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Didgeridoo High Tone Conical

Didgeridoo High Tone Conical does not only differ in key from Low Tone Conical Didgeridoos, but they are usually a little shorter  in length (1.35 to 1.45 metres). Keys or tones vary from D# to F#, with an occasional G, G# or A. Mouth pieces are small to medium-size, and the instruments are made of all type of eucalyptus wood. High Tone Conical Didgeridoos usually have a slightly larger flare or bell compared to the low tone range. In general, High Tone Conical DIdgeridoos are a little smaller in size than the Low Tone Conical Didgeridoo variety.

 

Because of a shorter column inside the didgeridoo, the High Tone Conical didgeridoos give a lot more back pressure than other type of didgeridoos. This leads to experiencing a larger amount of pressure on the lungs when playing and may require a more skilful player when performing advanced breathing and playing techniques. Trumpet tones appear to be higher in tone and can be harder to produce. Nevertheless, this type of didgeridoo is very popular among our customers for its fast playing style and its profound unique sound.

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  1. Didgeridoo DsF45M33B10W3P39

    Serial: Didgeridoo DsF45M33B10W3P39

    Didgeridoo DsF45M33B10W3P39 is a High Tone Conical E didgeridoo. It can also be played in Ds when less pressure is given. So you could say the tone is in between E and D#. The didgeridoo is small in size but reasonably long in length for an E tone didgeridoo. Normally they are shorter. This gives you extra room to grasp toots or trumpet tones. There is more room to play more advanced rhythms. For the rhythmic type of player it is a nice didgeridoo to travel around with. it is not too big and still has a loud sound and all the characteristics of a professional instrument. It is a clean skin (surface) didgeridoo. no Knot's or other wood problems. It had a small repair on the bell but that never seems to be a problem with didgeridoos anyway. Just thought I mention it. It is hard to see anyway. This type of didgeridoo has been the most popular model in the past because of it's possibilities and size.
    Didgeridoo-Webshop DsF45M33B10W3P39
    • 145
    • High Tone Conical
    • Stringy Bark Eucalyptus
    • 3.3
    • D#
    • 10
    • F,C#,F#
    • 1.1
    €390.00

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