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McCallum AB3 Blackwood Bagpipes
McCallum AB3 Blackwood Bagpipes


 
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Our Price: $1,295.00



Availability:: Usually Ships in 12 Weeks
Product Code: AB3


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Imitation ivory projecting mounts, Imitation Ivory ferrules, imitation ivory ringcaps, nickel slides and imitation ivory bushes. Fully combed. Supplied as standard with beaded imitation ivory ferrules, nickel slides and imitation ivory ringcaps, imitation ivory bushes, imitation ivory and nickel mouthpiece,and McCallum Plastic Pipe Chanter.

Your metalwork can either be plain or engraved.

Your new set of McCallum Bagpipes are guaranteed for a period of Five years from the date of purchase, provided proof of purchase is available or, alternatively, Five years from the date of manufacture stamped on the bass mid joint pin. All mounts are threaded on.

The Price Listed for the your bagpipe include,

Polypenco Pipe Chanter,
Bannatyne Synthetic Pipe Bag,
Corduroy Pipe Bag Cover,
Silk Drone Cords,
Ezee Drone Drone Reeds.

Of course you have the opportunity to set up the pipes in any way that you like!!

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