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Didgeridoo #45

  • Key: D
  • Length: 64″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2″
  • Bell: 6.75″
  • Mouthpiece: African Mahogany-1.2″
  • Backpressure: Strong
  • Wall Thickness: Thin
  • Weight: 2lbs

The first thing you will notice on this on is the sexy curves that is has. A really nice long neck that explodes to a great  bell. I used a clear Shellac for the French Polish on this one and it really enhances the bell that looks like an abstract painter had a part in creating it. Extremely responsive and barely any breath required with the thin walls and strong backpressure. This would be a great one for the beginner didge player as it will really speed up your learning process but also great for any level player. Really easy overtones and great loud vocals this has great balance and you can’t lose with the solid key of D.

 

 

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Sold, Thanks Stoey! in Nashport, OH

Didgeridoo #24

  • Key: D#
  • Length: 65.5″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2.25″
  • Bell: 9.5!!”
  • Mouthpiece: Wenge, Satinwood, Cocobolo, Zebrawood- 1.2″ opening
  • Wall thickness: Medium
  • Backpressure: Strong
  • Weight: 3.5 lbs

 

My drive back from this harvest was a bit dangerous as  I couldn’t stop looking in the back of my wagon in awe of this stalk. I even had to pull over a few times to admire it and measure it again and again with a big smile on my face. The unique quality about a didge like this is that to find a 9.5″ bell it usually would be too large to make a didge as the big ones taper slower. This one on the other hand just explodes near the bell. This explosiveness also translates to how it plays. Tons of capabilities and the first time I got to play it I was feeling like I had started playing didge again for the first time with such excitement. Being such a special stalk I decided to use some of my favorite woods that really accent each other and add to the beauty of this didge. This one plays with ease being ideal for the beginner to the most advanced.

 

 

 

 

 

Sold, Thanks again Gary! in Little Rock, AR

Didgeridoo #26

  • Key:C
  • Length: 62″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2.6
  • Bell: 3.6″
  • Mouthpiece: Macacauba, Cocobolo, Padauk, Walnut, African Mahogany- 1.2″ opening
  • Wall Thickness: Thick
  • Backpressure: Very Strong
  • Weight: 4lbs

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I found this one on a snowy day in the mountains of southern Arizona which shows the extremes these plants see year to year. This ancient agave has a great weathered yet polished look and has extremely dense and thick wood. Tons of backpressure and less is more on this didge. The  vocals are so clear and loud and the overtones are achieved with ease. Playing this one right off I felt it was best  for meditation and intricate slower rhythms but can do really fast rhythms with ease. The woods on this mouthpiece are stunning and has to be one of my favorites to date. This is the second didge with an all natural french polish finish on the outside while I still have an epoxy resin finish on the inside. A real beauty!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sold, Thanks again Gary! in Little Rock, AR

Didgeridoo #28

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  • Key: D
  • Length: 66.5″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2″
  • Bell: 7.5″
  • Mouthpiece: Walnut, Canary, African Mahogany, Tzalm, Cherry, Honey Locust, and Walnut again- 1.2″  opening
  • Backpressure: Strong
  • Wall Thickness: Medium
  • Weight: 3lbs

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I have to admit that there were a few expletives that came out of my mouth the first time I played this one.  What an incredible drone and responsiveness. This one has a tremendous shape and with the long neck and huge bell you will be sure to be heard and more. I found this in an area that I have found some of my favorite stalks including #29. Really nice dense wood that  just resonates like crazy. It is funny after all these years of making didges when one really stands out as one of your favorites. Another one with the new all natural French Polish. This may not stay on here long as I may just have to keep it if I have more time to play it.

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Sold, Thanks again Todd! in Ooltewah,TN

 

Didgeridoo #36

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  • Key: D/C#
  • Length: 69″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2.5″
  • Bell: 6″
  • Mouthpiece: Shedua, Canary, Padauk- 1.2″
  • Backpressure: Strong
  • Wall Thickness: Medium
  • Weight: 4lbs

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I love the way this big didge plays. The first thing I notice about playing it is how easy it is to create layers in the drone as it is so responsive to any movement and can create an almost singing bowl type affect. The overtones are so easy and clear and the vocals really pop. Really nice dense older wood with a nice flare at the end. This one could be a runway model didge if there was such a thing and three beautiful woods top it off. One heck of a didge!

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Sold, Thanks Mark! in Flagstaff, AZ

 

Didgeridoo #65

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  • Key: C#
  • Length:  61″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2.4″
  • Bell: 4.5″
  • Mouthpiece: Canary- 1.2″
  • Wall Thickness: Medium
  • Backpressure: Strong
  • Weight: 3.2 lbs

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This is a really old stalk that has a sweet drone and feel to it. This would be a great beginner didge as C# is a nice key to start in and great amount of backpressure will really help you in circular breathing.Great vocal abilities and easy overtones too.  I have inlaid some turquoise to accent the older wood that has a nice weathered appearance.

