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  "Track to Jattbula"
Bob Burduwal vintage mago from Australia

Price: $748.00

"Track to Jattbula"
Concert Quality Vintage Mago

Bob Burduwal magoCrafted by Bob Burduwal
Watch a VIDEO demo of this didgeridoo below!

This vintage, HIGHLY COLLECTABLE, age seasoned mago (didgeridoo) was acquired in Arnhem Land, Bob Burduwal magoN.T., Australia, by Ben Hicks in 2006. It's a rare CONCERT QUALITY mago in very fine condition and offers a phat sonic pulse with perfectly balanced acoustics. Very easy and enjoyable to play.

Renowned collector Guan Lim calls Bob Burduwal "The singularly most consistent and brilliant mago craftsman alive." Burduwal, pictured at right, is from the Rembarrnga clan near Bolkdjam in Australia's Arnhem Land. He painted up this handsome mago with his own hand prints in natural ochres (earth pigments). Truly old school, and instruments like these are getting harder to find these days. Hand prints have been used as signatures in rock art all over the world, but nowhere more prevalent than Australia, especially in the ancient caves of the Northern Territory.

This mago was crafted from termite hollowed yellow box eucalyptus. Suitable for any player from the beginner to advanced level. The bore is very clear which increases volume, harmonics, and clarity of tone. Fitted with an organic beeswax mouthpiece 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

Ben Hicks says, "Easy playing, traditional sounding mago, personally selected on my trip to Arnhem Land in 2006. Medium volume with some good harmonic complexity. Moderate backpressure typical for mago. Painted in natural ochres in the handprint "body painting" style prevalent from the area." This mago will be especially exciting to play for enthusiasts of the traditional Kun-bork rhythms of western Arnhem Land. This handsome mago responds well to any tempo so you can play it fast or slow depending upon your mood or what moves you. It has three easy horn toots, and optimal strong backpressure which makes the circular breathing technique easeful. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or would like a demo over the phone. This one's a beauty and it may not last long around here so call straight away if you see your name on it. Read our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.

Includes Certificate of Authenticity, care guide and playing guide.

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

Just click on the video below.

Specs for this didgeridoo:

Key: D
Overtone toots: G#, E, Bb
Skill: Beginner to Advanced
Wood: Yellowbox eucalyptus
Length: 50"
Top: 2.25" Outer diameter
Bottom: 3.25" Outer diameter
Mouthpiece: Beeswax
Backpressure: Strong
Weight: 3 lbs / 1.4 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 Same as performance quality, but with perfectly balanced acoustics.

PERFORMANCE QUALITY First rate, professional grade sound and playability.

HIGH QUALITY Above average 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.

GEAR: Click photos for details
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