KELT BLACK CANE
CARBON FIBRE DRONE REEDS
Check out Lincoln playing his Kelt Black Cane Reeds in his new video. Lincoln plays a 2/4 March he wrote for his father titiled, 'Peter Moir Milne'.
Pipe Major Richard Parkes MBE
"While trialling the Kelt Drone Reeds I was impressed with the harmonic tone which blended well with the chanter to give me a full sounding bagpipe with a resonant bass sound. When I first tried the bass I swapped it back and forth with a cane reed and I could find very little difference. Then I tried the same thing with each of the tenors and again found a very pleasing natural sound with a nice sympathetic blend between tenor and bass. The drones were incredibly steady and I also found that once the reeds got wet, they remained stable. The reeds worked very well in my MacDougall pipes (which are normally quite hard to reed out) and I was happy with how they harmonically supported my chanter. I would consider these to be an impressive set of drone reeds."
Pipe Major Bill Livingstone
"I have played all of the synthetic reeds available. Over the last several weeks I have been using Kelt drone reeds (by Mark Faloon and James Knox). They produce a rich sound, great stability, air efficiency and a tone indistinguishable from quality cane. A bonus feature is the complete ease of strike-in. Simply blowing into the pipe brings the drones up without fail."