These didgeridoos are the oldest strongest agaves that have survived many years in the desert through extreme conditions. My personal collection is comprised mainly of these didges. They have great character with many small cracks and bug holes which are filled from the inside but retain their character on the outside.
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- Key: D
- Length: 53″
- Bell: 3.5″
- Mouthpiece: Purpleheart, Canary
- Wall thickness: Thick
- Back pressure: Strong
These thick Old Souls play with such power and have such a good feel to play and listen to. I have a ton of stalks in my shop waiting to be made but all four on the site I realize now I picked up on a recent camping trip. They were all ones I pushed to the front because I just loved having them at camp and thinking about what they would end sounding like. It is always a treat to find these older thicker stalks as their drone is just so rich. This one was has such a sweet drone and the overtones are so clear and compliment the drone so well. I felt with the really light colored wood it would be accented nicely by the purpleheart and yellow tones of the canary wood and just looks so good to top it off. D is such a great note and I have probably played it most out when I play with other musicians. This would compliment other instruments of all styles with its ambient and percussive abilities. A solid didge that is also a great size for traveling around with and so sturdy with its stout sturdy walls.