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Generation Brass Tabor Pipe in D

6 reviews
£12.50
£10.42 excluding VAT (UK Export Price)
SKU GR23009

Generation Brass Tabor Pipe in D - Nickel Plated - popular range of folk whistles made in the UK.

Product Features
  • One of the most popular penny whistles
  • Mellow tone
  • Made in England
Product Specifications
  • Brass tabor pipe
  • Red plastic head
  • Made in: United Kingdom

For more information or further details, please do not hesitate to contact us. 

 

Customer Reviews
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BW
28/05/2022
Ben W.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Great beginner pipe

Really good inexpensive pipe for a beginner.

TT
19/05/2022
Tim T.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Great little tabor pipe

This is a nice little tabor pipe, great for having a bit of fun on. Very good value and easy to play. Arrived promptly too, thanks.

CP
25/08/2021
Christopher P.
United States United States

Unique, if a bit shrill

Generation is best known for their ubiquitous penny whistles, and this shares the identical build quality with different (fewer) hole placement. Unlike the penny whistle, though, a tabor pipe is not often played in the low octave, which means that generally it is quite loud and somewhat shrill - and the overtones get a bit strong the more you overblow for the upper harmonics. A great "starter" tabor, though, and fairly straightforward to learn, particularly for those experienced in penny whistle.

EH
19/08/2021
Elaine H.
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Great puchase

I’m a complete beginner so bought the tabor pipe and instruction book.I’m very pleased with both. I can play a tune of sort already.

DM
24/05/2021
Don M.
New Zealand New Zealand

Generation Brass Tabor Pipe in D

Mine arrived safely on the other side of the world (New Zealand/Aotearoa). A good reasonably priced starting place for anyone curious about learning to play this traditional instrument. There is a 'Taborers' Society' with lots of information for going forward. The fingering is simple and the range is gained by increasing your blow. As you get the hang of it you may be interested in a more expensive instrument or one starting an octave lower. And those folk along at The Early Music Shop are very approachable and helpful.

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