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Gibson Standard Poly Practice Chanter
- SUPERIOR QUALITY - Gibson's long Poly practice chanter has been engineered to achieve great balance and pitch.
- ENHANCED FEATURES - Countersunk finger holes ensure precise, reliable tuning.
- LONG CHANTER - The overall length of this chanter is 17.25”.
- PLEASING TONE - Practice shouldn't be a chore. Gibson practice chanters have a reputation for quality tone.
- PROUD HISTORY - Gibson practice chanters are made by Gibson Bagpipes in the USA.
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Practice chanters are used by people who are learning to play the bagpipe and by experienced pipers. The practice chanter is played using the same fingering as the pipe chanter and it also uses a double blade reed like the pipe chanter. But the practice chanter is a lot quieter and takes a lot less effort to play than the pipe chanter.
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They are very well balanced, and in tune right out of the box. They sound good with the Gibson PC reeds (really made by Greg Abbott), and even though I love them, I think the Walsh PC reeds aren't right for this. The BEST sounding reed is the new cane (yes, I said cane) practice chanter reed made by Chris Apps, but it's pretty expensive. The Gibson reed sounds fine, and no tape will be needed with that combo.