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Wallace Poly Pipe Chanter
The Wallace Poly pipe chanter was developed by Craig Munro, who also plays with St. Laurence O'Toole and the Red Hot Chilli Pipers. This is the chanter included with Wallace bagpipes. Made in Scotland.
Naill Polypenco Pipe Chanter
This version of the Naill Poly Pipe Chanter is considered best for soloists, and it's the one that comes standard on most Naill bagpipes. The Naill Poly chanter has excellent harmonics and is very responsive. Naill pipe chanters are made in England by David Naill & Co.
Gold Wool Necktie The Gold tie gives a distinctive look and works with tartans with gold tones. Neckties are part of the Highlander Collection from Lochcarron of Scotland. These look great when worn by pipers and pipe bands with an Argyle jacket and/or a 5 button vest.
Features of the Lochcarron Solid Color Neckties:
MG Carbon White Mamba Drone Reeds
MG Carbon reeds are designed to deliver stability and tone and have been nicknamed White Mambas. The plastic bodies and carbon fiber tongues help play through moisture. The powerful sound of carbon fiber is softened in the tenors, with a specially shaped tongue. This results in better balance between bass and tenors. Designed and manufactured by Rory Grosart, in partnership with McCallum Bagpipes.
Features of MG White Carbon Drone Reeds:
Naill Polyenco Band Pipe Chanter
Naill's Poly Band Chanter is a version of Naill's Poly Chanter, redesigned specifically for pipe band use. The Poly chanter was rebalanced with expert input from Simon Fraser University Pipe Band's Terry and Jack Lee. The result is a louder chanter with a slightly higher pitch than the solo Poly version. Naill chanters are made in England by David Naill & Co.
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