#1
If i want to buy new reeds, and the reed seller says "These reeds work well in Warnock, Warmac, Shepherd, McCallum, Gibson, Kron, Naill & Sinclair Chanters" does it matter if my chanter isn' t from any of these brands?
#2
At first I thought it said it wouldn't work with those brands.
How much are they? Can you just try one?
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#3
They are relatively cheap so it isn't that big of a deal, but i'm just wondering.
#4
I've never played a bagpipe, so I wouldn't know. I really want one, though, and a kilt. Gotta represent Scotland.

Try your bagpipe's website, it might have info on the reeds it accepts.
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#5
Yeah but the chanter i have is like the Squier of chanters...it doesn't even have a brand named.
#6
No idea, man. Try a bagpipe forum, I'm sure there's some.
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#8
hey there, if you have ebay pipes, then I suggest saving up for better ones, especially if your serious about playing.

generally, reeds won't be an issue, because if they dont fit either take some hemp off or put some hemp on.

your buying chanter reeds, i assume?

EDIT: I would buy a single reed first, then you can buy a couple more as you need them.

also, are you talking about a practice chanter or a proper pipe chanter.?
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