Pipe Chanter Split Stock
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The R.G. Hardie plastic pipe chanter split stock set allows the chanter to be removed without damaging the reed. This is an excellent product for beginners or young pipers who have a tendency to chip the corner off the reed when removing the chanter from the stock. It will help save money on reeds which are becoming increasingly more expensive.
The set allows the piper to use 2 chanters in the same bag and comes complete with:
1 Stock Body
2 Reed Covers
2 Reed proectors
Superb combing and beading finish and available in a range of ferrules to match your bagpipes.