Uilleann Reeds and Playing Manual


Uilleann Reeds

for uilleann chanter, uilleann drones and uilleann regulators


no410011.jpg (5061 bytes)UIL30A. Uilleann chanter reed (plastic). Thread wound.  Length: 2". By Roosebeck. $7 Currently NA.



UIL30B. The plastic uilleann chanter reed from Bagpipes Galore! Our new ones are three-colored as shown at left. We recommend that all buyers of uilleann pipes get this fine Scottish-made reed. Length: 3". $32



Drone and regulator reeds by Roosebeck (Mid-East):

UIL30B. Bass drone reed (cane): $5
UIL30C. Tenor drone reed (cane): $5
UIL30D. Baritone drone reed (cane): $5
UIL30E. Regulator reed (plastic): $5 All three regulators take this reed.



The Davy Spillane uilleann pipe manual. 

IM70. The Davy Spillane Uilleann Pipe Tutor by Davy Spillane. This book, by Ireland's best-known and most innovative uilleann pipe player, is designed for complete beginners on this ancient instrument. Fingering chart, parts of the pipes, how to hold the pipe, reeds, notation, hints on playing, history, and 42 tunes to play (these tunes have great Irish  names!). Size 8 1/4 x 11 3/4", 48pp. $18




If you are a beginner, click here for information on these pipes

Assembly Hints for Your Uilleann Pipes


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