Didgeridoo #313


 

 

I had such an amazing fall harvest this year and did a lot of traveling while finding some great new honey holes. This is one that I was so excited to work on as it was unusual with its taper while still having really nice wood density. Making these thinner bore didges is actually the most technical as there is very little room for error when boring them out. This one was such a challenge and it was so worth it. This reminds me of one of my E’s I have in my personal collection. Almost exactly the same dimensions. It is one of two that  I  always bring with me when playing out because of its wide range of capabilities.  This one has amazing overtone and percussive capabilities and is just so easy to play at  extreme speeds while taking very little breath. Vocals are so bright with great volume and drone is just so sweet. I thought it would be really cool for a change to play right on the agave as the mouthpiece was already the perfect size. I always love carving wood mouthpieces and the look they add but I love the look and feel of playing right on the flower stalk.  If I didn’t have two E’s in my collection this would be added to it. An amazing didge! 

Sold, Thanks again Richard! in Spring, TX

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