McCallum P2 Black Acetyl Bagpipes
McCallum P2 Black Acetyl bagpipes are manufactured from fully combed and beaded Black Acetyl and feature imitation Ivory projecting mounts, plain alloy ferrules and ringcaps.
Why Choose Acetyl?
They are popular as a starter set, but also as an instrument which can be used for long parades in the Australian climate. They are virtually indestructible, so the worry of any cracks appearing in extreme heat or cold is removed. They are also very easy to clean and maintain, so are the ideal choice as a bagpipe that may be passed on from one band member to another, or one learner to another. Perfect as a starter set before you decide to invest in your particular style of Blackwood bagpipe.
McCallum P2 Black Acetyl Bagpipes have virtually the same sound quality as the Blackwood bagpipes and the drones have identical dimensions to the Blackwood range of McCallum Bagpipes.
There is a great choice of very keenly priced bagpipes in the black Acetyl range. Comes with a backpack case.
- Imitation ivory projecting mounts
- Nickel ferrules
- Nickel ringcaps
- Plastic mouthpieces
- MG drone reeds
- Bannatyne synthetic zipped pipe bag
- Bag zip lubricant
- Bag cover
- McCallum backpack pipe case.
WA Music is not an “online only” business working from a private house, as some customers have asked. WA Music is a large Bona Fide retail business with two large shops in Innaloo, and a warehouse in Osborne Park. Unlike an online only business working from a private house, people interested in bagpipes do NOT need an appointment to visit WA Music and view the range of piping products. Bagpipes can also be demonstrated in-store.
Although WA Music has a large range of products, the owner and director of the company (who is Scottish) has a special interest in bagpipes and played as a boy in Scotland. We would very much like to reach out to the bagpipe community in Australia and we will try to match (or better) any prices on bagpipe products. This is in line with our company philosophy of low prices and high level of customer service, which these days is an essential prerequisite in the Darwinian struggle of Australian music retail.