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Concert Quality Didgeridoo
Crafted by TynonWatch a VIDEO demo of this didgeridoo below! Tynon lives in Bellingen, NSW, Australia, where he crafted this
ruggedly handsome CONCERT QUALITY didgeridoo from a Victorian mallee eucalyptus tree. The
sound, color, shape and finish are as good as it gets. Tynon and I are
kindred spirits when it comes to our thoughts, ethics and passion for
the didgeridoo. And he's a perfectionist, spending heaps of time on the
details and finish of his instruments. One of Tynon's trademarks is to coat the inside of his didgeridoos with a film of beeswax. This helps to prevent any small air leaks that may dampen the sound, and also keeps moisture from your breath away from the wood. Crafted from
termite hollowed eucalyptus. Victorian malle eucalyptus has a very rich and distinctive color, shape, and texture. To showcase this, all of the natural bark has been left on
the bell end creating a truly interesting and unique look and feel. The artwork features three perentie lizards with dot art that create a realistic, tactile look and feel.
Acquired from the Debra Wilson collection, this didgeridoo is in like-new condition and the timber is well age seasoned (circa 2002) which makes the wood very stable. Tynon's didges are currently selling for $700 to over $1,000 on another didgeridoo website (in Australia), so this one's not only more compact and affordable––it's already here in the U.S. and ready to send to you straight away. Truly excellent workmanship! You'll enjoy playing it as much as you will
admiring it, and your other didgeridoos will crack with envy. The
interior bore is very clear which increases volume, harmonics, and
clarity of tone. Finished with a smooth satin polyurethane. Fitted with an organic beeswax mouthpiece sanitized with Didgeri-Clean
(tea tree and lavender oil). You can easily adjust the mouthpiece to fit you perfectly.Soundwise: Concert Quality
Bright, high-beam, treble-driven, perfectly balanced acoustics and exclamation mark loudness! One of my personal favorites that we have on offer at the moment. The shapely bore and medium wall thickness offers up sinuous and shimmering soundwaves with crisp and twangy vocal effects mostly in the high to midrange frequencies, perfectly balanced with vibrant bass. Pitched in E the riveting drone in this didgeridoo is like a swarm of electric insects droning around the roar of an outback campfire. You couldn't find a better didge for playing in DRUM CIRCLES than this one (because the high pitch rises well above the low din of drums). Massive from-the-gut wails ring true. Very sensitive to both tongued and diaphragmatic riddims, but pass this one by unless you truly want to shred the airwaves! Plus, it's not a big or heavy didgeridoo so it'll be easy to carry around. Two quick horn tones, both bright against the drone. Optimal strong backpressure for its size and pitch makes the circular breathing technique easier. This one's gonna find a home fast, mate, trust me. Don't
hesitate if it calls to you. Watch the video below to see Brandon 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 Brandon demo this didgeridoo for youand see the instrument in vivid HD detail!Just click on the video below.
Specs for this didgeridoo:
Key: EOvertone toots: A, C#, C
Skill: Beginner to Advanced
Wood: Mallee eucalyptus
Top: 1.18" Inner diameter
Bottom: 4" Outer
Weight: 6.8 lbs / 3.1 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.
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