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McCallum Bagpipes has added a new range of black Acetyl bagpipes to our selection of products. Highly durable and capable of withstanding exposure to extreme hot and cold temperatures, the black Acetyl is a great choice of bagpipe for punishing parades and the demands of learner pipers. The range is backed up with a no quibble 10 year guarantee and are very attractively priced.
You can find out more about our black Acetyl bagpipe range in our new brochure available to view now.
McCallum Acetyl Bagpipes Video
This video is also available on the McCallum Bagpipes YouTube channel.
McCallum Bagpipes is delighted to announce the launch our brand new website, which went online on Wednesday 22nd June, 2011.
The new design by Scott Currie Web Design coincides with the release of our updated product range. The website is now more interactive than ever and features our stunning new digital brochure by DesignFolk, as well as new high definition video footage by Paul Russell embedded throughout for you to enjoy. Visitors will have the opportunity to see more, hear more and learn more about McCallum Bagpipes than ever before.
Make sure to subscribe to our new RSS feed and social media for instant notifications of news updates from the McCallum Bagpipes factory showroom.
McCallum Bagpipes was recently awarded first place in the annual Business Excellence Awards for Ayrshire, beating a multinational company into second place. The award covered a range of organisations of all sizes, including industry and service providers.
At a dinner held at Ayr Racecourse, McCallum Bagpipes directors Kenny MacLeod and Stuart McCallum were presented with the award by TV personality Fred MacAulay and the current Miss Scotland.
McCallum Bagpipes has launched a new fan page on the social networking website Facebook.
Our page will feature all the regular news found on the website, as well as videos and pictures from events associated with McCallum Bagpipes. You will also be able to interact with us and comment on the media we post.
Next time you’re on Facebook, make sure to ‘like’ McCallum Bagpipes on Facebook.
McCallum Bagpipes had an unusual visit from a film crew making the latest episode of a hit US TV show on Friday 26th November, 2010.
Syfy’s Ghost Hunters International features a squad of paranormal investigators who use their principles of scientific techniques, to explore some of the most legendary haunted spots around the world. Each week the team travels to the far corners of the globe, searching for answers to bizarre supernatural mysteries.
The show was featuring Inveraray Jail and the producers also wanted to visit a factory where bagpipes are manufactured in Scotland. The show filmed the process of bagpipe making and interviews with Stuart McCallum.
Inveraray & District Pipe Band member Geordie Hunter (who works at McCallum Bagpipes) was filmed playing a tune on the Great Highland Bagpipes and Iain Todd was filmed playing smallpipes.
The show is set to be screened in the USA in February, 2011.