Half Price Sale! Irish Bodhran Beaters (Tippers)
These drumsticks are widely called tippers in the US, but in Ireland
they call them beaters (in English).
In Irish Gaelic a beater is called a cipín (pronounced kip'-een).
This is a good chance to stock up on various kinds of tippers .
Note: Coloring of wood may vary. Sizes of photos are not all in proportion; please check stated measurements.
Prices below are regular prices; take half when you order.
BT1. Slim beater, light weight, with straight sides and center groove for better grip. A good beater for beginners. 9 1/2" long, 9/16" thick. Regular price $6
BT2A. Standard two-knob beater. Good for beginners. 9" long, 7/16" thick. $7
BT2B. Medium length. 8" long. Some of these are the same thickness as the BT2A, and some are a bit thinner. Please state your preference, if you have one! Regular price $7
BT2C. Short length, thinner than the BT2A. 7 1/4" long. Regular price $7
BT3. Three-knob beater. This is a popular beater because it gives the greatest volume of sound of all our beaters, and is solid and weighted in your hand. Our talented young bodhran-playing friend in Texas thinks this is the greatest beater that was ever made, and he used to practically strong-arm our customers at the Arlington Scottish show to buy it! Coloring can vary. 9 1/2 " long. Regular price $8
BT4. Beater with raised circle and round knobs. Light weight. About 9" long. Regular price $7
BT5. Rosewood beater with double raised circles in center. 9" long. Regular price $7
BT6. Rosewood beater with single raised circle, tapered ends. 9" long. Regular price $7
BT7. Rosewood beater with smooth hold and tapered ends. 8 1/4" long. Regular price $7
BT9. This beater with a dip in the center of the shaft has a nice feel, we think. Light-colored wood. Imported from Ireland. 8" long. Regular price $12
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