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  • Pipers Pal

    Piper's Pal Moisture is critical to the performance of cane reeds. Too much moisture results in mildew formation More

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  • Kinnaird Evolution Drone Reed Instructions

    Kinnaird Evolution Drone Reeds Over 10 years ago, Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds were launched. The original reed More

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  • Piper's Pal Reed Protector

    Piper's Pal Reed Protector Moisture is critical to the performance of cane reeds. Too much moisture results in More

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  • Piper's Pal Retailer/Bands

    Piper's Pal for Bands / Retailers Moisture is critical to the performance of cane reeds. Too much moisture More

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  • Piper's Pal New Recharge Instructions

    New Piper’s Pal (Blue Case) Recharge Instructions Moisture is critical to the performance of cane reeds. Too More

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  • Piper's Pal Reed Protector Recharge Instructions

    Piper’s Pal Reed Protector Recharge Instructions 1. Remove contents of 2 jars attached to the reed protector and More

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  • Piper's Pal Bands Recharge Instructions

    Piper’s Pal Bands/Retailers Stackable Tray Recharge Instructions 1. Remove contents of bottom 2 trays of More

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  • Setting Up Your Drone Reeds

    Setting Up Synthetic Drone Reeds Proper set up of synthetic drone reeds is key to ensuring that they perform and sound More

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  • Kinnaird Kanister Instructions

    Instructions for Kinnaird Custom Kanister System for Zipper Bags To set up the Kanister, hemp the black portion of the More

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  • Tune your Bagpipes With a Chromatic Tuner

    Tuning Your Bagpipes with the Korg Chromatic Tuner One of the most frustrating things for pipers to learn is how to More

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  • Instructions for Replacing Drone Reed Tubing

    Replacing Rubber Tongue Clips on Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds 1. Remove old rubber tubing from reed by cutting More

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  • Instructions for Removal and Replacement of Plastic Drone Reed Screws

    Removal of Stripped Plastic Nose Cone Screws Removal of Stripped Screws: 1. Select a Phillips screwdriver or flat More

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  • Removal and Installation of Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reed Tongues

     Removal and Installation of Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reed Tongues Removal 1. Slide the free end of the tongue More

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  • Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reed Instructions

    Setting Up Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone reeds have been developed and tested to More

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Kinnaird Drone ReedsView All

  • Kinnaird Evolution Drone Reed Instructions

    Kinnaird Evolution Drone Reeds Over 10 years ago, Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds were launched. The original reed More

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  • Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reed Instructions

    Setting Up Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone reeds have been developed and tested to More

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  • Setting Up Your Drone Reeds

    Setting Up Synthetic Drone Reeds Proper set up of synthetic drone reeds is key to ensuring that they perform and sound More

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  • Instructions for Replacing Drone Reed Tubing

    Replacing Rubber Tongue Clips on Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds 1. Remove old rubber tubing from reed by cutting More

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  • Instructions for Removal and Replacement of Plastic Drone Reed Screws

    Removal of Stripped Plastic Nose Cone Screws Removal of Stripped Screws: 1. Select a Phillips screwdriver or flat More

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  • Removal and Installation of Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reed Tongues

     Removal and Installation of Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reed Tongues Removal 1. Slide the free end of the tongue More

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Trouble ShootingView All

  • Trouble Shooting Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds

    This article addresses some of the most commonly asked questions about Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds. 1. Double More

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  • How do I set up my Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds?

    Setting Up Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds. Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone reeds have been developed and tested to More

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  • Reed Squeals and Double Tones

    If your squeals during strike in, check your strike-in technique. Try striking the bag in different locations. Move the More

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  • Piper's Pal Tips

    The Piper's Pal is designed to be portable so that it can be taken with you in your pipe case at room temperature. More

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  • Degerpipes II Manual

    Here is the Manual for the Degerpipes II Electronic More

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  • TechnoPipes Manual

    Technopipes Manual More

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  • Tips for Playing the Enchanter Whistle

    Tips for Playing the Enchanter Whistle 1) First off, don't over blow (hard for a piper!) Whistles take a small More

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  • My tuner does not respond when I plug the microphone clip in.

     -Check to ensure that you have the microphone plugged into the correct input jack on you tuner. All of the Korg More

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Product InformationView All

  • Why Choose Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds?

