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Didgeridoo #67

  • Key: C
  • Length: 68″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2.5″
  • Bell: 4.25″
  • Mouthpiece: African Mahogany, Walnut, Padauk- 1.2″
  • Wall Thickness: Thick!!
  • Backpressure: Strong
  • Weight: 6 lbs











Sold, Thanks again Todd! in Ooltewah, TN

Didgeridoo #52


  • Key: C#
  • Length: 59″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2.4″
  • Bell: 3.25″
  • Mouthpiece: Walnut, Padauk- 1.2″
  • Wall Thickness: Medium
  • Backpressure: Strong
  • Weight: 3.2lbs


The vocals on this didge are just awesome and sound like they are coming from another place. Really solid, dense, old wood that has so much resonance. This one has a drone with lots of depth with very little breath required and really easy overtones.  I just love these straight old souls and this is perfect for playing into a mic or traveling around. The mouthpiece might be my favorite to date and the photo doesn’t do it justice on just how beautiful this didge is. Registered in perfect C# although they can fluctuate a bit with temps and humidity. A great didge that I highly recommend!



Sold, Thanks again Todd! in Ooltewah, TN

Didgeridoo #25


  • Key: D
  • Length: 62.5″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2.4″
  • Bell: 6″
  • Mouthpiece:  Spalted Maple, Satinwood, Zebrawood- 1.25″
  • Walls: Medium
  • Backpressure: Strong
  • Weight: 2.6lbs


This is a solid didge with dense medium walls and great wood grain. The overtones are really easy and clear and the drone has a nice amount of bass. Little breath required and great sound projection. A nice abstract mouthpiece finishes the didge off and I love the combination of woods.

Sold, Thanks again Gary! in Little Rock, AR


Didgeridoo #39


  • Key: E/D#
  • Length: 64″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2.5″
  • Bell: 7.5″
  • Mouthpiece: African Mahogany, Padauk, Ash, Walnut-1.2″
  • Back pressure: Strong
  • Wall thickness: Medium
  • Weight: 4lbs
  • #39

The hugeness of this didgeridoo is hard to put into words and in person will blow you away.I have made a lot of big bell didges over the years, many being bigger in diameter across, but this one seems like the most massive. The bore size is large enough for me to stick my whole arm up to my shoulder in it. Tons of volume and bass with great vocals and overtones. The old wood grain has a almost a blue grey tint to it at the top and nice coloration in the bell. I have inlaid turquoise also for some added beauty. The mouthpiece is also unique and has some of my favorite woods with great earth tones. This one is a blast to play and will certainly turn some heads. A true Old Soul didge.






Sold, Thanks Tree! In Bristol, VT

Didgeridoo #26


  • Key: B
  • Length:62.5″
  • Mouth on agave: 2.4″
  • Bell: 3.5″
  • Mouthpiece: Canary, Shedua
  • Back pressure: Strong
  • Wall Thickness: Medium
  • Weight: 3.8lbs
  • B#26







Sold, Thanks Chris! in Plantation, FL

Didgeridoo #17


  • 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







Sold, Thanks again Gary! in Little Rock, AR

Didgeridoo #51


  • Key: C#
  • Length: 69″
  • Mouth on agave: 2.4″
  • Bell: 6.25″
  • Mouthpiece: Wenge, Satinwood, Sheuda: 1.2″
  • Wall thickness: Thick!
  • Backpressure: Strong
  • Weight: 4.6 lbs

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.













Sold, Thanks Larry! in Calgary,Canada


Didgeridoo #47


  • Key D#
  • Length: 63.5″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2.25″
  • Bell: 6.75″
  • Mouthpiece: Walnut, Bubinga, Mahogany- 1.2″
  • Wall thickness: Medium
  • Backpressure: Strong

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!

Sold, Thanks Tim! in Roseville, MN

Didgeridoo #24


  • Key: C#
  • Length: 73″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2.25″
  • Bell: 6″
  • Mouthpiece: Satinwood, Padauk- 1.3″
  • Walls: Medium
  • Backpressure: Strong



Sold, Thanks Shakti! in Baton Rouge, LA

Didgeridoo #54


  • Key: D
  • Length: 64:
  • Mouth on Agave: 1.9″
  • Bell: 5.5″
  • Mouthpiece: Mahogany: 1.2″
  • Backpressure: Strong
  • Wall thickness: Thin
  • Weight: 1.7 lbs




Sold, Thanks Charles! in Dallas, TX


Didgeridoo #46


  • Key: C
  • Length: 66.5″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2.5″
  • Bell: 5.7″
  • Mouthpiece: Walnut, Mahogany, Canary- 1.2″
  • Wall Thickness: Thick
  • Backpressure: Strong






Sold, Thanks John! in Tucson, AZ


Didgeridoo #60


  • Key: D#
  • Length: 51″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2.8″
  • Bell: 3.25″
  • Mouthpiece: Canary, Black Limba, Shedua- 1.2″
  • Wall Thickness: Thick
  • Backpressure: Strong
  • Weight: 3.2lbs

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.




Sold, Thanks again Todd! in Ooltewah, TN