• A great opportunity for serious collectors to obtain a well-seasoned, heavily used ceremonial yiḏaki. It has superb playing qualities: sharp sound, responsive to tongue movements, the transition between the drone and toot is easy, the backpressure is medium to high and well balanced. Highly recommended for traditional players. Key: E/Ab Length: 133cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3.1cm

    Available from New South Wales, Australia with worldwide shipping.

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  • A simple, but powerful yiḏaki with superb playing capacities and sound: the internal chamber is open and natural all the way through, that creates ideal space for full-bodied acoustics and medium backpressure. The instrument is extremely easy to play, highly resonant, the sound fills up the room around you. I have great pleasure to play instruments with natural bore, the best sticks you can get in my opinion. I offer this instrument on a reduced price to counterbalance the small crack (sealed) along the bell.

    Key: E/F Length: 146cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3.5cm Available from New South Wales, Australia with worldwide shipping. For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A great little, highly-charged yiḏaki with superb playing qualities. The backpressure is high but well-balanced, therefore it allows the player to play fast while getting down in the 'rabbit hole' with tongue movements and and double breathing. The sound has lots of bass and lacks the higher tones. As you can see on the photos, the maker finished off the surface with a machette, a classic solid bush yiḏaki. Recommended for traditional players, fans and collectors.

    Key: G/A Length: 120cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3cm

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  • A solid yiḏaki from Larry: the wall is quite thick, the tapered chamber is confined at the top section and opens up in a nice bell; the backpresure is well-balanced, the transition between the drone and toot is easy, the sound is sharp and rich. The simplified artwork depicts Wititj, the ancestral totem of the Gäplu. A great stick, recommended for those, who want to sharpen their playing skills.

    Key: E/D# Length: 157cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.8-3cm Available from New South Wales, Australia with worldwide shipping. For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A short, highly-charged yiḏaki from Yilpara (Baniyala) homeland from the Blue Mud Bay area. I have seen several instruments from Wulu, he is consistently delivering the same quality: solid, good sounding classical yiḏaki. This particular instrument has high backpressure, therefore I recommend it for experienced players. The sound is sharp and full of high-pitched harmonics. The instrument is extremely responsive for tongue movements, so it is a great stick to sharpen your 'yiḏaki-language'. Highly recommended for traditional players.

    Key: F#/A Length: 118.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.7cm

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  • Returning customers might find this instrument a little unusual from Larry, and they are right: this is not the tapered, 'rocket' sticks we got used to from him, instead it is a slim, long stick that plays in the medium key-range. The backpressure is medium, and almost forces the player to play slower rhythms. The transition between the drone and toot is easy. The sound has great harmonics, warm and has plenty of higher overtones. The body is surprisingly light, the wall is thin and internal chamber is natural. Due to its playing characteristics, I recommend this great instrument for both traditional and contemporary players. Key: D/F# Length: 151cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3cm

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  • As most of our customers know, Vernon is the son of the late yiḏaki master Mr Dj.Gurruwiwi. Vernon is a highly trained yiḏaki player and maker, he has been involved in his father's business since he was a child. This instrument comes with medium backpressure, warm sound and acoustics - especially once the instrument warmed up -, the transition between the drone and toot is easy. Even though it has great capacities, due to its lower key, I found this instrument is more suitable for slower rhythms. Recommended for both traditional and contemporary players.

    Key: C# Length: 161cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.7-3.2cm Available from NSW, Australia. We are currently processing automatic payments for customers within Australia only. If you wish to purchase an instrument from outside of Australia, please contact us via email. For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A great looking instrument with a large bell and highly resonant sound. The aperture even at the top-section of the instrument is quite wide, therefore the backpressure is medium and the sound is rich in flat acoustics. The toot and dups are easy to hit. The wall of the instrument is quite thin, therefore this stick is lightweight and easy to handle. I recommend this instrument for both traditional-fans and contemporary players, especially for those who are looking for a 'resonator' for self-sound-bathing.

