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Didgeridoo from Rasamala wood 156 cm – F


Main note: F Trumpets (1/2/3): F#,C#,F# Wood: Rasamala Length: 156 cm Trumpet diameter:  11-12 cm Inner diameter of the mouthpiece: 3 cm Weight: 2,3 kg Cover: included – nylon, shockproof  – Free worldwide shipping by Air mail UPS(6-9 days).

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Take advantage of the offer on our website didgeridoo for sale and play fast rhythms of the aborigines of Australia! In most cases, the aboriginal play the didgeridoo in high keys in notes f and E.

This musical instrument aboriginal Australia from solid mahogany rasamala configured in the note F. Allow yourself to buy this didgeridoo and enter in resonance with the breath and creating a fun ethnic music.
Rasamala wood it is one of the most durable trees on Earth, Rasamala is also quite rare. Reaching 40-60 meter height, it spreads from the Himalayas to Malaysian Peninsula, Sumatra and West Java. Due to it’s fantastic durability it is suitable for wood columns of electricity, railway lines and even bridges! Honestly – it is difficult to work with it, but we did it! So now Rasamala Didgeridoo can become a bridge between your heart and pure sound!

  1. Equal thickness of the didgeridoo walls. Maintenance of this parameter lets the instrument vibrate more strongly and easily answer the current of the incoming air. We have achieved that due to the direct-axis wood sawing in two and manual channel processing.
  2. Excellent didgeridoo back pressing. The inner channel structure has step-by-step uniform extension. Starting from the 3 cm mouthpiece, the channel keeps this diameter for 20-30 cm of length and then extends slowly.
  3. High-quality wood processing. We pay special attention to mouthpiece flow as your mouth will have to interact with this part of the instrument. You also won’t have to doubt in junction safety of glued wood halves. The glue has passed the time and high pressure tests. In most didgeridoo instruments, the seam is practically invisible.


Weight 2.3 kg
Dimensions 156 x 11 x 22 cm


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