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There are literally hundreds of types of turn tables. Here are some common ones:

The Irish Uilleann bagpipe

The Northumbrian smallpipe

The Scottish smallpipe

The biniou

French and Occitan bagpipes

The border pipe

The gaita

The Brian Boru bagpipe

Other types

did you mean bagpipes like from Scotland that's what i thought. not turntables. yes.

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