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Shop Our Wide Selection of Bagpipe Supplies AND Get Expert Advice


USA Kilts is proud to support Scottish and Irish bagpipe bands all across the USA as well as individual players. Our customers do it all -- parades, funerals, memorials, competition, session playing, traditional military, contemporary celtic folk, folk rock, even folk metal. If you need parts, support or just some advice on maintenance or which instrument is right for you -- we are here to help. Call our store or e-mail us. our on-staff piper Lucas, (who has been playing since he was just twelve years old) is ready to answer your questions!

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Want to talk to someone who really knows their stuff? Ask for our on-staff bagpipe specialist, Lucas Mitsch. Lucas has been playing Scottish Highland bagpipes since he was twelve. An avid musician and music scholar, he actively composes and teaches private piping lessons here in the Philadephia area. Lucas has been an active member of the Washington Memorial Pipe Band since 2004 and holds the Level 3 Certificate in Piping from the Piping and Drumming Qualifications Board. Additionally, he has served as the Grade V pipe major during competition seasons. Lucas's solo performances include opening for The Tannahill Weavers and playing at the prestigious Kimmel Center (as well as the usual weddings, funerals, private concerts, formal dinners, etc.) Lucas's current instrumental studies have branched into the medieval realm with instruments such as the hurdy gurdy, rauschpfeife, and medieval German bagpipes. He owns and maintains over 20 different sets of bagpipes including Highland pipes, smallpipes and bellows pipes.