There is a very good reason I have named this as makers favourite !! It has a long gently tapering shaft ending in a large bell but not so big that there is a loss of sound quality but enough to make it a very powerful didge indeed.
It has very evenly, relatively thin walls throughout meaning its thick powerful drone is perfectly complemented by a beautiful high end resonants. It has an open enough bell for low and high vocals to come through loud and crisp. Its toot note is solid and loud, there is another didge that this one plays in perfect harmony with in my site….this is a great instrument!!!!
This instrument is one of my latest set of termite eaten eucalyptus harvested just outside Brisban Australia, shipped over to me in sunny Gravesend UK and turned into the highest quality didgeridoos. This batch has a mix of bloodwood, woolybut and stringy bark.