McCallum Bagpipes; I use McCallum Bagpipes as well as a McCallum Bb Concert Pitch Chanter.
In particular I have a set of 2015 Stuart Liddell McRae pipes which I find have a solid tone, tune low on the drones with helps with concert pitch and also look beautiful.
I use Shepherd reeds (normal ones) which I find very easily sit in Bb with the McCallum Chanter. They are also the ones most likely to let be attain G#, F Natural and C Natural.
In the drones I Have EzeeDrone reeds.
I have a set of Fred Morrison Reelpipes and I use Ezee Drone Reeds.
You can buy a Bb Blackwood McCallum Pipe Chanter set up personally by myself with my preferred reeds at your preferred strength here.
Another great device I use is the Ayrshire Bagpipe Company's Kwiktune Chanter Stock. Actually designed to help learners with tuning their drones, it cuts off the chanter and allows the correct pressure to be blown for the drones to stay in tune. I use this a lot behind songs, when the chanter isn't needed but the drone is.
Blair Tuners - I always have the portable HBT-3 in my maintenance kit as well as having the app on my iPhone for back up. For bigger projects, I use the Blair Professional Bagpipe Tuner.
I trust Bagpiper Cases to protect my instruments.
Daily use I use the classic case, but for longer tours I will use the Explorer Case or Backpack. I can fit the backpack within another larger luggage which is great for avoiding airline fees. Alternatively, it fits nicely in the overhead locker and there's also plenty of room for my laptop and other essentials.
I also often use the Campbell Tuneable Chanter - a great invention that is essential on certain tours where temperature on stage varies dramatically from gig to gig. It's great to be able to sharpen or flatten without the hassle and danger of removing the chanter.