So you want to learn how to play the didgeridoo?
Not sure which one to get?
Congratulations, you're in the right place!
The Didgeridoo Breath team is proudly the world's biggest didgeridoo lesson provider, teaching thousands of people how to play each year.
Even better news, we are specialists in finding the perfect didgeridoos for our customers.
We can hand pick one for you!
We know what to look for and within each didgeridoo range, we can hand pick a didgeridoo for you that is easy to play, uses little air, has a clear drone, is well balanced with good backpressure and will fast-track your didgeridoo playing!
What this Didgeridoo Starter Pack Includes:
1 x Medium Natural Finish Eucalyptus Didgeridoo - hand selected and ideal for learning (Length approx 100-115cm / 40-46inches)
1 x Playing The Didgeridoo DVD - the world's greatest didgeridoo lessons which will teach you everything you need to know to get started
Please note that the didgeridoo pictured above is an example only. The didgeridoo we hand select for you will be very similar, however as every didgeridoo is hand-made and completely unique, the didgeridoo shape and colour may vary slightly.
Is this the right Didgeridoo Starter Pack for me?
Didgeridoo Starter Pack Buyers Guide
All didgeridoos in our Didgeridoo Starter Packs are made from termite hollowed Eucalyptus trees from the Northern Territory, Australia. They are sealed inside and out for the highest sound quality and durability in all climates around the world.
In selecting a Didgeridoo Starter Pack there are 2 things to consider:
The length affects the pitch of the didgeridoo. What sound do you prefer? That's the size to go for.
Medium: Medium sized didgeridoos range from around 100cm - 115cm (40 - 46inches). Being a little shorter than full sized didgeridoos, they have a slightly higher pitch (Key: E - F). Have a listen to the sound sample of a medium didgeridoo below.
Large: Large didgeridoos are "full-sized" didgeridoos that range from 125cm - 140cm (50 - 56inches). Larger didgeridoos have a deeper tone (key C - E). Have a listen to the sound sample of a large didgeridoo below.
What to you prefer your didgeridoo to look like?
Now this is a personal choice. Some people prefer the natural timber look, while others prefer aboriginal artwork. Below are the 3 finishes that you can choose from:
Natural Finish: A basic sealed finish that shows the unique eucalyptus timber.
Gloss Finish: A more refined gloss/shiny finish that brings out the deep, rich colours in the timber grain
Artwork: Uniquely hand-painted by aboriginal artist, Vicki Harding