    The painting depicts ḏatham, a water lily flower, a Dhuwa moiety plant sung Gälpu - Dhopiya's husband's clan - which grows in the water-ways of Arnhem Land. In this design the artist refers to Garrimala, a significant place belonging to the Gälpu clan. Key: F Length: 146.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3cm Available from NSW Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A great yiḏaki for trad-heads from a young master-maker and ceremonial player. The wall of the instrument is thick and solid, mouthpiece is comfortable and shaped by applying a layer of fixative. The backpressure is well-balanced and serves the player well; the transition between the drone and toot is easy, the sound is full of harmonics. A great catch, highly recommended for those who are looking for a stick to practice traditional rhythms.

    Key: F Length: 134.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.6cm AVAILABLE WITH DOMESTIC SHIPPING ONLY WITHIN AUSTRALIA. For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A stunning instrument in the lower sound range with surprisingly good playing properties: the drone is deep and straigh-forward, the toot is easy to hit, and the medium backpressure supports the player to blow faster rhythms.

    The artwork depicts a specific type of plant that grows in the thick patches of bush - called 'ratjpa' or 'jungle' by Yolŋu - and flowering during the wet-season (December to March). We have not managed to identify the plant, however we will be able to provide more information on the artwork certificate for the lucky buyer. Key: C# Length: 170cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.8cm Available from NSW Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A highly versatile instrument from yiḏaki master Larry Gurruwiwi: a large and solid instrument with perfectly balanced backpressure, easy transition between the drone and toot, good-sounding 'dups', rich acoustics and large bell. I recommend this instrument for professional players.

    Key: E Length: 164cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.8cm Available from NSW Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • As most of our customers know, Vernon is the son of the late yiḏaki master Mr Dj.Gurruwiwi. Vernon is a highly trained yiḏaki player and maker, he has been involved in his father's business since he was a child. This is the first instrument that is coming through under his name, so I am excited to see the next instruments that will come though from him. In terms of the sound and playability, it is a classic Gälpu stick as we know it through Old Man's works: rich sound with plenty of deep acoustics, the dup and toot are resonant and you can feel them in your gut, the medium backpressure is well balanced and easy to hit, and the instrument has solid wall that delivers a direct but resonant sound. Since there are some visible movements in the timber, I offer this instrument on a slightly reduced price; I highly recommend to oil this instrument before shipping, that I can organise upon request.

    Key: E Length: 153.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.8-3cm Available from NSW Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A slow-player instrument from Larry, so for those who have played yiḏaki made by Larry might be surprised: the open wide aperture slows the instrument down, it has low backpressure, deep, highly resonant sound and thin walls. I purchased this yiḏaki from Larry in August 2022 after the Garma Festival, where he used this stick for "yidaki healing". This instrument was originally made for personal use, that you can also see on the surface on the instrument as there are a few marks on it. A perfect instrument for those who are looking for a unique instrument for sound-bathing.

    Key: C#/D Length: 171cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 4-4.5cm without wax Available from NSW Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A huge stick with open aperture, large bell, low backpressure and highly resonant sound; I found the transition between the drone and toot easy, however the player needs some experience to be able to hit the 'dups'. I recommend this instrument for those players who are looking for a 'slow-burner' instrument for sound-bath on self and others.

    Key: C#/Eb Length: 172cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 4cm (waxed) Available from NSW Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A great yiḏaki for trad-heads from a young master-maker and ceremonial player. The wall of the instrument is thick and solid, the backpressure is well-balanced and serves the player well; the transition between the drone and toot is easy, the sound is full of harmonics. A great catch, do not miss out.

    Key: F/Ab Length: 132.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.5-2.7cm Available from NSW Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A fast and lightweight yiḏaki with high backpressure, tight and natural aperture, and high-pitched sound. The instrument is responsive to lip movements, that makes this short and tiny stick versatile - however the player needs a good grasp and control to be able to play this 'electric' didgeridoo. A great catch for anyone who is looking for an easy-to-handle, super-fast yiḏaki.

    Key: F# Length: 123cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.5cm Available from Sydney, NSW Australia with worldwide shipping

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  • A great yiḏaki for both traditional and contemporary players who are looking for an instrument with medium backpressure, open aperture and warm acoustics. The transition between the drone and toot is easy, and due to the wider moth and neck, the instrument is suitable for relaxed playing styles and rhythms. A nice, straight forward stick.

