About this didgeridoo:
Key: E (440Hz)
length: 1295 mm
Timber: Eastern Australian Red Cedar
Mouth internal size: 30x31 mm
Bell internal size: 68x87mm
Hoot 1: G-G#
Hoot 2: E
This Didgeridoo is made from 2 pieces of salvaged Eastern Australian red cedar. The outside is coated
with 3 layers of satin varnish. The inside has been sealed with bee's wax. It has also been worked on the inside to improve the sound, so you can be assured, it plays and sounds great! Have a listen to the sound sample so you see for yourself.
About the maker:
My name Karim Salem. I_m am the founder of Salem Instrument. A new venture driven by my passion of instrument making. One of the instruments I make is the didgeridoo.
Since the very first time I heard the sound of the didgeridoo I developed an interest in the sound, the skill to make them and the land it comes from. I felt drawn to the culture and the spirit of the land.
Here is a little bit of my history as a didge player and maker.
I started playing didgeridoo (yidaki) in my motherland Belgium in 1997. I was 17 at the time. Having 22 years of experience with didgeridoo playing and making I feel confident to say that I_m proud of the quality and tonal resonance of the didges I make.
At the age of 19 I made the decision to venture to Australia and learned how to make the didgeridoo. I did a 2 year unofficial apprenticeship with Heartland didgeridoos in Bellingen NSW from 2008-2010. At the start of this year (2022) I finally decided to make my own style didgeridoos. I_m not the first to join wood together to make didgeridoos but I believe I am the first to make them out of more than two pieces. The most pieces I_ve joined together so far is 8 pieces which allowed me to play with the different colours and tones Australian Eucalypts have to offer. I love the patterns it makes and I_m very excited to keep discovering new ways to make Yidaki.
I_m so very proud to have one of my didgeridoos for sale at Didgeridoo Breath!If you have any questions about this didgeridoo, don't hesitate to email us
If you have any questions about this didgeridoo, don't hesitate to email us
Didgeridoo Buyers Guide
In our Didgeridoo Buyers Guide, Ben explains what to look for when buying your first, second and even third didgeridoo!
To watch, press play on the video below (it's a playlist) or click here for the full buyers guide video list and notes.
Great packing and super reliable shipping makes sure you will get your didgeridoo safely and on time, where ever you are in the world!
FREE shipping Australia wide with TNT Road Express. It takes around 5 to 10 working days.
We ship this didgeridoo to you with Worldwide Air Express. It takes around 3 to 5 working days to arrive and costs $99 AUD. We get this special rate as we send many didgeridoos and it's even cheaper than slower regular mail.
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Bonus Didgeridoo Lessons to FAST Track Your Learning
Every didgeridoo ships with free online access to our Didgeridoo Dojo Beginner Sessions, that's $39 USD of extra value completely free of charge.
Didgeridoo Dojo is our online learning platform and the most comprehensive "learn to play didgeridoo" resource on the planet!
So many didgeridoo players and beginners struggle because of lack of access to good quality training and in-person lessons. This is especially true for people outside of Australia.
About the Beginner Sessions
5. Some diaphragm and breathing techniques to varying your didgeridoo sound and play louder and quieter
Access to the beginner sessions is normally $39 USD but is completely free with any didgeridoo purchase.