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Sold, Thanks Richard! in Spring, TX

Didgeridoo #24

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  • Key: D#
  • Length: 59″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2.5″
  • Bell: 5.75″
  • Mouthpiece: Canary, Padauk, Walnut-1.2″
  • Backpressure: Strong
  • Wall Thickness: Thick
  • Weight: 4.2lbs

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This is an extremely old stalk that took a lot of effort to make but  was definitely worth it. The wood on this one is extremely dense from so many years baking in the desert sun and sounds almost like eucalyptus when you knock on it.  Nice solid drone with easy overtones and great vocals and a real beauty to top it off.

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Sold, Thanks Kuniaki! in 大阪府 泉南市信達市場, Japan

Didgeridoo #37

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  • Key: F
  • Length: 55″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2.6″
  • Bell: 7.25″
  • Mouthpiece: Canary, Shedua, Walnut- 1.2″
  • Wall Thickness: Thick to Medium
  • Backpressure: Strong
  • Weight: 4.6 lbs

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This didge is an absolute beast. Weighing in at 4.6lbs for an F agave is pretty unusual. Very thick dense wood until the the bell where it thins out creating a nice vessel for sound projection. This has so much volume and bass and clarity all in one with tremendous vocals. You will be heard well in any sort of jam session  with that huge bell.

This is one of the oldest stalks that I have worked on for a while and  it took a lot work to bring back to life but it all paid off as I love the way it plays. I wanted to add some turquoise to it for some nice contrast with the older wood grain and ended up with a nice pattern that flows with the curve of the didge and looks much more impressive in person. A great one to look at and when you play it will feel the tremendous power is posseses.

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Sold, Thanks Scott! in Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia

Didgeridoo #46

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  • Key: F/F#
  • Length: 50″
  • Mouth on agave: 2.7″
  • Bell: 6.25″
  • Mouthpiece: Walnut, Padauk, Bubinga, Canary- 1.2″
  • Backpressure: Strong
  • Wall thickness: Medium to Thin
  • Weight: 2.8 lbs

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Oh man this one is just a gorgeous didge! I wanted to make a longer mouthpiece on this one and used Walnut from my great grandfathers tree that has been aging for more than 50 years! Interwoven with the Walnut are Padauk, Bubinga, and Canary.  This has a great bore on it with a mesmerizing drone full of bass and power. There are so many possibilites when playing this one and with that big bell you will definitely be heard expressing them. Sounds so great at top speed and so clear playing ambient soundscapes. This will definitely turn some heads and be the envy of many a didge player.

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Sold, Thanks Misty and Ian! in Lancaster,Lancashire, United Kingdom

Didgeridoo #29

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  • Key: D#
  • Length: 54″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2″
  • Bell: 5″
  • Mouthpiece: Poplar, Canary-1.2″
  • Backpressure: Strong
  • Wall thickness: Medium to thin
  • Weight: 2.8lbs

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This didge would be perfect for the didge player that is just starting out. The drone comes so easily and takes little breath to get it going. Strong backpressure for easy circular breathing and with the longer thinner bore neck it allows for easy overtones. The bell is a nice size and has really nice sound projection with great vocals. A great didge to start your journey!

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Sold, Thanks Oscar & Dinah! in Tucson,AZ

Didgeridoo #43

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  • Key: E
  • Length: 59″
  • Mouth on Agave: 2″
  • Bell: 5.5″
  • Mouthpiece: Canary, Black Limba, Mahogany, Shedua- 1.2″
  • Wall Thickness: Medium
  • Backpressure: Strong

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This is a spicy didge with tons of spunk! Nice quick taper with a curvy narrow neck on it. Really fast rhythmic and percussive capabilities with easy overtones also. Old wood with tons of character and a multilayered mouthpiece for some extra flash, although this didge already has lots of that.

 

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Sold, Thanks Frank! in Foley, AL

 

Didgeridoo #12

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  • Key: C
  • Length: 67.5″
  • Mouth on Agave:2.5″
  • Bell: 5.5″
  • Mouthpiece: Padauk, Purpleheart-1.2″
  • Wall Thickness: Medium
  • Backpressure: Very Strong
  • Weight: 3.2 lbs

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If you want to use the didge for meditative purposes this would be the perfect didge for you. A nice deep resonant C that has so much backpressure you barely have to blow into it and circular breathing couldn’t be easier. The vocals are so fun on this one and with the great length you can really travel them up and down to create great depth. The overtones are a cinch also and really nice and clear. As I stated earlier this one seems to like to play in more of a slow meditative way although you can play fast with ease on it too. I think it will end up slowing you down again for you to enjoy the richness and calming properties of its sweet drone.

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Sold, Thanks again Todd! in Ooltewah,TN