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 Reelpipes.com has been supplying Fred Morrison Reelpipes since 2005 and we are North America's first and most experienced supplier of these instruments.

We have customers all over the World on Fred Morrison Smallpipes, in both bellows-blown and mouth-blown sets in the Keys of A or D, and recently the combination sets with four drones and two chanters have proven very popular, giving customer both A and D smallpipes in one set. McCallum Bagpipes have also released a new bagpipe they call Folk Pipes, which is a mouthblown smallpipe in A440 that is perfect for sessions, kitchen ceilidhs, campfire tunes and airport bars!


Reelpipes.com has been supplying McCallum Bagpipes and related products to customers for some time, and also pipes from Murray Henderson's excellent Strathmore Bagpipes. Both these makes of pipes have winning track records at the highest levels, and a history of superb customer and after-sales service.

Reelpipes.com offers a full range of bagpipe and pipe band supplies, including bagpipe parts and accessories, maintenance supplies,  bagpipe reeds, and services to help make your pipes work and sound better. We don't list everything available, so if you or your band need uniform parts, covers, cords, glengarries, band socks...we can do it.



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Reelpipes.com was pleased to support the two major amateur invitational contests in North America. The Nicol-Brown Amateur Invitational takes place each year in Albany, NY and features 10 of the top players in North America from the previous season. The George Sherriff Memorial Invitational invites its top 10 players (many will play in both events) from across North America to Hamilton, ON, where they compete for great prizes. Reelpipes.com has provided financial and/or prizes for these contests, and Iain MacDonald was one of the adjudicators at this year's George Sherriff Memorial.




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