2019 R.G. Hardie ‘Infinity’ Pipe Chanter with Reed Protector and Storage Case

From: $169.99

The R.G. Hardie ‘Infinity’ Pipe Solo Chanter is the new top of the line chanter made by the famous R.G. Hardie & Sons pipemaker in Glasgow, Scotland.  The chanter is available in two options: synthetic plastic material polypenco or blackwood.  R.G. Hardie chanters have been played top pipers and pipe bands around the world to win top prizes.  The chanter gives a warm, bright and clear sound with all makes of reeds.

• Blackwood Infinity chanter includes deluxe storage case and chanter cap
• Polypenco Infinity chanter includes storage tube and chanter cap

This revolutionary new design marks a breakthrough in chanter technology.  After more than five years of research and testing, the new design has dramatically smaller holes and closer spacing for maximum comfort, ease of playing, and increasing clarity of execution.  The smaller holes are easier to cover and make it easier to play more difficult tunes with greater precision and with cleaner technique.  The holes are up to 40% smaller than on other comparable pipe chanters.

Available for immediate ordering.  When in stock, chanters ship on the same or next business day, otherwise, chanters ship in 1-3 weeks.

Scroll down to watch a video of Callum Beaumont playing this chanter.

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The R.G. Hardie ‘Infinity’ Pipe Solo Chanter is the new top of the line chanter made by the famous R.G. Hardie & Sons pipemaker in Glasgow, Scotland.  The chanter is available in two options: synthetic plastic material polypenco or blackwood.  R.G. Hardie chanters have been played top pipers and pipe bands around the world to win top prizes.  The chanter gives a warm, bright and clear sound with all makes of reeds.

• Blackwood Infinity chanter includes deluxe storage case and chanter cap
• Polypenco Infinity chanter includes storage tube and chanter cap

This revolutionary new design marks a breakthrough in chanter technology.  After more than five years of research and testing, the new design has dramatically smaller holes and closer spacing for maximum comfort, ease of playing, and increasing clarity of execution.  The smaller holes are easier to cover and make it easier to play more difficult tunes with greater precision and with cleaner technique.  The holes are up to 40% smaller than on other comparable pipe chanters.

Here’s a video of Callum Beaumont playing the blackwood version of this chanter.