Canning Drone Reeds
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Designed to recreate the sound of cane, Canning Drone Reeds generate the richest harmonics ever to be created from synthetic reeds. The full bass and resonant tenors together as a set are unrivalled, and this superior quality of sound with the equal quality of production make these the most complete set of drone reeds you will ever purchase.
Set of 3 reeds including 1 bass with polycarbonate tongue and 2 tenors with polycarbonate tongues.
Canning Drone Reeds produce an excellent sound in the R. G. Hardie and Peter Henderson range of bagpipes.