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Pipers: When selecting and setting reeds (chanter & drone) always take time. There is no such thing as a “plug & play” reed – just ask any professional. We are always making the slightest of adjustments to achieve the maximum from the instrument.
Murray Henderson, Kirriemuir, Scotland

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