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Wooden Didgeridoo 0035

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# Sweet Chestnut Didgeridoo

Background: I wanted to try something a bit different with this piece of Sweet Chestnut from Hoth Wood in Sussex. Shorter and wider then what I have previously been making. Harder to toot due to the width of the bore and lower back pressure, but the depth and richness of sound more then compensates. Lovely grain pattern, enhanced and protected by three layers of Danish Oil and four layers of Finishing Oil, topped with a couple layers of wax to help protect and enahnce the look.

Wood: Sweet Chestnut

Key: F#

Toot: G

Mouthpiece: 28mm

Bell: 11x10cm

Length: 128cm

Weight: 2.6kg

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