Key: Between E and F
Overtone toots: G, D#, G#, C#
Skill: Beginner to Advanced
Wood: Boxgum eucalyptus
Mouth end: 1.2" Inner diameter
Bell end: 6" Outer diameter
Mouthpiece: Padauk wood
Weight: 12.6 lbs / 5.7 kg
Ease of play: Very easy
Loudness: Low IIIIIllll High
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Crafted by Brad Hagelstein
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If you attended last year's InDidjInUs didgeridoo festival in Oregon then you surely remember Brad Hagelstein's friendly persona and, of course, his handsome and deadly sounding didgeridoos! With a winsome swagger Brad says, "I love working with my hands, so making these instruments is something I am very passionate about. I specialize in making some of the best termite eaten didgeridoos available on the market. They are sealed inside and out to minimise cracking or splitting. Each piece I craft I treat like its going to be my own; I take a lot of time bringing out the natural beauty that is hidden in every hollow log. I truly love the transformation as the bark comes off and I’m the first one to see what I get to work with. It is the mixture of being both a wood worker and an artist that I am so in love with. I hope you like my didgeridoos as much I love making them."
Brad Hagelstein crafted this CONCERT QUALITY didgeridoo from a boxgum eucalyptus tree in New South Wales, Australia. This one is a BEAST to be sure, and while it's large and heavy (12 pounds) this didgeridoo is still quite easy to play, no dramas. It tapers from a mouthpiece made of gorgeous padauk wood down to a HUGE 6" WIDE BELL at the bottom end! There's also a heap of variety in the color with gem-like fire in the wood grain of both the didgeridoo and the mouthpiece (see the photo at left for better look at the mouthpiece end). For a bit more organic deco, the bell has a cleft in it that gives the distal end a heart shape.
Crafted from termite hollowed eucalyptus in Australia's southern Queensland. Sanded smooth and finished with a hand rubbed satin polyurethane that gives it a fine furniture-like luster. The interior bore is very clear and open which increases volume, harmonics, and clarity of tone. A clear finish protects the wood from the elements. Fitted with a wood mouthpiece that will be sanitized with Didgeri-Clean (tea tree and lavender oil) before shipping to you.
Soundwise: Concert Quality
Pitched between E and F, this didgeridoo delivers BOOMY VOLUME and PROJECTION. The acoustics are perfectly balanced and there's myriad sweet spots to discover as you grow with it. Its loudness also make it excellent for jamming in drum circles or along with other musical instruments! Shimmering, soaring, vibratory sonic medicine. This didgeridoo delivers a balance of warm bass frequencies and chirpy highs. Very responsive to both tongued and diaphragmatic riddims. Three warm horn toots. Very easy to play with a radiant, unbridled beatiness. Rippingly loud. It offers up emotive acoustics with CLEAR VOCALS and RESONANT HI-FI SONICS that fill a room with ancient vibes. It's rumbly and grumbly with a full spectrum drone that sonically transports you on a vision quest from the comfort of your armchair. Wordless vocals, animal calls, and light harmonic overtones blend perfectly within its vibrant acoustics. Simply a brilliant player, and you'd be hard pressed to find another one like it anywhere else in this price category. Optimal strong backpressure makes the circular breathing technique easier. Very easy to play so we reckon it's gonna go fast. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Watch the video below to see Barry 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.
Sound rating for this didgeridoo: CONCERT QUALITY
CONCERT QUALITY First rate, professional grade sound with perfectly balanced acoustics.
HIGH QUALITY Great 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 mucking around on, or as a conversation piece.