Ultimate Hands Free Didgeridoo Stand

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$275.00
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Stand-600

Introducing a new Hands-Free Didgeridoo Stand for the discerning player that is ready to stand up to any & all challenges in performance.

This patented model design has been custom created right here in Western Australia by local didgeridoo enthusiast Roy Smith.
Based on surveys, circles and discussions by serious didgeridoo players from around the world he has developed a real heavyweight champion of a stand with many reliable features!

The extendable hook arm is guaranteed to ensure your didgeridoo will never slip forward during play or display, and assists in distributing the weight of your instrument on the stand.

The tripod is adapted from standard drum hardware to provide further strength & stability with a style that matches the aesthetics of the rest of your percussion setup on stage. All metal hardware = solid as a rock.

Standard features that you can expect too are of course adjustable height and angle for your playing comfort, and velcro strapping on a gripping foam base. Feel free to lock it in tight for the ultimate secure hands-free experience or leave the lugs loose to provide some movement whilst you sway & play. The choice is yours!

Weight: 3.3kg
Min. Playing Height: 77cm
Max Playing Height: 125cm (to the top of the stand on a decent angle, but your didgeridoo will of course extend this)
Fold-up Length: 97cm
Pack-away Length: 67cm (removing the head plate from the tripod)

The Best Hands-Free Didgeridoo Stand on the market! Thanks Roy :)
Order yours today and set your hands free!!!

PATENT #354545


Free shipping in Australia

This stand is the ultimate way to hold your didgeridoo. The solo didgeridoo stand is adjustable in height so you can stand-up or sit down. This little gem will allow you to play guitar, shakers, djembe or any other instrument while playing the didgeridoo... or just add that touch of class to your image.
Easy set up/pack-up design. Solid hardware and compact. Secure holding.
Maximum didge holding cradle height : 125cm
Minimum didge holding cradle height : 77cm
Fold-up length : 97cm
Pack-up length : 67cm

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  • 5
    Good for microphone

    Posted by Franco Favaro on 5th Jun 2021

    I'm using the stand with microphone is fantastic

  • 5
    My new didgeridoo tripod

    Posted by Lee Fowler on 24th Mar 2021

    I’ve purchased a few things from didgeridoo breath and every time the guys there have been super helpful friendly to the point I refer to you guys as friends when talking about your business with other players or friends. I wouldn’t go anywhere else

  • 5
    Didgeridoo Hands free playing stand

    Posted by Heather Menzies on 12th Feb 2021

    Wonderful. Heavy duty and great design. Thankyou.

  • 4
    The best didge stand

    Posted by Luke Ligtenberg on 3rd Dec 2020

    The stand has been great, it holds my heavy Yidaki when I’m playing at live shows. The only small issues with it I have are... The Allen key you need to use to adjust it. If it were a one off adjustment it would be fine but it often needs tightening before shows (one more little thing you could forget before a gig) I have had to replace a screw and add a washer and nut because it coiled (my didge is heavy and it needs to be done up tight in order to stay up) Like I said, these are just small issues... I’m only saying it to offer some input so you can keep creating the best product. I am happy with both my stands. P.S would be great to get one in black

  • 5
    10x didgridoos

    Posted by Dylan Breen on 8th Aug 2020

  • 5
    Ultimate Didgeridoo Stand

    Posted by Luke Tonkin on 21st Jul 2020

    Sturdy stand, folds up extremely small so its great for travel. Love it, very happy.

  • 5
    We ended up buying two of these stands

    Posted by John Nejedlo on 10th Jun 2020

    I had difficulty finding a didgeridoo stand out there, much less finding one that truly appeared to be of good quality. We purchased our didge from Sanshi and was impressed with that experience, so we took Sanshi's recommendation on this didge stand. This particular stand is of such good quality that we immediately purchased a SECOND stand. If you ever make it to the big stage with your didge, this stand will be there with you.

  • 5
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    Posted by Corey Mallyon on 28th May 2020

    I'm extremely happy with the program, no complaints from me

  • 5
    Ultimate Hands Free Didgeridoo stand

    Posted by Grant Wratt on 24th Dec 2019

    This stand is Awesome .. I can play harder Standing up .. it folds up for easy cartage to my gigs .. Top service .. fast delivery to NZ .. Overall great people at didgeridoo breath.. highly recommended .. cheers team . Grant 🎵🎵

  • 4
    Didgeridoo Stand.

    Posted by Thomas Alexander Skog on 25th Sep 2019

    A very good quality didgeridoo (djembe) stand for a good price. All adjustable parts is made in metal which is a big advantage. The customized part for distal attachmet of the didgeridoo could have been a little longer (better balancing of long instruments). The part for fixing the didgeridoo would have been better with a concave shape.

  • 5
    Didgeridoo Stand

    Posted by Fraser Chapman on 7th Jun 2019

    Professional business and great product and delivery.

  • 5
    Didge stand

    Posted by Jack Gray on 25th Jan 2019

    After researching many other options, and chose the Ultimate Hands Free Didgeridoo Stand. It arrived quickly, especially given that it had to come to Canada. It works exactly as described. It is a solid stand and easy to adjust. Well worth the price. I would recommend it to other didgers.

  • 3
    Didge Performance Stand

    Posted by David Kelly on 12th Jan 2019

    The materials and structural elements of the stand are strong but the adjustment nut for altering the angle of the flatbed on which the instrument sits is disappointing. I'm making changes to it with alternative bolt and nut as the existing one spins in the slot and isn't user friendly. The double hook which holds the bell of the didge is also too wide for a narrow instrument. A better design would be a longer, single hook. It will work satisfactorily with adjustments but I feel it's overpriced for that to be necessary.

  • 4
    Hands free

    Posted by Andrew O'Connor on 26th Apr 2016

    good for what it is, but the price a little too high for the end result. would like to see a refined and more stable way to attach the didge, as the old stands had 2 x velcroe and the new has 1. other than that - service is always second to none, and delivery speedy. cheers you mob

  • 5
    Great Stand

    Posted by Malcolm on 12th Mar 2016

    This is a good quality stand that I highly recommend.

  • 4
    Very good constuction.

    Posted by Jens on 20th Jun 2015

    Very nice, well-thought-out construction. Only one point to mention: the vertical bar could be longer, the angle becomes difficult if the player is really tall.

  • 5
    Fantastic customer service and a great experience

    Posted by Jonas Moskowitz on 13th Jan 2015

    I ordered a didgeridoo and a hands free stand all the way from Chicago and the process couldn't have been easier. Everything arrived perfectly and it's by far the best didgeridoo I have ever played on.