    The Kinnaird Carbon Fibre drone reeds are the best made reeds on the market today, and also one of the most expensive. More

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  • Selecting Style of Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds

    Recommended Style of Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reed -All Styles are available in Regular or Easy Strength Make of More

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Piper's PalView All

  • Pipers Pal

    Piper's Pal Moisture is critical to the performance of cane reeds. Too much moisture results in mildew formation More

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  • Piper's Pal Reed Protector

    Piper's Pal Reed Protector Moisture is critical to the performance of cane reeds. Too much moisture results in More

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  • Piper's Pal Retailer/Bands

    Piper's Pal for Bands / Retailers Moisture is critical to the performance of cane reeds. Too much moisture More

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  • Piper's Pal New Recharge Instructions

    New Piper’s Pal (Blue Case) Recharge Instructions Moisture is critical to the performance of cane reeds. Too More

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  • Piper's Pal Reed Protector Recharge Instructions

    Piper’s Pal Reed Protector Recharge Instructions 1. Remove contents of 2 jars attached to the reed protector and More

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  • Piper's Pal Bands Recharge Instructions

    Piper’s Pal Bands/Retailers Stackable Tray Recharge Instructions 1. Remove contents of bottom 2 trays of More

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BagpipesView All

  • Deger Electronic Chanter

    The Deger II Electronic Chanter is a great way to practice your tunes quietly. It is small enough to take to the More

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  • History of Bagpipes

    What would give anyone the idea to put some sticks into an animal's stomach and blow on them to make music?? It is More

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  • Beware of eBay Bagpipes

    If you or someone you know are considering purchasing a new set of pipes on eBay to save money, Buyer Beware. If it More

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  • Bagpipe Superstitions

    Piping Superstitions There are superstitions all over the world about pretty much everything - don't step on a More

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  • Mpingo- the Bagpipe Tree

    The Mpingo tree, also called the African Blackwood, is a member of the Rosewood family that grows in the Miombo More

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  • The Piper to the Sovereign

    In 1842, Queen Victoria with her husband Albert, took a trip to Taymouth Castle. She heard John Ban MacKenzie playing More

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  • The Use of Ivory in Bagpipes

    Elephant Ivory mounts, ferrules and ring caps were traditionally used on bagpipes for hundreds of years. However, from More

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  • African Blackwood CITES Requirements

    African Blackwood (Dalbergia melanoxylon) has been added to the Convention of International Trade for Endangered More

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FAQView All

  • Trouble Shooting Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds

    This article addresses some of the most commonly asked questions about Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds. 1. Double More

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  • So You Want to Play Bagpipes

    Learning the bagpipes requires: -A good quality practice chanter -Tutor Book (often comes with audio CD) -Formal More

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  • Resources

    Here are a few resources that you may find helpful: Where to sell bagpipes: Bob Dunsire Forums Highland Dance: More

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  • Terms and Conditions

    Terms & Conditions: -All prices are in Canadian Dollars. GST (Canadian residents) and PST (Saskatchewan residents) More

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  • Getting the Most Out of Your Bagpipe - A Maintenance Checklist

    Getting the Most Out of Your Bagpipe - A Maintenance Checklist In order to get the most pleasure out of playing your More

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  • How do I set up my Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds?

    Setting Up Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds. Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone reeds have been developed and tested to More

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  • How to attach a dycem patch to your bag cover

    Installing a Dycem Patch (Grip for Bagpipe Cover) All dycem patches must be sewn on, they are not self-adhesive. To More

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  • Shipping

    Orders will be confirmed by e-mail. Most orders are shipped within 48 hours. Delivery Standards are as follows (*Please More

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  • Reed Squeals and Double Tones

    If your squeals during strike in, check your strike-in technique. Try striking the bag in different locations. Move the More

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  • Ross Pipe Bag Manual

    Here is a link to a pdf copy of the Ross Suede Pipe Bag More

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  • Bagpipe Basics

    Purchasing Bagpipes, A Must Read Guide Plastic vs. African Blackwood Plastic/Polypenco Pros: · Ease of More

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  • Return Policy

    Satisfaction, Price Match, and Return Policies 1. If you are unsatisfied with products upon receipt, please contact us More

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  • Piper's Pal Tips

    The Piper's Pal is designed to be portable so that it can be taken with you in your pipe case at room temperature. More

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  • Manometer Instructions

    Instructions for Use of Bagpipe Manometer The bagpipe manometer is a tool that is used to quickly and accurately More

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  • Bagpipe Care Instructions

    Here are a few important practices to help keep your new bagpipes in the best condition possible. Oil the Wood More

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  • Degerpipes II Manual

    Here is the Manual for the Degerpipes II Electronic More

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  • Bannatyne Pipe Bag Installation

    Bannantyne Zipper Pipe Bag Before closing your Pipe Bag for the first time it is very important that you lubricate More

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  • Is your Pipebag leaking air?

