• A straight-forward great yiḏaki from Ŋoŋu with medium backpressure, and easy transition between the horn and drone. The sound has a nice warm feel to it, especially after a few minutes as it warms up. I recommend this great stick for both traditional and contemporary players - a great value for money!

    Key: D Length: 146cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3-3.2cm Available from Sydney, Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see 'Additional information' tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A high-pitched instrument from Master Djalu with high backpressure that makes this instrument suitable for experienced players only; the walls are quite solid, therefore it is a heavy instrument. A great choice for someone who wish to practice on a highly-charged stick to train the lungs and muscles.

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  • An easy player instrument with open bore, medium backpressure and rich drone. The transition between the drone and the toot is easy, and the size and shape of the mouthpiece make the dups very easy to hit. A top-quality, 100% natural yiḏaki for trad-heads.

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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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  • Another top-quality work from Dhapa, just look at the photos and listen to its sound below: amazing work and finish on the body, tapered walls, great finish (look at the mouthpiece and the bell), balanced backpressure, easy transition between drone and toot, straight, rich sound. The instrument plays between Eb and E when played dry, the key slightly moves up once its warmed up. If you are looking for a perfect yiḏaki, go no further.

    Key: E/F Length: 151.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3.2cm

    Available from New South Wales, Australia with worldwide shipping.

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  • A beautifully crafted instrument with slim tapered body, an excellent example of Marikuku's skills and attention to detail. The backpressure is medium, well balanced and allows the player to speed up or slow down, easily switch between the drone and toot and play effortless. The sound is straight, crisp and rich in harmonics. I recommend this instrument for serious yiḏaki enthusiasts.

    Key: Eb Length: 139ḻ.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3cm

    Available from New South Wales, Australia with worldwide shipping.

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  • A nice yiḏaki in the medium key range with medium backpressure and full-bodied sound. The chamber is quite open all the way through and opens up in a tapered bell. The instrument is capable to deliver both slower and faster rhythms, really fun to play. I recommend this excellent stick for both traditional and contemporary players.

    Key: E Length: 137cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3.2-3.5cm

    Available from New South Wales, Australia with worldwide shipping.

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  • A top-quality yiḏaki from Dhapa: superb craftsmanship, high-end finish, thin walls, perfect mouthpiece and bell, balanced backpressure, easy transition between drone and toot, rich sound and excellent acoustics. A serious instrument for serious players.

    Key: Eb Length: 154cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3cm Available from New South Wales, Australia with worldwide shipping. For details and specifications see the 'Additional information' tab below.

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  • A highly charged instrument with tight upper chamber, high backpressure and classic 'dirty' sound. Despite the high key and pressure, this yiḏaki is easy to handle, responsive and the transition between the drone and toot is easy. Recommended for those who are looking for a unique sound.

    Key: F# Length: 130cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.9cm

    Available from New South Wales, Australia with worldwide shipping.

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  • 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 unique opportunity for collectors to acquire a superb instrument from Dhapa. If you go through the photos and the attributes below that describe the size of this stick, you might have an idea what you see on the screen: an absolute gun with large bell and volume. The transition between the drone and toot is easy, the backpressure is well-balanced, the sound is rich and surprisingly loud, the instrument plays in F# drone and F# toot that is quite rare. This is a top-quality yiḏaki, recommended for hard-core trad-heads and collectors.

    Key: F# Length: 150cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3.1cm Available from NSW, Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the 'Additional information' tab below.

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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 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 big-gun from Old Man with an impressive big bell, and high volume; the backpressure is high, the chamber is open and the air flows through properly. The player needs a good lung capacity to be able to 'pump' this instrument to reach its real potential. Perhaps some wax on the mouthpiece will make it more comfortable to play. There are a few movements on the timber seen around the mouthpiece, so I offer this instrument on a reduced price; I recommend it for someone who is looking for an instrument to practice and build up lung capacity and not feeling confindent to potentially repair cracks. The instrument is sealed with tung oil and gum turpentine.

    Key: F# Length: 152.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3.1-3.5cm Available from NSW Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the 'Additional information' tab below.

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  • 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 great yiḏaki from Ŋoŋu with medium backpressure, easy transition between the horn and drone; the instrument is responsive to tongue and lip movements. The sound has a murky feel to it, that gives interesting, unusual acoustics to its sound.

    Key: Eb Length: 140cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.8cm AVAILABLE WITH DOMESTIC SHIPPING ONLY WITHIN AUSTRALIA. For details and specifications see 'Additional information' tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • Another top-yiḏaki from Marikuku in the key of F with G drone; well-balanced, responsive with medium backpressure, slim, lightweight body, sharp acoustics and good volume. A fun-to-play instrument, recommended for players who wish to sharpen their traditional-playing skills.

    Key: F/G Length: 136cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.6cm Available from NSW, Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see 'Additional information' tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A top-player yiḏaki, highly recommended for those, who are keen to sharpen their tongue movements and better understand the Northeast Arnhem Land playing styles. The instrument is super-responsive to tongue movements and pressure changes through the diaphragm, the backpressure is quite high but very well balanced; the drone plays easy, the dups are easy to hit, and due to the convenient mouthpiece and pressure, the transition between the two is effortless. A perfect fit for yiḏaki nerds.

