Wind Instrument of ancestral origin (at least 2000 years in existence), used by the aborigines of Australia. A cylinder of eucalyptus traditionally hollowed out naturally by termites. The sound is made by the vibration of the player´s lips at the mouth of the instrument. I spent many months working on different prototypes, and this is the result. I call it Amaru. In Andean mythology, the Amaru (serpent) is an animal that can move between worlds. I am very proud of how it turned out and am excited to sell my creation to you! Included is a free class on circular breathing and technique. Materials: Walnut wood and plywood with laser cutter design. This instrument is tuned in C# (440Hz)
Wood, bamboo, or PVC. I almost always recommend the PVC, it has better sound in treble and low notes, and is more durable than the others. You can also choose the design of your painting (may change the cost). The tonality can be in B, C, D, E and F.
Measures: 15; 5″ L x 2″ H x 13; 5″ W
Didgeridoo with One Tone, Didgeridoo Telescopic, Trombone Didgeridoo, Didgebox, Didgesnake