Long, deep didgeridoos are not the easiest to play, but they can give a very rewarding, meditative experience. This 2m-long didge is a great example. Played with soft lips it delivers a powerful, rich sound.
The wood is an unknown hardwood, possibly sycamore. It came from the trunk of a long tree I had cut down for another purpose at least a year ago and had been lying seasoning in my garden since then.
The didge took a lot of work to shape and to cut, as I was experimenting with a new cutting method (since abandoned!), so it came out in four separate pieces. The final result is quite special.
If you would like this didgeridoo, please note that I do not currently ship. You are welcome to pay online and collect, or meet me at an upcoming festival or craft fair. If you are local to me (North East Derbyshire, England), I may also deliver.