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"Wakatou" Didgeridoo Rhythms Card Game

$21.98
Artist / Crafter:
Gauthier Aubé

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Wakatou was created by renowned didgeridoo player Gauthier Aubé, pictured at right. You get 128 cards divided into 4 simple catagories. Play solo or with friends! You'll discover new rhythm combinations by laying the cards out in a random order and playing what you see. When you discover a deadly new riff, simply write it down or snap a photo of the cards with your phone so you'll never forget that rhythm.
 
The Wakatou card game is clever and engaging, with an aim to inspire countless new didgeridoo rhythms out of you. Have you ever become bored playing the same rhythm or felt stuck in your old habits? These cards encourage creativity. Wakatou makes learning the didgeridoo fun, and inspires you to create countless new rhythms that will become your signature sound. The game will also suggest variations to liven up your routine, making you want to practice more often.
 
Want even more fun? Invite other didgeridoo players to jam with you and challenge yourselves with complex rhythms. Once you get the hang of Wakatou you'll enjoy heaps of exciting new grooves and sound like a pro.
 

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What You Get
Wakatou is 128 playing cards divided in four simple categories. The cards come in a handsome box as seen below. Please note that the cards have some small writing on them in French, but no dramas, there are instructions in English so you don't have to learn French to use the cards. Yay! Let your riddims flow.
 
 
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Demo: Roll your mouse over the space below, then click the "play" button, change the tempo (speed) and hear the variations you can get from just a few of the cards:

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