- Key: A#
- Length: 64.5″
- Mouth on Agave: 2.25″
- Bell: 3″
- Mouthpiece: Canary, Padauk, Ash-1.2″
- Wall thickness: Thin
- Back pressure: Very Strong
- Weight; 3.2lbs
I remember finding this one and instantly knowing that it would become a great didgeridoo. Very thick wood for an agave with a weathered yet polished look with the bug holes and cracks on the exterior. I can’t say enough about how this one plays. It practically plays itself with very little breath required and has such a strong resonance. The overtones are crystal clear and vocals really pop. This would be great for the most advanced player but also for someone who has never picked up a didgeridoo to learn on. Finishing it off are some of my favorite woods that compliment the uniqueness of this didge.
I have been traveling around with this didge for some time. I made it many years ago when I was still using beeswax. Recently added the wood mouthpiece and another coat of resin. A nice solid Old Soul with such an easy full drone with great balance.Easy to reach overtones and vocals really project with that nice bell. A really solid didge!
When I worked at Gibson Guitar my favorites were always the smaller Robert Johnson models. I have a similar affinity for these smaller didges and love the way this one plays. This has a nice big bore with thicker walls with great balance. For being a smaller didge it puts out a lot of volume and would be a great performance didge to mic especially if you are playing in a confined place with lots of other players. Great vocals and tons of resonance when I play this one I am instantly taken to a different place. Great for the traveler,hiker,camper too.