This is a very fine example of why beech has become my favourite of all British woods to make didgeridoos from !!
A spalted beech has the most amazing patterns running through it and this one has a stunning array of black ,white with some very unusual copper streaks.
As an instrument its brilliant with in loud thick drone with tons of resonants. It has a very easy ability to jump up and down with several very clean and smooth toots, also an easy to achieve low and a couple of high drones.
Very easy back pressure making this a real quality instrument indeed !!
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.