The Abbott reed's wide blades accomodate more air, which increases ouput volume and fullness. The design is ideal for those stronger blowers who have had difficulty with practice reeds "shutting off" during embellishments.
A clear bladed easy blowing practice chanter reed that will work in all practice chanters. It is very warm in tone and a bit quiet.
Full bodied reed, ideal for players who take a strong practice chanter reed. Works well in all practice chanters. It is a louder reed and very stable...very consistent from reed to reed.
Stable easy blowing practice chanter reed that is quiet and takes little air pressure. Works in most every brand of practice chanter.
Made in Northern Ireland by Warnock Reedmaker The Warnock practice reed has a classic shape with long, narrow blades. This has been a popular reed in the industry for years. It is particularly suited to softer blowers.
Mellow in tone, works well in most practice chanters and takes very little air.
The Gibson reed's wide blades accommodate more air, which increases ou-put volume and fullness.
The design is ideal for those stronger blowers who have had difficulty with practice reeds "shutting off" during embellishments. An elastic band is highly recommended.
Made in the U.S. by Andrew Hagen.This outstanding practice chanter reed is full and vibrant. Outstanding tone, and volume needing little air. Especially good for long version practice chanters.
Not sure which practice chanter reed to get for your chanter? This assortment can help. A selection of reeds from our current stock will give you a variety to choose from.
This wide bladed reed is a great match for most practice chanters. you enjoy the enhanced volume created by the reed's design.
Very easy strength reed and quiet. Ideal for those not wanting to make to much sound....works very well in all practice chanters!!
Made in Canada by John Walsh BagpipesThe Walsh practice reed has a traditional long, narrow profile. It is particularly excellent for softer blowers and is a nice, consistent reed. It may be the most popular practice chanter reed on the market today.