Many new agaves are on the site now with the addition of hand carved wood mouthpieces. The wood mouthpieces are great to play on and don’t leave a residue after playing like wax does. They also are easy to clean and great for traveling. The openings are sized between 1.2-1.25″ depending on the didge. I am using a variety of woods including Bubinga, Wenge, Zebrawood, Cherry, Padauk, Agave, Mahogany,Shedua and more. Also check out some testimonials from individuals who have recently purchased didgeridoos from me.
This beauty has so much volume and response to it. D has always been a very popular note and always one of my favorites. I remember when I was in a slump playing and a D got me out of my funk. With its thin walls and big bell it projects well and takes hardly any breath to get moving. Great response to any small manipulation and the overtones are also easy to find. This one would be great for performance or playing in drum circles to be heard and with how easy it plays is great for beginner to the most advanced. Just put this up so a sound sample will be on here shortly!
If you haven’t played a deep keyed didgeridoo you are in for a real treat. A# is one of my favorite notes for playing a more meditative ambient style of playing. With it’s light weight, thin walls, and deep resonance this would be perfect didge for players using it for sound healing. These deep keys require very little breath and a slight adjustment in lip buzz as it has so much back pressure. Once it is figured out it is amazing where these deep meditative sounds take the player. With its thin walls it produces quite a bit of volume despite having a smaller bell. Overtones are so easy as well with its taper and length. A#’s are hard to find especially ones that are more portable and weigh so little. A steal at this price for a rare note to find.