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If the main purpose of your site is getting hired for an event or as an instructor, submit the site to the "For Hire" subcategory.

1) It should be a SOLO artist. Bands have a category of their own.

2) Title should be: "Surname, Name - Type of pipes played"

3) If you don''t follow this, the site review may be delayed considerably.


Do not submit sites that are under construction
You may only submit if the site already has some content worth seeing (more than just an index file, for a start). If you submit the site and it doesn''t have worthwhile content, it shall be removed.

Bagpipe solo players (bands should go to the Bagpipe: bands category). If the main purpose of your site is getting hired for an event or as an instructor, submit the site to the "For Hire" subcategory.
Asian bagpipe bands
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Contains organizations and societies specializing in bagipies from around the world.
Sites may promote or illustrate the products of an instrument maker, ONLY IF there is some information on the process of making the bagpipe.

For sites on the making of more than one kind of instrument, please submit to Arts: Music: Instruments: Makers.

Sites selling online, without material on building instruments and reeds, should be submitted to the correct category within Shopping: Music: Instruments: Winds: Bagpipe.

Wholesalers and distributers should be submitted to Business: Arts and Entertainment: Music: Wholesale and Distribution.

Stores that do not sell online should be submitted to the correct location within Regional.

Repair sites should be sent to Arts: Music: Instruments: Repair.

For sites that write ABOUT making the pipes, and not only about selling the made pipes. This includes forums, newgroups and mailing lists.
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