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very good easy reed
Posted by Max S on 16th Oct 2021
This is a very nice reed with good stability and tonal quality. It works great in my McCallum CEOL chanter. I highly reccomend it.
Posted by Scott Stewart on 22nd Jun 2021
Simply stated this is the best reed I have ever played! Just perfect in my Kyo chanter.
J Higgins pipe chanter reeds
Posted by Dan Chaffee on 11th Aug 2020
Excellent reeds. They are easy to work with to provide a great, balanced sound in my chanters and can outlast many other reeds. If they are a bit in the difficult side, it's easy to get them down to manageable blowing strength if you are careful with the knife.
Old Hardie Chanter
Posted by William T Jones on 2nd May 2020
After several failed attempts to find a modern reed that would balance properly in a Hardie Chanter that is over 40 years old, I found the Higgins medium to be very good with this flatter toned chanter.
HIGGINS PIPE CHANTER REED
Posted by Unknown on 28th Mar 2020
As usual, the Higgins Reed is perfect.
Great sound and solid reed
Posted by Pete V on 5th Mar 2020
Just got a compliment on the robust sound last week from another piper- Very well made and responsive - played right out of the box
Easy to play
Posted by Unknown on 31st Jul 2018
Comfortable sound without many adjustments on it before play. Could be matched with a number of different brands chanter.
Posted by Ken Bilodeau on 9th Mar 2018
I realize that a certain amount of variation in the blow strength required is inherent in products of this type. However, there must be some test and standards that are used in determining the strength of the reeds. I have found that your products are very good but that you can do some work in reducing the variability and identification of the products that you are selling. I find it questionable to see my pipe major having to go through a box of reeds by blowing them one by one to find a reed suitable for an individual. Unfortunately, he has to do this for every reed request that he has to fulfill. Strength standards and identification would go a long way to improve your product. (John's reply: It's the age old problem of trying to standardize natural products (cane density), construction, and what each person feels is a certain strength).