- Key: D#
- Length: 58″
- Bell: 7″
- Mouthpiece: Zebrawood, Shedua
- Back pressure: Strong
- Wall thickness: Thick to medium at bell
Just recording this didge I immediately noticed how responsive it is and how good it made me feel! This one may fluctuate a little on key as it seems to sometimes be more of a D# and sometimes can register a bit into the D range. It is a bit of an in between note so if you need to be in a perfect key this might not be the one for you. I like to go more on feel when I am not playing with tuned instruments and this one has a such a great feel to it. Has the ability to play with great pace with the incredible taper to that huge bell but plays so beautifully in an ambient style. The curve one this one is so amazing and has really nice dense wood that tapers to create a resonator like bell that has a ton of volume. This Old Soul had a ton of bug activity which translates to a ton of turquoise inlays throughout not seen in the photos. The turquoise goes so well with the beautifully varied pigments. You can also see some termite activity in the bell photo which adds some great character and shows the age of the stalk. This was such a fun one to work on and now play!