    The pipe bag is one of the most likely areas to leak air. Any air lost through the bag is air that you have to replace, More

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  • TechnoPipes Manual

    Technopipes Manual More

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  • Maintain the Bagpipe Blowpipe

    Most bagpipe blowpipe problems are caused by a faulty valve. A typical blowpipe valve has a round rubber flapper that More

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  • Tips for Playing the Enchanter Whistle

    Tips for Playing the Enchanter Whistle 1) First off, don't over blow (hard for a piper!) Whistles take a small More

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  • Maintaining the Wood of your Bagpipe

    The wood is the heart of the instrument, and it needs to be in good condition. Check the bores of each section and the More

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  • Hearing Protection while playing bagpipes

    Over the years there has been many discussions if playing in a pipe band can lead to hearing damage or loss. With many More

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  • Healthy Bagpipes

    Playing the bagpipes is a great way to build up your lung capacity and is great for the cardiovascular system, but have More

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  • Chris Apps Videos

        Chris Apps Video about How to Soften a Strong Reed  Chris Apps Video about How to Correct a More

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  • My tuner does not respond when I plug the microphone clip in.

     -Check to ensure that you have the microphone plugged into the correct input jack on you tuner. All of the Korg More

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  • Andrew Lenz's Bagpipe Journey

    Andrew Lenz's Bagpipe Journey - Andrew provides plenty of helpful information about bagpipes. Pipe Bag Size Chart More

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  • Why Choose Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds?

    The Kinnaird Carbon Fibre drone reeds are the best made reeds on the market today, and also one of the most expensive. More

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  • Our Store and Hours

    Kinnaird Bagpipes is a home based business. We have a separate business space and welcome customers to drop in. Staff More

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  • Directions

    From Circle Drive South of 8th Street: Exit onto Circle Drive East toward Yorkton Turn Left onto Boychuck Second Left More

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  • Awards

    2010 SABEX Awards Finalist for Customer Service and Marketing 2009 ABEX (Achievement in Business Excellence) finalist More

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  • Selecting Style of Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reeds

    Recommended Style of Kinnaird Carbon Fibre Drone Reed -All Styles are available in Regular or Easy Strength Make of More

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  • Canada Post Flex Delivery

    Canada Post now offers Flex Delivery within Canada.  Not home during the day to receive shipments? Now you can More

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  • Chanter and Drone Reed Trouble Shooting Guide

    Drone Reed Troubleshooting Guide Reed Squeals 1. Bridle is too tight.- Re tie bridle looser. 2. Tongue is too heavy.- More

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  • Privacy Statement

    Secure Shopping Your credit card information will be encrypted from the moment you enter it until your transaction is More

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  • Sponsorships & Donations

    For the past few years we have offered Sponsorships to Highland Games including trophies, gift certificates and More

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Kinnaird Kanister View All

  • Kinnaird Kanister Instructions

    Instructions for Kinnaird Custom Kanister System for Zipper Bags To set up the Kanister, hemp the black portion of the More

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General Bagpipe TipsView All

  • So You Want to Play Bagpipes

    Learning the bagpipes requires: -A good quality practice chanter -Tutor Book (often comes with audio CD) -Formal More

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  • Getting the Most Out of Your Bagpipe - A Maintenance Checklist

    Getting the Most Out of Your Bagpipe - A Maintenance Checklist In order to get the most pleasure out of playing your More

    • 0 Comments
  • Bagpipe Basics

    Purchasing Bagpipes, A Must Read Guide Plastic vs. African Blackwood Plastic/Polypenco Pros: · Ease of More

    • 0 Comments
  • Bagpipe Care Instructions

    Here are a few important practices to help keep your new bagpipes in the best condition possible. Oil the Wood More

    • 0 Comments
  • Bannatyne Pipe Bag Installation

    Bannantyne Zipper Pipe Bag Before closing your Pipe Bag for the first time it is very important that you lubricate More

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  • Is your Pipebag leaking air?

