Bagpipe and Practice Chanter Cases
Practice Chanter Cases (Bags)
These are all made in Scotland out of a tough material that is flock-backed black vinyl, to simulate leather.
Irish flutes and low whistles will fit styles CC2, CC3 and CC4.
CC4. Budget practice chanter case is made of black nylon fabric, lightly padded, with Velcro closure on flap. This case is long enough for a standard chanter; a long chanter has to be taken apart to go in. It's wide enough for two standard chanters side by side, or the two parts of a long chanter. Inside measurements: 22" x 4". $12
This tough nylon case with a music motif is just the thing for carrying your music books
around. If you wrap the two pieces of your practice
chanter in a cloth, you can put that into this bag as well. Size: 15" x 11."
fabric, sewn tape edges, Velcro closure, handles. There is a small clear plastic pocket on
the back outside that will take your business card, or card with your name and address.
Made in Scotland.
CC5A. Green. $14
CC5B. Black. $14
Quilted Fabric Bagpipe Case
PC3. Budget bagpipe carrying case. Tough quilted black nylon, nylon zipper with metal zipper pulls, carrying handles. 24 1/2" long, 6" wide, 6" high. The zipper goes all along the length on top. A fullsize set of highland pipes goes easily into this case. $25
Hard Case for Standard Bagpipes
PC4. Hard case for standard bagpipes. Black exterior with pebble-grain appearance, black plush lining with interior padded sides. Polished chrome-colored closures with key lock. Inside measurements 23" x 7" x 5". $84
Interior view of PC4.
We also have a roomy hard case on our uilleann pipes page, at $84. It
looks exactly like the black case above, but is larger.
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