Average key: C#
Overtone toots: E, C, F#, A
Skill: Beginner to Advanced
Wood: Mosso bamboo
Mouth: 2.5" Outer diameter
Bell: 2.5" Outer diameter
Mouthpiece: Walnut wood
Weight: 2.6 lbs / 1.2 kg
Ease of play: Very easy
Loudness: Low IIIIIIIII High
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Posted by Tay on 16th Feb 2015
I've had a plastic pipe didge for about 8 months now. I went looking everywhere for a decent one. Honestly nothing fit my price range. When I stumbled across LA Outback, the presentation of all of there didgeridoos was top notch. Not only that but the videos helped a lot to hear a full range of different sounds. I looked back and fourth between different types. I was really looking for a deep sounding one. When this didgeridoo finally came I was more than impressed. Not to mention the free shipping was a nice plus. The sound quality, back pressure, and just the overall aesthetics are amazing. I couldn't be happier with this product. Keep doing what you're doing guys. I will be back in the future for sure!
Posted by Jerri Anderson on 16th Feb 2015
This thing is absolutely stunning. It's a gorgeous color with a high-gloss sheen that can't be beat. It's got a great sound (nice big bore, too--great for vocals) and a very comfortable mouthpiece. Plus, it's not going to break the bank for most people!
Posted by Toni on 10th Feb 2015
i was looking around for my first didgeridoo, and was totally lost where and how to start.
gave LAOutback a call and everything starting looking clear and sound.
will definitely recommend them to friends and family and will be coming back for future purchases
keep up the great work LAoutback
Posted by James Kimsey on 8th Jan 2015
Did not open box. returned for exchange to upgrade to a eucalyptus. Very friendly and prompt action. Very helpful in facilitating the return and shipping of new item.
Posted by Alix Vercruysse on 27th Dec 2014
I was hesitant to order this didgeridoo as my ""first"" wooden piece. I bought a small plastic starter didge for a few bucks before and now I wanted something nicer. I wasn't sure how much time I could spend didging with my busy schedule or if Id even stick with it.
The price along with the many great reviews were really attractive. I called LaOutback to ask some questions and Barry was super cool and helpful.
It looks AWESOME in person and easy to work on your circular breathing. Also, the craftsmanship is excellent. It feels high quality and solidly made. I brought it to a friend who's been playing for years and makes didgeridoos now. He was impressed and loved the walnut mouthpiece. He ripped into it and it sounded amazing.
If you're on the fence about this I promise you wont be disappointed. Both new and old players can appreciate this Didge.
Couldn't be happier with my decision to buy this. I will most likely be buying again from LA Outback in the future.
Posted by James Svensen on 11th Dec 2014
The package arrived promptly and in great condition with a hand signed thank you from the owner of the company. The artistry in the piece is outstanding and it produces a low, clear drone. My eight year old picked it up as soon as it arrived and was able to play different rythms on it immediately.
Posted by Jason on 9th Dec 2014
This is my first didgeridoo and my first attempt at any wind instrument. The didgeridoo has incredible craftsmanship and was very easy to play. shipping was quick as it traveled across the entire United States. I will definitely be doing business with LAoutback in the future.
Posted by Quin Huss on 5th Dec 2014
This is the best bang for your buck. This extremely high quality bamboo is perfect. Before I only played cheap knockoffs and couldn't get them to play right.... The guys at LA Outback set me up with the best didge very easy to play as they said. I love it and take it everywhere. ill be back to get a new one soon.
Posted by Todd on 1st Dec 2014
This was second didge, my first was a cheap fiberglass creation. I purchased this piece to learn circular breathing. The backpressure is great, I caught on the first couple of days I had it. The quality of the didge really makes a huge difference, especially the mouthpiece.
Posted by Steve Skinner on 29th Nov 2014
I am a beginner, and tried the Black Bamboo didgeridoo. It was beautiful, well packed and sounded awesome, but I decided to return it for an upgrade to something upstream of it. I found the back pressure to be substantially below what I was used to is my cheap PVC ones, but the tone was much better. I just didn't want to make it any harder to learn than I had to, so I am going with something else. However, once I learn to play better I may buy one of these then. The depth of tone was way better than anything else I have at the moment.
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