- Key: E
- Length: 44″
- Bell: 3.5″
- Mouth on Agave: 2.75″
- Mouthpiece: Swamp Ash: 1.25″
- Wall Thickness: Medium
- Backpressure: Strong
This one has a big open bore with a nice beehive type bell at the end. There is lots of bass and volume and this one likes to got fast but is just as comfortable playing slow ambient styles. I love these higher keys with big bores as it is a nice mix of lows and highs. Lots of character to the stalk with some added inlaid turquoise throughout.
This is a beautiful older stalk that has a tremendous bell just a hair under 8″. Amazing shape and fast taper that sits perfectly on the floor when you play. The longer neck allows for easier overtones and the backpressure is nice and strong requiring hardly any breath to get it going. The vocals are clear and loud and really project out of its big bell. Being an older stalk there were many bug holes which I have inlaid turquoise throughout for added beauty. With that and the striking mouthpiece this is not only a great player but a beautiful piece of art as well.
This is a real lively didge with lots of character. Nice backpressure and vocals and loves to play fast wobble like rhythms. The mouthpiece has some amazing wood combos and the french polish really pops the wood. Being a very old stalk I have inlaid a lot of turquoise throughout to appeal to the player both sonically and visually.
I am not really sure where to start with this one but here it goes. To start this didge is pretty wild looking and sounding. This is the first G that I have made and it is high pitched and full of energy. I combined two really dense old stalks but then decided it would be fun to make it even more unique by adding a 13″ mouthpiece full of some incredible woods. This long neck and huge bell at the end create some astonishing rhythmic abilities with incredible volume. The bore near the bell is so big I can reach my whole arm up to my shoulder in it. There are a ton of bass notes that hit almost like a drum when you get it just right. Overtones are beautiful and easy to reach especially the first deeper overtone. I wouldn’t recommend this to a beginner but someone who has played for a while as it can be a little intimidating at first. A one of a kind didge that would be a great addition to someones collection!
One of the strongest stalks that I have found over all these years of searching the AZ mountains. When you hold this didge you can just feel the power that is possesses. The way this one plays will inspire the most seasoned didgeridoo player and would also be incredible for someone just starting to play. Feels like there are endless rhythms inside this piece that are waiting to explode out that nice bell. When I played this one for the first time it was one of those moments when you create an instrument and are so excited to have built it and find rhythms that you have never thought of. Beautiful woods in the mouthpiece and joint with great curves and sits perfectly as you play. All natural finish that pops the wood and will just get better over time with age. Loving the French Polish technique!