Identifying Granger And Campbell Bagpipes

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Grainger Campbell George Grainger and Neil Campbell founded the business in 1946. Their bagpipes and chanters were very highly respected and enjoyed great popularity in the 1960 's and early 1970 's. The business closed in 1989. The style of the bagpipe changed dramati.y over the years. They ranged from an .Grainger and Campbell made bagpipes in Glasgow from . Some notable points in their history: 1952 - G C took over Duncan MacRae 's shop in Glasgow. 1962 - Donald MacLeod becomes manager of the shop. 1980 - Donald MacLeod retires, Robert Wallace and Sir Patrick Grant take over. This set is . - In September of 1999, I posted messages onto the rec.music.makers.bagpipe Internet newsgroup asking for help identifying my set. I got answers claiming That is, made by the business Grainger Campbell, founded in 1946 by George Grainger and Neil Campbell, and closed in 1989. Another re.er . - I was recently handed a set of bagpipes and asked to determine the value. My first impression was that they were just a cheep set of. Pakies. However, after a closer look and a little searching and having just read Andrew Lenz 's article which include "Grainger and Campbell" references,I 'm thinking I need to .

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