Once again this instrument is the reason why I have thoroughly fallen in love with working with beech wood!
When you catch it just right in the ageing process the spalted patterns are phenomenal with every square inch smothered in rich colour.
Enough about what it looks like this is also a phenomenal and very powerful instrument ,the resonance is extremely rich with a low thick drone and tons of high-end coming through. The base drone and the first toot show exactly one note different on my tuner meaning the transition between the two is extremely smooth and easy to achieve and sounds beautiful. The backpressure is very well-balanced and is extremely enjoyable to play, for those of you who are very serious about didgeridoo playing take it from me the maker this is an instrument that you would fall in love with.
Please note when you have chosen one of this latest set of didges i will do the final rub down and finishing coats before shipping so they come to you in a perfect glossy condition
The wood was naturally sourced locally, some from fallen trees I find along the way, and some coppiced at Woodland trusts for Woodland regeneration with no negative effect on the environment. All found around Kent, Sussex and Surrey.