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Beautiful, traditionally crafted Yirdaki from Austrailia..
1 in stock
Listen to a sound sample of this didge:
About this instrument:
This didge is from a private collection that I’m offering for sale on my website. I didn’t make this didge, therefore I cannot guarantee this didge or its craftsmanship like I can the other instruments and products I’ve made on this website. I’ll do my best to reiterate all of the details from the original owner. -Tyler
This didge is made from termite hollowed eucalyptus. Its from the Katherine region of Australia and was supposedly painted by the nephew of David Blanasi (David was an aboriginal man of the Mayali language group who is recognized for popularizing the didgeridoo beyond the shores of Australia. This can be attributed to Blanasi’s first television appearance in London in 1967, where he gave didgeridoo playing demonstrations for the popular Rolf Harris Show.). This didge is painted with the traditional “rarrk” style pf painting and appears to have ochre paints used.
It has a large inside bore and has a rich, bass driven sound and feel to it. It has medium back pressure and a beeswax mouthpiece.
Bell diameter: 4×3″”
Weight: about 5lbs
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