Bagpipe is a woodwind instrument using reeds fed from a constant reservoir of air in the form of a bag. The Scottish Great Highland bagpipes are considered to be the best bagpipes all over the Europe, northern Africa, western Asia, including Anatolia, and around the Persian Gulf. A wind instrument consisting of a reed melody pipe and from one to five drones with air supplied continuously either by a bag with valve-stopped mouth tube or by bellows —often used in plural a bagpipes for sale almost consists of an air supply, a bag, a chanter and 1 to 5 drone
The most common number of drones is almost 3 drones. These drones maintain properly, held in wooden sockets-connectors and these pipes are attached with the bag. Which is inflated either by the mouth or by bellows strapped to the body. Melodies are played on the finger holes of the melody pipe, or chanter, while the remaining pipes, or drones, sound single notes.
During the British empire, spearheaded by British military forces that Included Highland regiments, the Scottish Great Highland Bagpipe was became famous world-wide. This surge in popularity was promoted by large numbers of pipers trained for military service in 2nd World War. This surge coincided with a decrease in the popularity of many traditional shapes of bagpipe throughout Europe, which began to be displaced by instruments from the classical tradition and later by gramophone and radio
Bagpipes are considered by the model of the British military, a number of police forces in Scotland, Canada, Australia, and the United States also formed pipe bands. The Dayside Police Pipe band is still in existence, was founded in 1905.