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  1. Didgeridoo Conical High Tone FsG30M34B12P31

    Serial: Didgeridoo FsG30M34B12P31

    Didgeridoo FsG30M34B12P31 is a High Tone Conical didgeridoo. A bloodwood Eucalyptus didgeridoo. Slightly fast Fs tone. Good for contemporary rhythmic and traditional didgeridoo playing. For fast didgeridoo playing or lover of a high tone didgeridoo. Some say Fs is a traditional didgeridoo sound. Definitely not for the relaxed and meditative player......
    Didgeridoo-Webshop-FsG30M34B12P31
    • 130 cm
    • High Tone Conical
    • Bloodwood Eucalyptus
    • 3.4 cm
    • F#
    • 12 cm
    • G,E
    • 1.1 cm
    €315.00
  2. Didgeridoo PCsG37M38B14P39

    Serial: Didgeridoo PCsG37M38B14P39

    Didgeridoo PCsG37M38B14P39. Hard to maybe see on a screen. But this didgeridoo has very nice traditional colors. A different type of paint was used which give's it a very natural look. The sound is harmonious and deep. Good for the meditative didgeridoo player. Clear overtones and excellent for using vocal sounds. The bands are a traditional way of painting a didgeridoo. In this case it is done exceptionally nice way. Nicely hooked extravagant bell!
    Didgeridoo-Webshop-PCsG37M38B14P39
    • 137 cm
    • Painted
    • Bloodwood Eucalyptus
    • 3.8 cm
    • C#
    • 14 cm
    • G
    • !.2 cm
    €390.00
  3. Didgeridoo PDsGs28M35B11P33

    Serial: Didgeridoo PDsGs28M35B11P33

    Didgeridoo PDsGs28M35B11P33 is a didgeridoo with a harmonious sound. Low and deep. Good for meditative didgeridoo playing.
    The design is made by an Aboriginal Artist called Margaret Turner. I have no idea what the name of the little animals is. I only know that they look like shrimps. But then again the background does not seem to match an ocean background. So maybe they are just ants in the bush? You name it.
    Didgeridoo-Webshop-PDsGs28M35B11P33
    • 128 cm
    • Painted
    • Bloodwood Eucalyptus
    • 3.5 cm
    • D#
    • 11 cm
    • G#,
    • 1.1 cm
    €335.00
  4. Didgeridoo PDG35M31B9P34

    Serial: Didgeridoo PDG35M31B9P34

    Didgeridoo PDG35M31B9P34 is a didgeridoo that is painted by Jay leo and made by her father Peter Leo. A blue eyed Aboriginal. The design is a small desert lizard made in tiny little dots. A slow D in tone with a sharp pitch to it. Good for rhythmic styles of didgeridoo playing. Clear overtones.
    Didgeridoo PDG35M31B9P34
    • 135 cm
    • Painted Didgeridoos
    • Bloodwood Eucalyptus
    • 3.1 cm
    • D
    • 9 cm
    • D
    • 1 cm
    €345.00
  5. Didgeridoo Painted PCsFs39M36B10P38

    Serial: Didgeridoo PCsFs39M36B10P38

    DIdgeridoo PCsFs39M36B10P38 is a C sharp close to the D tone. Full harmonious sound with a firm bassy touch to it. Clear overtones and good for deep vocalizing didgeridoo sounds. For the meditative didgeridoo playing Very relaxing drone. Artist unknown. It does have the initials LRF on it. The design represents lizards with there dreaming tracks.
    Didgeridoo-Webshop-PCsFs39M36B10P38
    • 139 cm
    • Painted Didgeridoos
    • Bloodwood Eucalyptus
    • 3.6 cm
    • C#
    • 10 cm
    • F
    • 1.4 cm
    €380.00
  6. Didgeridoo PEA20M35B12P38

    Serial: Didgeridoo PEA20M35B12P38

    Didgeridoo PEA20M35B12P38 is a small buskers didgeridoo or travelers didge in the key of E. Full and harmonious sound. Clear overtones and a lot of backpresure. The design is done by J. leo and the didgeridoo was made by her father Peter leo. A blue eyed Aboriginal. A baramundi fish with cross hatching fill in on a ocean looking airbrushed background. Medium weight. Nice flare!
    Didgeridoo-Webshop-PEA20M35B12P38
    • 120 cm
    • Painted Didgeridoos
    • Bloodwood Eucalyptus
    • 3.5 cm
    • E
    • 12
    • A
    • 1.2 cm
    €380.00
  7. Didgeridoo PDsA18M36B9P38

    Serial: Didgeridoo PDsA18M36B9P38

    Didgeridoo PDsA18M36B9P38 is a nice busker or travelers didgeridoo. Very light in weight! Full harmonic sound. Clear overtones and good for both styles of didgeridoo playing. Fast and Slow. The design was done by an Aboriginal artist called Dennis Bong. A Platypus in an Spongy ocean background. The bottom and top of the didgeridoo have the traditional scorpion sting design that originates from the artists background.
    Didgeridoo PDsA18M36B9P38
    • 118 cm
    • Painted Didgeridoos
    • Bloodwood Eucalyptus
    • 3.6 cm
    • D#
    • 9 cm
    • A
    • 1.4 cm
    €380.00
  8. Didgeridoo PCsGs29M33B10P43

    Serial: Didgeridoo PCsGs29M33B10P43

    Didgeridoo PCsGs29M33B10P43 is a low D or C sharp towards D tone didgeridoo. This instrument has a insert that makes a wide column play easy. Nice bassy sound with floating overtones. Very deep voicing is possible because of the wide column. It's also a didgeridoo that makes playing easy because of it's thin wall and insert. The painting is done by an aboriginal artist called Dennis Bong. It is actually his wife who made the Dancing man. the didge is called 'coroboree dancing'. It is like the dancers have light under their feet. There dancing at a campfire with a man playing didgeridoo.
    Didgeridoo PCsGs29M33B10P43
    • 129 cm
    • Painted Didgeridoos
    • Bloodwood Eucalyptus
    • 3.3 cm
    • C#
    • 10 cm
    • G#
    • 0.9 cm
    €385.00

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