Gerry: I received the Pipeline Backpack Case today & transferred my pipes to it. Without question the best bagpipe case I have ever had! Thanks for the quick UPS shipment. Shannon K from my BlackBerry.
Bagpipe Case Backpack Style by Pipers Choice (IN STOCK)
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Shipping Weight:6.00 pounds
Bagpipe Case Backpack Style by Pipers Choice - The case is 27" long and tapers from 12" at the bass to 9" at the top, it is 7" deep. This bagpipe case is one of the most up to date, stylish cases on the market. This bagpipe backpack case will accommodate all styles of pipe bags and systems, including: Ross Canister, Bannatyne, Canmore and leather bags. The bagpipe backpack case features 2 concealable padded shoulder straps and 2 carrying handles. There are internal compartments that provide protection for your chanter and maintenance items.
Available in black or navy blue.
Whats the best way to store my pipes in a Backpack case?
Storing Your Bagpipes Correctly in
Customers come into the shop every day with bagpipes that are nicked,
scratched and have broken and chipped mounts. Most of this damage is done by
incorrectly storing the bagpipes in the pipe case.
Here is an inexpensive way to store and protect your bagpipes, and all you need is a towel.
Open the case
Place a large towel so that it drapes down both sides of the case and covers the bottom.
With the blowpipe and chanter removed, fold the pipe bag under the drones and place on top of the towel.
Tuck the bass drone under the towel. This will separate it from the tenor drones.
Use one flap of the towel to separate each tenor drone and the bass bottom section.
Place the blowpipe and pipe chanter on top of the flap separating the drones and cover with the other flap.
The pipes are covered and all the dead space inside the case is filled. All parts of your bagpipe are now secure and protected.
* Always remove the blowpipe and place a reed protectoron the pipe chanter when storing your bagpipes; it will allow the pipe bag and pipe chanter reed to dry and save the hemp on the blowpipe from rotting.