    Key: Eb Length: 151cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.8-3cm Available from Sydney, NSW Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A super-lightweight stick with thin walls, resonant body and open aperture. This instrument is easy to play, comes with medium to low backpressure and warm, clear sound. I recommend this instrument for contemporary didgeridoo players who are looking for a traditional stick that is easy to carry around.

    Key: E Length: 129.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.7cm Available from Sydney, NSW Australia with worldwide shipping Listen to this yiḏaki here:
     
  • Here is another classic stick from Larry: tapered shape, easy transition between the drone and toot, clear and powerful sound. A great Gälpu yiḏaki for traditional enthusiasts and collectors.

    Key: E Length: 151cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.5-2.7cm Available from Sydney, NSW Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • An amazing traditional yiḏaki from a humble Yolŋu man, highly recommended for players who are looking for a (good looking) instrument to dive deep into the traditional playing styles of Northeast Arnhem Land. This yiḏaki is super-responsive, the dups and toot are easy to hit, and the backpressure is well-balanced. The craftsmanship is superb: the bore is natural, the wall and shape of the yiḏaki is tapered, the chamber just tight enough at the top and ends up in a nice looking bell. Congratulations for the lucky buyer - in advance.

    Key: D Length: 161cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3-3.5cm Available from Sydney, NSW Australia with worldwide shipping Listen to this yiḏaki here:
     
  • Unfortunately I do not have any information about this instrument in regards to the maker or area of origin - except I found this little treasure in Buku, the Yirrkala art centre a few months ago with no reference on the artwork tag. The reason why I picked it up is its warm sound, nice acoustics and great playing characteristics. I recommend this treasure for anyone, who wish to purchase a great yiḏaki on a great price. A good catch!

    Key: D Length: 154.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.7-3cm Available from Sydney, NSW Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • An excellent yiḏaki from Master Larry with superb acoustics, and slim, but solid body. The instrument is responsive for tongue and lip movements, easy to play, a very versatile stick with powerful sound. The backpressure is well-balanced, the transition from the drone to the toot is effortless - the dups sound amazing, I recommend this great didgeridoo for those, who wish to practice traditional playing styles from Northeast Arnhem Land.

    Key: D Length: 167cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.7-3cm Available from NSW Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A simple looking instrument from Larry with great acoustics and playing characteristics, solid walls and conical body. The backpressure is well-balanced, the instrument is responsive for tongue and lip movements that makes this great yiḏaki a versatile player suitable to practice proper North-east Arnhem Land style techniques. The sound is warm, rich in overtones, the transition between the drone and toot is effortless. A great catch for yiḏaki-fans.

    Key: Eb Length: 157.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.8cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the ‘Additional information‘ tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • Another great work from Ŋoŋu, recommended for collectors and yiḏaki fans. The playing characteristics as we got used to from this maker: medium to high backpressure, easy transition between the drone and toot and superb craftsmanship and artwork. Another extra thing I love about this instrument is the overtones that are a little shadowed and compressed, that gives the sound some 'dirty' or 'murky' feel. I did get lost listening to these unique harmonics while playing.

    Key: E Length: 142cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.8cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping

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  • A natural yiḏaki with open internal chamber, clear sound, medium backpressure and easy transition between the drone and toot. I recommend this instrument for followers of both contemporary and traditional playing styles, either beginners or advanced players.

    Key: D# Length: 139cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.7-3cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping Listen to this yiḏaki here:
     
  • A nice natural, slim yiḏaki from Yilpara outstation in the Blue Mud Bay. The sound is clear and rich in acoustics, the backpressure is in the medium-range and makes this excellent instrument an easy-player. The transition between the drone and toot is effortless. The photos might not reflect the actual size of this instrument, its body is slim, long and lightweight. The mouthpiece is quite small (shaped with a knife) and can be opened up further if the future owner wishes so. Due to its shape, sound and playing characteristics, this is a classic old-style yiḏaki, therefore I recommend it to serious collectors.

    Key: D# Length: 144cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.5cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping Listen to this yiḏaki here:
     
  • A high-pitched yiḏaki with confined internal chamber, and 'murky' sound (that I always appreciate). Due to its high backpressure I found slower-rhythms more suitable to play on this stick, and once you spend some time with this excellent instrument, you can find many beautiful harmonics in its sound. I recommend it for traditional-followers only.