    The pipe bag is one of the most likely areas to leak air. Any air lost through the bag is air that you have to replace, More

    • 0 Comments
  • Maintain the Bagpipe Blowpipe

    Most bagpipe blowpipe problems are caused by a faulty valve. A typical blowpipe valve has a round rubber flapper that More

    • 0 Comments
  • Maintaining the Wood of your Bagpipe

    The wood is the heart of the instrument, and it needs to be in good condition. Check the bores of each section and the More

    • 0 Comments
  • Hearing Protection while playing bagpipes

    Over the years there has been many discussions if playing in a pipe band can lead to hearing damage or loss. With many More

    • 0 Comments
  • Healthy Bagpipes

    Playing the bagpipes is a great way to build up your lung capacity and is great for the cardiovascular system, but have More

    • 0 Comments
  • Chris Apps Videos

        Chris Apps Video about How to Soften a Strong Reed  Chris Apps Video about How to Correct a More

    • 0 Comments
  • Andrew Lenz's Bagpipe Journey

    Andrew Lenz's Bagpipe Journey - Andrew provides plenty of helpful information about bagpipes. Pipe Bag Size Chart More

    • 0 Comments
  • Chanter and Drone Reed Trouble Shooting Guide

    Drone Reed Troubleshooting Guide Reed Squeals 1. Bridle is too tight.- Re tie bridle looser. 2. Tongue is too heavy.- More

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TunerView All

  • Tune your Bagpipes With a Chromatic Tuner

    Tuning Your Bagpipes with the Korg Chromatic Tuner One of the most frustrating things for pipers to learn is how to More

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Company InformationView All

  • Terms and Conditions

    Terms & Conditions: -All prices are in Canadian Dollars. GST (Canadian residents) and PST (Saskatchewan residents) More

    • 0 Comments
  • Shipping

    Orders will be confirmed by e-mail. Most orders are shipped within 48 hours. Delivery Standards are as follows (*Please More

    • 0 Comments
  • Return Policy

    Satisfaction, Price Match, and Return Policies 1. If you are unsatisfied with products upon receipt, please contact us More

    • 0 Comments
  • Our Store and Hours

    Kinnaird Bagpipes is a home based business. We have a separate business space and welcome customers to drop in. Staff More

    • 0 Comments
  • Directions

    From Circle Drive South of 8th Street: Exit onto Circle Drive East toward Yorkton Turn Left onto Boychuck Second Left More

    • 0 Comments
  • Awards

    2010 SABEX Awards Finalist for Customer Service and Marketing 2009 ABEX (Achievement in Business Excellence) finalist More

    • 0 Comments
  • Privacy Statement

    Secure Shopping Your credit card information will be encrypted from the moment you enter it until your transaction is More

    • 0 Comments
  • Sponsorships & Donations

    For the past few years we have offered Sponsorships to Highland Games including trophies, gift certificates and More

    • 0 Comments
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DrummingView All

  • Pipe Band Drum Tips for beginners

    For beginners just starting with pipe band drumming, it is important to know that drumsticks for pipe bands are More

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More InformationView All

  • Resources

    Here are a few resources that you may find helpful: Where to sell bagpipes: Bob Dunsire Forums Highland Dance: More

    • 0 Comments
  • How to attach a dycem patch to your bag cover

    Installing a Dycem Patch (Grip for Bagpipe Cover) All dycem patches must be sewn on, they are not self-adhesive. To More

    • 0 Comments
  • Ross Pipe Bag Manual

    Here is a link to a pdf copy of the Ross Suede Pipe Bag More

    • 0 Comments
  • Manometer Instructions

    Instructions for Use of Bagpipe Manometer The bagpipe manometer is a tool that is used to quickly and accurately More

    • 0 Comments
  • Canada Post Flex Delivery

    Canada Post now offers Flex Delivery within Canada.  Not home during the day to receive shipments? Now you can More

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Highland DressView All

  • Highland Dress Instructions

    Highland Dress: Hose -The kilt hose (socks) should be 2 to 3 fingers below the knee cap. -There should be consistent More

