Folk & Acoustic Musical Instrument Specialists

Try the instruments for yourself! We keep a huge and varied stock of new and secondhand instruments.


Definition: The first of the modern European free reed instruments. a block of 10 or more double sided reeds, mouth blown. diatonic scale.

Read the full Harmonicas FAQ Page.
Price: $32.95

Zoom In
Glenluce Practice Chanter, Rosewood &Ivo Rosewood with imitation ivory mounts, in Bb. Complete with reed

Glenluce Practice Chanter, Rosewood &Ivo

Rosewood with imitation ivory mounts, in Bb. Complete with reed

Item ID: GR26017   Model No: ABBEY   
    Product Features
  • Time honoured traditional design
  • Great low cost way into playing the great highland bagpipes
  • Ideal for students
    Product Specifications
  • With a traditional tone and fairly low volume. Great for practice!
  • Made in: Pakistan
  • Model Number: ABBEY
Order online or call us today, toll free, to place your order or speak to one of our friendly staff for more information.
1 877 866 3936
When placing your order online, you can use the 'Comments' box to mention any colour preferences (if a choice is shown) or additional information.
Visa Payments Accepted Online Mastercard Payments Accepted Online American Express Payments Accepted Online Discover Payments Accepted Online Paypal Payments Accepted Online

Practice Chanters Information

The practice chanter has a narrower bore than a pipe chanter, and is cheap and quiet enough for use in the home. A practice Chanter is the best way for a beginner to learn tunes, this lets you concentrate on the notes without having to worry about keeping the bag full and steady pressure going.
Click through to our Bagpipes Information Page
Glenluce: Reliable Scottish and Irish traditional Instruments at economical prices   View all Glenluce Bagpipes   View all Glenluce Products

The Glenluce instruments are made for us in Pakistan, with a solid wood rim, and natural goat skin. Despite the low price, they are extremely reliable and the skins stay on well. The makers have developed the range and listened to input from players, and this has resulted in some great sounding new Bodhrans