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  "Thunderwood!"
Unpainted Ironbark Eucalyptus Didgeridoo by Eddy Burra


 
Price: $628.00
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Description
 
"Thunderwood!"
Concert Quality Didgeridoo

Ironbark didgeridooCrafted by Eddy Burra
Scroll down to watch a VIDEO DEMO of this didgeridoo being played.

This is my TOP PICK if you're looking for a VERY LOUD, DEEP BASS didgeridoo. Having said that, keep in mind that this is a big, beefy, monster of a didgeridoo with a HUGE 6" bell on the end! Eddy (Bundjalong aboriginal) crafted this handsome didgeridoo from an ironbark eucalyptus tree in N. Queensland, Australia. This is a SUPER RESONANT, CONCERT QUALITY didgeridoo made from well seasoned, naturally termite-hollowed timber.

Eddy is one of the few master crafters of ironbark eucalyptus didgeridoos. We enjoy having his instruments on offer here as much as he appreciates your support of his work.
This didgeridoo is remarkable in color and character with awesome patterns in the wood grain where the darker heartwood gives way to the lighter sapwood. See the photo at left for better detail. All of the natural bark has been left on the bottom end for a truly organic look and feel. The bark is sealed so it won't flake off. The medium-large bore is very clear with slight curves (you could almost roll a quarter down the inside) which increases volume, harmonics, and clarity of tone. A beautiful, furniture grade satin finish protects the wood from the elements. Fitted with an organic beeswax mouthpiece that's been sanitized with Didgeri-Clean (tea tree and lavender oil). The mouthpiece can easily be adjusted to fit you perfectly. Instructions included, no worries.

Soundwise: Concert Quality
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Overflowing with brilliant tone colors, CAVERNOUS RESONANCE and deep bass frequencies pitched in low B flat. Easily responds to subtle changes in pressure, mouth shape and vocalizations, effortlessly gleaming from crickety chirps to jungle drums. Sassy, biting, twangy response to tongued riddims. Great pitch bending response (by dropping your jaw a bit as you drone). The well seasoned timber and clear, medium-large bore deliver a lush and radiant tone with perfectly balanced acoustics. It generates brilliant vocal clarity for awesome dingo howls, kookaburra calls, and otherworldly echoes. Four easy to hit horn toots, each warm against the drone. Optimal medium-strong backpressure for its size and pitch making the circular breathing technique easeful.

We don't expect this one to hang around very long at all.
Please don't hesitate to contact us on 1-800-519-1140 if you have any questions or would like a demo over the phone. We're here 10 AM to 6 PM Pacific time daily. And yes, you get the actual didgeridoo pictured here and being played in the video (some people ask). Watch the video below to see William demo this didgeridoo for you. We don't rehearse these videos so this is virtually you picking it up playing it for the first time. Read our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.


Includes Certificate of Authenticity, care guide and playing guide.

Watch William demo this didgeridoo for you
and see the instrument in vivid HD detail!

Just click on the video below.





Specs for this didgeridoo:


Key: Bb
Overtone toots: E, C#, F#, B
Skill: Beginner to Advanced
Wood: Ironbark eucalyptus
Length: 61"
Top: 2.5" Outer diameter
Bottom: 5.25" Outer diameter
Mouthpiece: Beeswax
Backpressure: Medium-Strong
Weight: 7.8 lbs / 3.5 kg
Ease of play: Very easy
Loudness: Low IIIIIIIII High


What if you don't bond with this didgeridoo?
It can be exchanged within 30 days for any reason and there's no
restocking fee. Can't decide on one? Call 1-800-519-1140 for live help!



Our sound quality ratings:


CONCERT QUALITY First rate, professional grade sound with perfectly balanced acoustics.

HIGH QUALITY Very good sound. Better than most found at comparable prices.

GOOD QUALITY Nice introductory didgeridoo, but may lack in tonal quality and/or volume.

FAIR QUALITY Not for serious playing. Good for muking around on, or as a conversation piece.