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  • Kilt Measurement Instructions

    Kilt Measurement Instructions HEIGHT & WEIGHT. Measure your WAIST. Don't be shocked as you wear your kilt More

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  • Additional Kilt Information

    Kilt Pleating: Stripe means that one particular line is centered on every pleat. Sett means that the design More

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  • Sporran

    What's in your sporran? "Sporan" is the Gaelic word for purse. Although not initially part of Highland More

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Celtic JewelleryView All

  • The Benefit of Hallmarked Jewellery

    When purchasing a piece of fine silver, gold, or platinum jewellery, customers want to ensure that they are getting the More

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  • Hidden Meanings in Celtic Jewellery

    When you see a piece of beautiful Celtic jewellery, what is it that catches your eye? Is it the craftsmanship, the More

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  • Celtic Jewellery Meanings

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  • Engagement Rings

    Engagement Rings traditionally were a simple band braided out of copper. In the middle ages, men gave betrothal rings More

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  • The Claddagh

    The Claddagh ring is a traditional Irish symbol consisting of 2 hands holding a heart with a crown representing love, More

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  • Celtic Warrior Shield

    The Celtic Warrior Shield design has become a popular symbol in modern Celtic Jewellery. Before the 8th Century, More

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  • The Tree of Life

    The Tree of Life was a central part of Celtic spirituality. Trees are a source of food, oxygen, and shelter and can be More

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  • Trinity Knot

    The Trinity Knot, or Triquetra, is one o f the most common Celtic knots. Latin  for three cornered, the word More

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  • Celtic Spirals

    The spiral is a truly ancient symbol. It was the earliest decorative ornament to be used in Celtic art. Some suggest More

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  • Gaelic Ring Meanings

    Inspired by ancient Gaelic phrases of love and devotion, these Irish wedding rings are a wonderful highlight to your More

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  • Ogham- the Celtic tree alphabet

    Ogham Script is an early medieval alphabet used primarily to represent the old Irish Language.  Ogham is sometimes More

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  • Celtic Torcs

    Torcs (or torques) were twisted circular pieces of metal most often made of gold, silver, copper or bronze. They were More

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  • Luckenbooth Brooch

    Luckenbooths were originally secured locked shops in the16th century situated in Edinburgh on the Royal Mile.According More

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  • Clan Crest and Coat of Arms

    Clan Products 1. Choose: Scottish, Irish or Welsh 2. If it's Scottish, choose: Crest or Coat of Arms Irish and More

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  • The Heather Plant and its Legends

    Heather is the second most recognizable floral symbol of Scotland, after the thistle. This plant had many practical More

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  • The Royal family and Welsh gold wedding rings

    There is a tradition with the Royal Family of Great Britain to use Welsh Gold in their wedding rings. The tradition More

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Celtic Events and HolidaysView All

  • Highland Games Preparation

    As competition season begins to approach, here are a few tips that may be useful for your Highland More

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  • Celtic Christmas traditions

    Since its early beginnings the Celtic Christian Church drew inspiration on the pagan traditions of the past. Many of More

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  • How to make a unique Celtic Wedding

    If you are planning a themed wedding there could be nothing more special than by giving it a Celtic flavor. Whether you More

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  • Robbie Burns Supper

    2009 marked the 250th birthday of Robbie Burns. Although they began as a small celebration by Burns' friends after More

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  • Celtic Halloween- Samhain

    Halloween has roots in the Celtic celebration Samhain (SOW-in). Samhain means "End of Summer" and is often More

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  • The Battle of Culloden

    The Battle of Culloden The final clash of the Jacobites and Hanoverians on April 16, 1746 was the last battle to be More

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  • Irish Easter Rising

    The Easter Rising of 1916 was the opening event for the Irish War of Independence. Occurring Easter Week in 1916, it More

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  • Kirkin O' The Tartan

    After the Battle of Culloden on April 16, 1746, the English Parliament banned wearing tartan, speaking Gaelic, Scottish More

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  • The Scottish Reformation

    In 2010, Edinburgh celebrated Hogmanay with a theme of "reformation, renewal & resolution". It also More

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  • How to be Authentically Irish on St Patrick's Day

    March 17th is fast approaching. A day when a sea of green can be found in many pubs around the world, when Guinness and More

