Here you will find my current stock of hand-made, traditional-style didgeridoos made from locally-sourced British hardwoods. Please get in touch if you would like something in particular.
#2016: Very deep birch Didgeridoo in G/G# £180
The longest and deepest didgeridoo I have made to date! It was a real challenge for me to figure out the technique to play this didge, but once I figured it out, I learned how relaxing and rewarding it can be to play a super-deep stick. This is absolultely not a beginner’s instrument, as it is
#2017: Beautiful birch Didgeridoo in Bb £180
This long, deep didgeridoo is a lovely instrument. It features a long, gradual, straight taper for most of the length then into a generous bell for the last part. The bell gives it a little more backpressure and volume, and the didge plays really well… once you get the hang of it! As with all low
#2015: Beautiful birch Didgeridoo in E £160
This is a remarkable didgeridoo in E, very easy to play and versatile with a distinctive pattern typical of birch trees. This didge has been treated with several coats of Danish oil, giving it a rich, warm colour. Ideal for players at any level of experience. Number: 2020-15 Harvested 06 July 2020 Completed 08 July
#2013: Excellent oak Didgeridoo in D £180
This oak didgeridoo in “D” has good volume and flexibility, making it great for intermediate players and also suitable for the beginner. This is a lovely instument. Number: 2020-13 Harvested 19 June 2020 Completed 29 June 2020 Base tone: D Length: 1.64m Weight: 3.5kg Ease of play: Fairly easy BUYING If you would like this
#2008: Very deep Didgeridoo in B flat £180
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
#2010: Very Long Didgeridoo in Low A £160
Here’s my second demo, after doing some work to tidy up the bell opening. And my original demo video… A super-long, super-deep didgeridoo playing in low A, would suit meditation, percussive play, and vocalisation.
#2003: Beginner’s Didgeridoo in C#/D £80
A really easy didge to pick up and play, which makes it ideal for the beginner, but more than suitable for an experienced player too.