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Wooden Didgeridoo 0051

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: Slightly shorter in length than some of the other didges I made using Meranti - part of an experiment to see how sound is affected by different shaped bores. This didge is lively to play, quite fast due to balanced backpressure, toots well and loads of fun. Finshed with Danish Oil and Finishing Oil topped with a couple of layers of wax for good measure.

Wood: Meranti

Key: F

Toot: F#

Mouthpiece: 28mm

Bell: 9x9cm

Length: 141.5cm

Weight: 1.6kg

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