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Where to Buy Didgeridoos

Where to buy didgeridoo for sale

Welcome to the quick didgeridoo buying guide: Find out where to buy didgeridoos that are for sale on the internet and how to make the right decision. 

Before we go into the details let’s have a brief look into the origins of the didgeridoo. The didgeridoo is a traditional musical wind instrument of the Indigenous Australians of Nothern Australia. It was developed by the Aboriginals roughly 1500 years ago. Even though there are many different names for the instrument in tribal languages, the onomatopoetic expression “didgeridoo” is frequently used by all locals.

In modern times the didgeridoo is used by experimental musicians and for spiritual ceremonies. Beyond that the didgeridoo is a very popular instrument that can be found in many households and makes a great gift for everyone.

When buying a didgeridoo one has to consider the following parameters:

  • Didgeridoo Material

  • Didgeridoo Size

  • Didgeridoo Price Range

Didgeridoo Material

Traditionally Didgeridoos were made of materials like bamboo or different kind of woods, e.g. eucalyptus or teak wood. Nowadays with modern technologies materials like fiber glass are popular as well. The material influences the sound and feel of the instrument. Check out youtube videos to learn about the sound of each material before you make a decision.

Bamboo Didgeridoo

Bamboo Didgeridoo
9 Reviews
Bamboo Didgeridoo
  • The sound of the didgeridoo is powerful and deep with less overtones
  • Adorned with burned ornaments
  • Made of bamboo, 2.5" diameter, 47" long
  • The counter - pressure is not very powerful, therefore you need a litte more breath for playing it

Teak Wood Didgeridoo

Teakwood Didgeridoo
2 Reviews
Teakwood Didgeridoo
  • Teakwood didgeridoos are made of branch pieces, 59" long, 2" mouth piece, 5"" bell end
  • They are perforated and similar in the sound to the eucalyptus instruments.
  • They have a good counter - pressure and allow a complete play.
  • They are cheaper than eucalyptus didgeridoos but very tear solid

Eucalyptus Didgeridoo

Eucalyptus Didgeridoo
2 Reviews
Eucalyptus Didgeridoo
  • This didges have a good sound, 2" mouth, 5" bell end
  • Made of yellowbox eucalyptus, 50" long, 2" mouth piece, 4-5" bell end
  • It´s also well tuned and creates a fast and powerful counter pressure for maximum pleasure while playing.
  • Because of its density, sound characteristics and stability this wood is the best wood for Didgeridoos

Fiberglass Didgeridoo

Fiberglass Didgeridoo
15 Reviews
Fiberglass Didgeridoo
  • Two telescoping sections for variable pitch
  • Tuning from: G# G F# F E D# D C# C
  • Premium fiberglass
  • 36"- 62"

Plastic Slide Didgeridoo

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Plastic Slide Didgeridoo
3 Reviews
Plastic Slide Didgeridoo
  • 100% Australian Made, Mark III Didjeribone
  • The Original Plastic Slide Didgeridoo
  • Ten Drone Notes - It's Like Having a Whole Selection of Didgeridoo's in One
  • High Quality, Robust and Compact Design Makes It the Ideal Travel Didgeridoo or Kids Didgeridoo

Didgeridoo Size

The size of the didgeridoo is an important factor as well. Longer didgeridoo create a lower and more impressive sound. Do you want to travel with the instrument or do you only use it at home. Depending on those preferences a shorter or longer didgeridoo is the right fit. The size range of a common didgeridoo is between 40 and 60 inch.

59” Didgeridoo

59'' Didgeridoo
2 Reviews
59'' Didgeridoo
  • Teakwood didgeridoos are made of branch pieces, 59" long, 2" mouth piece, 5"" bell end
  • They are perforated and similar in the sound to the eucalyptus instruments.
  • They have a good counter - pressure and allow a complete play.
  • They are cheaper than eucalyptus didgeridoos but very tear solid

39” Didgeridoo

39'' Didgeridoo
1 Reviews
39'' Didgeridoo
  • Teakwood didgeridoos are made of branch pieces and covered with a linseed oil finish in the inside and the outside, 39" long, 2" mouth piece, 3-4" bell end
  • They are perforated and similar in the sound to the eucalyptus instruments.
  • They have a good counter - pressure and allow a complete play.
  • They are cheaper than eucalyptus didgeridoos but very tear solid

Compact Didgeridoo

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Compact Didgeridoo
266 Reviews
Compact Didgeridoo
  • At 8 1/2" tall and made of Mahogany, the Meinl Travel Didgeridoo is small in size but big in sound
  • An internal baffle directs air through a zigzag channel, turning it into an impressive drone note with harmonic overtones that enables the traditional Australian didgeridoo sound to be heard
  • Its compact design makes it the perfect instrument to take on the road or to the studio without taking up too much space
  • This instrument is also great for practice, self meditation, and useful as a tool to learn circular breathing

Didgeridoo Price Range

Are you a beginner or a professional? How much money do you want to spend on a didgeridoo? The price of a didgeridoo can range between 20$ and $2000. Hera are some examples of different price ranges.

Low Price Didgeridoo

Low Price Didgeridoo
131 Reviews
Low Price Didgeridoo
  • Individual inspection and testing - we won't sell it if it doesn't sound good.
  • 52" tall, 2" wide - optimal for easy transport and excellent sound - Key of C - Ohm
  • Hand crafted with synthetic and natural materials. More durable than wood, and weatherproof and lightweight.
  • Contoured playing end, hand dipped beeswax mouthpiece, with FREE beeswax bar to customize mouthpiece

Medium Price Didgeridoo

Medium Price Didgeridoo
3 Reviews
Medium Price Didgeridoo
  • Didgeridoo teak wood, for pro`s, enhanced interior design for enriched overtones and percussive play
  • Well tuned didgeridoos natural & oiled, tuned to the pitches E
  • To prevent them from cracking and to get a brighter sound, they are covered with a lineseed oil finish outside
  • they are carefully deburred

High End Didgeridoo

I hope this list helped you to decide where to buy didgeridoos how to buy them and which didgeridoos are for sale. Till the next time!

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