Rock hard pieces of eucalyptus produce very rich tones in instruments. This particular one is long and narrow keeping the drone low and clean with a very well worked Bell at the bottom cut thinly in the walls giving it high-end resonance.
With a very nicely balanced backpressure this is a very nice didgeridoo perfect for slow meditation and can pick up the speed at will.
In short and very good well-balanced instrument.
This is Woolly butt eucalyptus harvested in the Northern Territory’s near Darwin Australia. It was eating out by termites and then shaped by hand with long chisels.The name Wooly butt comes from the woolly substance that grows around the base( butt ) of the tree which deters small woodland creatures from eating the bark.