Ezeedrone Absorption Drone Reeds
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Perennial favourites Ezeedrone have for many years set the standards in synthetic drone reeds and this new set for 2015 takes their reeds to a new level.
The new Increased Water Absortion set features an inverted bass reed and standard tenors made from a sophisticated material that absorbs moisture. This allows the reed to last longer without the effects of moisture upsetting the reed and putting the drones out of tune. These reeds were secretly played by top solo pipers during the 2014 season with superb results.
More reliable than cane with less susceptibility to moisture and climate, Ezeedrone reeds are easily adjusted using a screw fitting to change the pitch of the reeds.