The Didgeridoo is a wind instrument originating from Australia. Didgeridoos are commonly 1.2m but can reach up to 3m; the longer the instrument, generally the lower the pitch.
These instruments are usually made from hardwood, specifically from Eucalyptus trees. The didgeridoo is played with continuously vibrating lips to produce the drone while using a special breathing technique called circular breathing. This requires breathing in through the nose whilst simultaneously expelling stored air out of the mouth using the tongue and cheeks. Experienced players can keep a continuous note playing.
This Didgeridoo is constructed from traditional hardwood and is hand painted in traditional Aboriginal ‘spot’ designs, (these designs may vary).
This didgeridoo measures approx 1.3m long.
Also available in our range is a PVC Didgeridoo PP647