Bob Reinsel

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The Bonnie Banks Of Loch Lomond


Artist: Bob Reinsel
Genre: Dulcimer
Duration: 00:02:10

Description:
Traditional Scottish tone played on Mountain Dulcimer

Tony Karl
05/12/16 03:48:59PM @tony-karl:

Thanks for sharing Bob.


Bob Reinsel
05/12/16 09:52:25AM @bob-reinsel:

Marsha Elliott:

Just beautiful Bob and a real inspiration to hear.

I am a relatively beginner player and I have a technique question. How do you get that beautiful sound that sort of rolls off the strings, for instance on the words "the high" at 0:03 in your recording. I don't know what to call that sound, I just know it makes the tune sound oh so much more scottish.

Marsha, thank-you.  I think what you are hearing there is a little slide up from one fret to the next.  You may hear something similar, where the words "for me" occur at 0:15.  The slide is done by strumming the string once and, then without lifting your finger (or the noter) from the fret board, move your finger, or noter, to the next fret.  It works in either direction. Up or down.

 


Marsha Elliott
05/11/16 04:34:52PM @marsha-elliott:

Just beautiful Bob and a real inspiration to hear.

I am a relatively beginner player and I have a technique question. How do you get that beautiful sound that sort of rolls off the strings, for instance on the words "the high" at 0:03 in your recording. I don't know what to call that sound, I just know it makes the tune sound oh so much more scottish.


pamiloo
12/26/15 02:59:55PM @pamiloo:

Sounds beautiful!  I love it!

 


Bob Reinsel
12/11/15 11:58:02AM @bob-reinsel:

Thank-you all.  This recording is actually a sound test of a new instrument that I just finished.  More on that in a bit.


Lexie R Oakley
12/11/15 11:24:13AM @lexie-r-oakley:

Bob you played this beautifully, the song is a classic.


Dusty Turtle
12/11/15 04:22:17AM @dusty-turtle:

Thoroughly enjoyable, Bob.  I like some of the chords you use here. And you have a nice, relaxed style of play that nonetheless stays on beat.


Gordon Hardy
12/10/15 10:48:20PM @gordon-hardy:

Very nice Bob, truly a classic.