Pick The Six! It’s back again with $2,500 in prizes for one canny reader!

Published: August 4, 2014
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PickTheSix_newsIt’s the biggest contest in piping and drumming that doesn’t involve actual piping or drumming to determine the winner!

Yes, it’s pipes|drums Magazine’s annual Pick The Six contest in which one perceptive (and not a little lucky) reader will win a wonderful selection of prizes contributed by active advertisers, with a combined retail value of almost $2,500!

Check out this year’s prizes! (Be sure to check back, since we might still add more.)

BagpipeLessons.com a one-year membership to the BagpipeLessons.com Studio. Retail price: $240.

Boderiou Bagpipes one Boderiou poly band pipe chanter. Retail price: $205.

Bruce Gandy Music a six-pack of tunes. Retail price: $42.

Chris Armstrong Bagpipes Set of X-Treme standard drone reeds. Retail price: $130.

Elixir Piping & Drumming A book of the winner’s choice and all corresponding recordings and sheet music of exam pieces from the company’s wide selection of materials. Retail price: approx. $30.

Lee & Sons Bagpipes Any pipe bag of the winner’s choice: sheepskin, goatskin, cowhide with or without zipper and/or grommets. Retail price: $389.

Lyons Bagpipes On set Crozier Carbon Drone Reeds, $110 retail value, and a Moose Valve, $40 retail value.

Mayor Drum Supply Bass section prize pack: Set of Mayor Bass and Tenor Mallets; set of Hosbilt World’s Edition tenor drum heads (1 top head per drum); pair of Hosbilt bass heads with artwork (print ready art to be supplied); Mayor TMD. Total retail value: $1,100.

McGillivray Piping / Pipetunes.ca One copy of Rhythmic Fingerwork ($38); one copy of Piobaireachd Fingerwork ($38); and a $100 Pipetunes gift certificate.

Reelpipes a copy of Fred Morrison’s Outlands Collection ($35) and a copy of Along the Road ($25).

Sound Supreme Precision Made Reeds a half-dozen pipe chanter reeds to whatever strength and make of chanter required. Retail value: $75.

Walsh Bagpipes An adjustable blowpipe and protector so it can be removed from the blowpipe and be stored with the valve protected. Retail value: $135.

 

Help. My. Freakin. Boab! That’s a lot of great merchandise for one super-smart pipes|drums reader.

Now, just go the next page for the rules!

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