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Wooden Didgeridoo 0001

All my didgeridoos are hand made by myself, and made to be played. If you want to know what goes into making a wooden didgeridoo such as this, further information can be found in How to Make a Didgeridoo.

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F# Meranti Didgeridoo

Background: This was my first ever attempt to make a wooden didgeridoo. Couldn't wait for wood that had been gathered to season, so used hardwood timber (FSC of course), from a local merchant - two pieces of 6"x2". Clamped the two halves together, drew the shape I wanted, cut it out then hollowed and glued.

Wood: Meranti

Key: F#

Toot: G#

Mouthpiece: 30mm

Bell: 9x12cm

Length: 133cm

Weight: 2.4kg

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