R. G. Hardie Infinity B Flat Plastic Pipe Chanter
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The Infinity Bb pipe chanter was designed by Alastair Dunn and R.G. Hardie & Co. Champion Connor Sinclair. Compared to a modern pitch pipe chanter, this chanter profile has a larger shaft diameter, inspired by a 1970’s R.G. Hardie Pipe Chanter, and with small finger holes that are spaced for comfortable playing.
The chanter has been optimised to use a standard modern pipe chanter reed to pitch in the key of B flat, rather than a long bladed Bb reed.
This chanter is the perfect choice for pipers and pipe bands wishing to play in military tattoos and accompany other instruments.
“Projection. Stability. Pitch.”