    Key: F# Length: 138cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.5-3cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping Listen to this yiḏaki here:
     
  • Even though I have not appreciated high-pitched instruments lately, I need to admit instruments created by Ŋoŋu during the past few months changed my appetite for these instruments - and this one is one of the highlights. A beautiful stick with stunning painting, rich, full-bodied sound and superb playing characteristics: high backpressure, highly-responsive and fun-to play. One of those instruments that is truly hard to sell. Congratulations for the future owner in-advance.

    Key: G Length: 135cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see 'Additional information' tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A nice natural yiḏaki from Yilpara outstation in the Blue Mud Bay. The sound has nice growl and 'busy' or 'dirty' feel to it. The backpressure is quite high and the transition between the drone ant the toot is easy, the dups sound great. I recommend this instrument for players who look for a natural traditional stick on a great price.

    Key: F Length: 133.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.5cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping Listen to this yiḏaki here:
     
  • Another highly charged yiḏaki from master Ŋoŋu. The instrument has high backpressure, responsive to tongue movements and fun-to-play - if you have enough lung capacity. If not, it will train you to be stronger! I recommend this excellent instrument for those, who are following the yiḏaki playing styles.

    Key: F# Length: 135cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see 'Additional information' tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • Top-quality yiḏaki recommended for serious players and collectors. If you are familiar with traditional instruments, we do not need to introduce Ŋoŋu, one of the most productive yiḏaki makers of our time. As  you can see, it is a high-pitched yiḏaki with high backpressure and due to its tapered trumpet-like shape, its sound is highly-resonant and powerful. The transition between the drone and the toot is easy (both in the same key!), the instrument is super responsive for tongue and lip movements. This yiḏaki gets high scores from us!

    Key: G Length: 135.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see 'Additional information' tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • Another top-quality Dhaḻwaŋu clan yiḏaki from Balku; the backpressure is well balanced, the transition between the drone and the toot is easy, the sound is direct and rich. I recommend this yiḏaki for those, who are looking for a traditional instrument with high cultural integrity to practice the traditional playing techniques of East Arnhem.

    Key: D# Lenght: 134cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.5-3cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the 'Additional information' tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A unique opportunity for those, who are looking for a high-pitched super-fast yiḏaki. Since the backpressure is high, I do recommend this instrument for experienced players. A light stick with thin walls, the internal aperture is open and tapered; the dup's are easy to hit - but then again, you need experience to reach the full potential of this great instrument. Here is another beautiful artwork from one of the best yiḏaki makers of our time.

    Key: G/F# Lenght: 133cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3.3cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see 'Additional information' tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A top-quality yiḏaki from Northeast Arnhem Land with high cultural integrity and superb playing qualities. The sound has rich acoustics, and warm characteristics. The dups are easy to hit, the backpressure is in the medium range. I recommend this instrument for those players, who are looking for a two-in-one instrument to practice traditional playing styles painted with stunning Yolŋu miny'tji.

    Key: Eb-E/F# Lenght: 140cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see 'Additional information' tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • One of the best instrument we have in the stock at the moment. A classic stick from Ŋoŋu: balanced instrument with high backpressure, the transition between the drone and the toot is easy and sound absolutely fantastic (I cannot stop hitting the dups), and the artwork has high cultural integrity. I cannot speak highly enough about this instrument, I recommend it to those players who are practicing traditional playing styles. You won't be disappointed!

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  • Another great stick from Larry for those, who are looking for an easy to handle instrument and good playing characteristics: the wall of the instrument is quite thin (compared to the solid construction of a usual Gälpu yiḏaki from Birritjimi), the internal chamber is tight, and gradually opens up towards the distal end. The mouthpiece is a little small to me, however it could be changed with a file since there is 'meat' at the top end. The sound is sharp and rich in higher tones, the transition between the drone and the toot is easy, and the backpressure is medium. You can see an 'unusual touch' on the instrument, as 'Buku' written on the top section of the stick, a note that demonstrates this instrument was made for the Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka Art Centre.

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  • Another top-quality Dhaḻwaŋu yiḏaki from Balku; the backpressure is well balanced, the transition between the drone and the toot is easy, the sound is direct and rish. I recommend this yiḏaki for those, who are looking for a traditional instrument with high cultural integrity to practice the traditional playing techniques of East Arnhem.