    Key: E Length: 137.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3cm Available from Sydney, Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the 'Additional information' tab below.

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  • I have not had many instruments in stock from Ŋutjapuy before, but I am always excited to find new instruments from him; the characteristics of his yiḏaki are pretty consistent: plain, natural, straightforward sticks with clear sound, easy-to-play instruments with medium backpressure and good transition between drone and toot, simple craftsmanship and artwork. This instrument is another great example of  Ŋutjapuy's work, I recommend it for both traditional and contemporary players, although, due to its responsive playing characteristic, I highly recommend for those, players, who are practicing the traditional playing styles of Northeast Arnhem Land, and looking for a great yiḏaki on a great price.

    Key: E Length: 145cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3-3.5cm Available from Sydney, Australia with worldwide shipping 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:
     
  • A unique instrument from Bibibak with 'dirty' sound characteristics, high backpressure and easy transition between drone and toot. The internal chamber is quite tights at the top, and gradually opens up towards the bell, that is left natural. I recommend this instrument for those players, who are practicing traditional playing styles and looking for 'something different' to extend their yiḏaki collection with a unique sound.

    Key: F Length: 149.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.5-3cm 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 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 perfect choice for someone who is looking for an easy-player instrument in the lower-key range. A responsive instrument with warm sound, rich acoustics and medium backpressure. I recommend for both traditional and contemporary players.

    Key: C# Lenght: 150.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3.7cm Available from Bellawongarrah, NSW Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the 'Additional information' tab below.

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  • Another thunderous yiḏaki straight from Djalu's business for those collectors, who are looking for those long resonators. An easy to play instrument with good playing qualities, nice transition between the drone and toot and medium to low backpressure, so do not expect this stick to deliver fast rhythms. The large bell and solid wall provides the resonance you are looking for in big gun like this. The painting depict ḏatham or water lily tubes, a plant-based bushfood flavoured by Yolŋu.

    Key: D/F# Lenght: 176 Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the 'Additional information' tab below.

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  • A classic instrument from one of our long-term favourite yiḏaki makers, with 'dirty' sound, balanced medium backpressure, and easy transition between the drone and toot. I recommend this instrument for both traditional and contemporary players.

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  • Here is another big gun made by Djalu', it is coming available from our reserves. A long stick with thunderous, powerful and warm sound, easy transition between the drone and the toot, and great playing characteristics. As you can see on the photos, this instrument has an elegant body with tapered bell, a classic yiḏaki shape for your visual pleasures. Highly recommended for traditional players and collectors, make sure you don't miss it!

    Key: E/D Lenght: 176.5cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.7-3cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the 'Additional information' tab below.

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  • I usually do not prefer to use words like 'simple' or 'classic' when I describe yiḏaki because I am worried that the dear customer might misunderstand what I am trying to say here...however sometimes I run out of words. So, this is a great instrument with simple design, a classic work from Dhapa with open chamber and sound. The mouthpiece is quite big, so you might need some wax to reduce its size. The backpressure is medium, and the instrument is easy to play. Due to its playing characteristics, I recommend this instrument for both traditional fans and those players, who are practicing contemporary didgeridoo playing styles.

    Key: Eb/G# Lenght: 142cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3.3cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the 'Additional information' tab below.

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  • A great and affordable didgeridoo from a well-known yiḏaki maker who is residing between Dhälinybuy homeland and Nhulunbuy township. The top section of the instrument is quite thin including the wall and internal chambers, however the backpressure is lower than you would expect: it is in the mid-range. It is an easy to play yiḏaki with full-bodied sound and great acoustics, responsive for tongue movements and suitable to play even fast rhythms. I recommend this instrument for traditional players who are looking for a top-quality stick.

    Key: Eb/G Lenght: 139cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.5-2.8cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the 'Additional information' tab below. Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • Here is a classic traditional Northeast Arnhem Land style yiḏaki for those, who are looking for a unique instrument for their collection. The instrument has medium to low backpressure, responsive for tongue movements and plays very well. A lightweight didgeridoo with thin walls.

    This little gem was sitting in the Yirrkala art centre for a number of years until I noticed, I consider it one of the best catches of this year so far. Do not miss it!

    Key: C#/F# Lenght: 145cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 2.6cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the 'Additional information' tab below.

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  • Another great catch for those who would like to own a yiḏaki from Djalu' - or would like to get another good stick in their collection. Due to the spacious internal chamber and the open bell the backpressure is medium to low, you can feel the resonant warm sound throughout your body - both as the player and the listener. The drone is easy to hit and sounds great. The mouthpiece might require some wax, however I have managed to play it easily. A great instrument for slower, meditative rhythms and playing styles.

    Key: Eb/G Lenght: 161cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3.3cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see the 'Additional information' tab below.