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  • Michaelmas Day

    Michaelmas Day is the Day of St. Michael and All the Angels. Michael was the Archangel who defeated Lucifer and More

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  • Mothering Sunday

    Mothering Sunday, similar to Mother's Day, also called Mid-Lent Sunday, is observed on the fourth Sunday in Lent. More

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  • Leap Year Love Lore

    Leap Year Love Lore 2016 is a Leap Year.  February 29th, Leap Day, is filled with traditions and More

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Celtic PeopleView All

  • How the Bagpipes Motivated Troops in War

    Pipers were present in clan battles nearly 3000 years ago and continue to be present in war today. There were pipers in More

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  • How the Celts helped Build Canada

    In the beginning, Canada was a vast piece of land that had barely been examined. Many of the first explorers were Scots More

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  • Robbie Burns

    "The Ploughman Poet" Robert Burns was born on January 25, 1759. He was a poet and lyricist who inspired many. More

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  • Saint Patrick

    Saint Patrick was born in 387 AD, and died March 17, 461. At the age of 16, Patrick was captured by Naill of the Nine More

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  • St. Andrew

    To The End of the Earth St. Andrew, one of the apostles, was a humble fishermen in Galilee. Andrew was sentenced to More

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  • Guy Fawkes and The Gunpowder Plot

    In 1605, 13 conspirators planned to kill King James I & VI, his family, and most of the aristocracy by blowing up More

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  • Saint Dwynwen

    Most of us are familiar with St. Valentine, but did you know that Wales has its own Patron Saint of Lovers? Dwynwen More

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  • Valentine's Day's connection to Scotland and Ireland

    There were three saints named Valentine. One was a Roman priest, another a Bishop in Terni, and the third died in More

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  • Mary Queen of Scots

    Mary Stewart was born December 8, 1542 at Linlithgow Palace to King James V of Scotland and his French wife Mary of More

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  • The Real Macbeth

    Macbeth was an 11th Century Scottish King.  His reign was a lengthy 17 years, but his achievements have been More

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  • The Curse of the Scottish Play MacBeth

    Macbeth was an 11th Century Scottish King. His reign was a lengthy 17 years but his achievements have been clouded by More

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  • JM Barrie and Peter Pan

    Sir James Matthew Barrie was born in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland on May 9, 1860. He was the 9th of 10 children. When More

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  • Groundskeeper Willie

    Groundskeeper Willie was named "The Most Instantly Recognizable Scot in the World" by Times in 2005. More

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OtherView All

  • 21 Facts You May Not Know About Guinness

    Looking for the perfect pour? How long should it take? Do good things happen to those who wait? The next time you and More

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  • Ireland's Ancient Treasures

    Three of Ireland's greatest treasures are on display at the National Museum in Dublin. The Tara Brooch, Ardagh More

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  • Gretna Green- Scotland's Wedding Destination

    In 1754, England past a law preventing marriage under the age of 21 without parental consent. In Scotland, the legal More

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  • Whisky Smuggling

    Whisky Smuggling Despite its criminal aspect, whisky smuggling was seen as an honourable career in the late 18th and More

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  • Loch Ness Monster

    The Loch Ness Monster first made its "appearance" in 565 in St Columba's biography, but it was more More

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  • Welsh Mining Superstitions

    Wales has a large mining community that brings with it many superstitions. Here are some of them: If a miner saw a pig More

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  • Scottish Sorcery

    Scottish Sorcery When you think "witch", what comes to mind? A wart faced old woman in a black dress with a More

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Video Contest View All

  • Video Contest Details

    THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. Kinnaird Bagpipes is holding a Video Contest from June 3rd to July 3rd.  The video More

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  • Video Submission- Mike Powell

    Here's a submission for our June 2013 Video Contest by Mike More

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  • Video Submission- Mike Powell #2

    Here is a second video submission from Mike More

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  • Video Submission- Perry Prescott

    Here's a video submission by Perry More

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  • Video Submission- Alyx Blockley

    Here's a video submission by Alyx More

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  • Video Submission- Samuel Ward

    Here's a video submission by Samuel More

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  • Video Submission- Micah Babinski

    Here is a video submission by Micah More

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  • Video Submission- Ian Spencer Williams

    Here is a video submission from Ian Spencer More

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  • Video Submission- William Stuart

    Here is a video submission from William More

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