Ken’s pipes are a set of Scottish small pipes made by Kevin Kehrly in Pennsylvania – that hot-bed of Scottish culture. They are based on a 17th century drawing, with the exception that they have been customized as mouth-blown pipes rather than bellows-blown. They are maple, with faux ivory mounts and have a tenor, bass and baritone drone. They are pitched in A with the drones tuned to 1, 5 and 8 (A, E and A). Designed for indoor playing with other folk instruments, these pipes are part of the family known as diminutive pipes, popular because they can be played near where there are people.