the other question about imitating a violin on the guitar. – – Albrecht Hügli Apr 1 at 16:50
  • @user45266, could you explain your vote to close? Is there an edit to the question that would clarify some confusion? – jdjazz Apr 15 at 20:14

This guy works it with a 5 cent coin:

All the instruments were reproduced using the clean sound (except for the bagpipes for which I used the distortion).

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