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  • A solid yiḏaki from Ŋoṉu with thick walls and great acoustics. The mouthpiece is comfortable, the bell is well worked-out, the backpressure is medium and lets you to roll rhythms effortless. The dups are easy to hit and sound great above the drone. The sound is rich and has lots of depth to it, especially when the instrument is warmed up. I recommend this instrument for those traditional and contemporary players who are looking for a great traditional didgeridoo.

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  • A classic stick from Ŋoŋu: well balanced instrument with confined chamber, medium to high backpressure and top-quality craftsmanship. The mouthpiece is comfortable, the toot is easy to hit and sound great. I recommend this instrument for players who are following traditional playing styles.

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  • A simple but great yiḏaki from Larry with a funky shape and a nice, good looking bell. The drone is sharp, and the medium backpressure makes this instrument easy to play either you want to play slow or fast. The toot is easy to hit, this natural stick is a good choice for anyone who want to sharpen traditional playing skills.

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  • A great, 100% traditional yiḏaki from Yilpara outstation in the Blue Mud Bay. Its sound has a great depth and warmth, rich in overtones and bass. The transition between the drone ant the toot is super easy, the dups sound great. The size of the mouthpiece reduced with the mixture of glue and wood chips that reflects the maker's attention to detail. I recommend this instrument for players who look for a great, natural traditional stick.

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  • Another great traditional yiḏaki from a busy maker from Dhalinybuy outstation, about 2 hours drive from Nhulunbuy. The backpressure is medium to high, the instrument is responsive, the toot is easy to hit. The sound is a little bit confined and a ‘dirty’ feel that I like very much. The bright and stunning painting is made by using natural colours, the design is one of the most used Daṯiwuy clan pattern painted by Ŋoŋu.

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  • A great a versatile stick from one of the most famous makers of Northeast Arnhem Land. Since Mr B. Wunuŋmurra  passed away recently, this is one of the last opportunities to purchase an instrument made by him. After the instrument and its player warmed up, its sound is full of life, rich in low and high overtones; easy to play, responsive to every movements of the lips and tongue, the toot is easy to hit, suitable for fast playing. Beautiful shape and painting, I recommend this yiḏaki for traditional players and/or collectors.

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  • A great Dhaḻwaŋu yiḏaki from one of the most productive makers; the backpressure is balanced, therefore the instruments plays effortless with a good power, volume and transition between the drone and the toot. I recommend this yiḏaki for those, who are looking for a traditional instrument with high cultural integrity to practice the traditional playing techniques of East Arnhem.

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  • This instrument might be a challenging one for many players due to its extremely high backpressure. Although yiḏaki with high pressure is not popular amongst the (non-Indigenous) players, I often recommend these instruments to challenge skills and muscles. It also helps you to understand the dynamics of the didgeridoo in general. So if you do not have one, here is one for you from a master maker on a good price!

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  • An excellent yiḏaki from Marikuku, who is one of the best didgeridoo makers of the Northeast Arnhem Land region. It has a nice, warm growly sound with medium backpressure and great response rate – easy transition between the drone and the toot. I recommend this instrument for traditional players, however it is a great choice for those as well, who  follow contemporary playing styles.

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  • A 100% top-yiḏaki by Dhapa. It has a surprisingly powerful sound with medium to high backpressure, and warm sound that is rich in overtones. The walls are thin that gives a way new feeling to the instrument, it is very enjoyable to play! I highly recommend this stick for those, who are following the traditional playing styles of Northeast Arnhem Land.

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  • A stunning-looking yiḏaki by Marikuku, who creates top-quality instruments. If you have a look on the photos of the mouth and bell, you can see how much attention he pays to the finish of his work: perfect round shapes, and comfortable edges. The sound has a nice warm feel, the medium backpressure lets the player flow with the rhythm. The painting depicts gaḏayka marwat, the leafs of the stringybark tree.

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  • A nice and simple didgeridoo for those, who are looking for an easy-to-handle and easy-to-play stick to practice traditional rhythms. It has an open bore, medium backpressure, nice toot, and surprisingly good volume. Good work from Waṉḏawuy!

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