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  • A top-quality traditional instrument from a master maker. Due to the size of the instrument, the thin walls, the spacious internal chamber and bell, this yiḏaki has superb sound and playing characteristics. The medium backpressure is balanced, the transition between the drone and the toot is easy and effortless, the sound is rich in acoustics and has quite high volume and warm resonance. I recommend this instrument for traditional players.

    Key: E/F Lenght: 165cm Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3.5cm Available from Yirrkala, NT Australia with worldwide shipping For details and specifications see 'Additional information' tab below.

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  • Here is a unique opportunity for players and collectors who are searching for a low-pitched yiḏaki. This instrument plays in low B with F toot, low backpressure and slow resonance. The walls are quite solid, the mouthpiece left natural, the bell is chiseled out to slightly open up the aperture. Since the sound is rich in bass and overtones, this stick is great for relaxed, meditative playing styles. The maker of the instrument is unknown, the artwork painted by a senior Yolŋu lady.

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  • A nice traditional didgeridoo with a warm growling sound, slim body, thin walls and good play-abilities. I recommend this instrument for both traditional and contemporary players.

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  • A great yiḏaki for but traditional and contemporary players at either beginner or advanced level. I really appreciate the acoustics and harmonics of this instrument that is due to its open tapered aperture and thin walls. Good catch, don't miss it!

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  • Here is a unique opportunity for yiḏaki players and collectors to own an original B. Wunuŋmurra. I do not think I need to introduce Old Man for those who are interested in yiḏaki; for those who are new to the yiḏaki-art: Mr B. Wunuŋmurra is one of the most known and most influential yiḏaki makers of our age, passed away a few years ago (see more in his bio by clicking on his name).

    This stick is quite short, the internal aperture is open and spacious all the way along the instrument - therefore the backpressure is medium, and the sound has plenty of bass and overtones. The player needs to experiment and practice how to hit the dups, however once he got it right, it is effortless and comes easy. A great stick to upgrade the collection with something unique! Listen to this yiḏaki here:
  • A thunderous, large stick with great playing qualities and superb sound. The drone has plenty of bass and overtones, the transition to the toot is easy and effortless. The instrument is responsive to tongue movements, the backpressure is well-balanced and makes this huge tube effortless to play.

    I recommend this yiḏaki for those, who are looking for a big resonator from Djalu'. Collector's item!

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  • One of my favourite yiḏaki in the stock at the moment, cannot recommend enough. Super-fast player with well-balanced backpressure and powerful sound filled with overtones and energy. The transition between the drone and the toot is easy, and has plenty of depth to it. I recommend this instrument for players who are looking for a top-quality yiḏaki to blow their minds away.

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  • A great yiḏaki with excellent playability and superb craftsmanship. The sound is in the mid-range, warm and has a lots of depth to it. The wall is thin (look at the mouthpiece) and resonate well.

    Gapanbulu is one of the players of the renowned Yothu Yindi band, he is a master-maker of our time with good understanding of the traditional context of the didgeridoo of Northeast Arnhem Land.

    I highly recommend this yiḏaki for those, who are looking for a great yiḏaki to start to practice traditional playing styles.

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  • Another classic Dhapa yiḏaki for those who like high quality finish, attention to detail, open bore and nice crisp sound. The backpressure is well balanced, the mouthpiece is convenient and the wall of the instrument is thin and resonates well - also look at the perfect conical shape! Due to the open spacious chamber the sound is full-bodied and has plenty of overtones and bass to it. I recommend this instrument for players who are looking for a boomy yiḏaki with superb playing qualities.

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  • A simple looking, but top-quality player traditional instrument - as we got used to it from Bibibak (that is the reason why he is one of my favourite makers). A solid yiḏaki with a little bit 'dirty' sound, balanced medium backpressure, and easy transition between the drone and toot. I recommend this instrument for players who are following the traditional playing styles of Northeast Arnhem Land.

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  • 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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  • This great yiḏaki is a collaboration of two great artists from the Miwatj region, facilitated by the Buku-Larrŋgay Mulka Art Centre: Djalu supplied the instrument, Bulthirirri painted the design. Due to the confined chamber along the upper section, the backpressure is quite high; the sound has a somewhat 'rustic' feel to it, that is amplified in the massive bell at the distal end. The mouthpiece is comfortable, and makes it very comfortable to play this stick. The transition between the drone and the dups is easy, and sound great! A #1 collectors item!

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  • A great yiḏaki with elegant shape and open bell. The internal chamber is quite confined along the top section of the instrument, that give the sound a 'dirty' feel - that I like very much. The backpressure is medium to high, the transition between the toot and drone is easy. Even though the instrument is capable of faster rhythms, the slower, flowing tempo feels more natural on this stick.

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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 solid yiḏaki with tick walls, open bell and superb playing qualities and excellent acoustics. The dups are very easy to hit and sound great, the backpressure is quite high - exactly what you expect from an F# pitched stick. This didgeridoo is suitable for both slow and fast rhythms, although you will need to be prepared to have enough lung capacity to pump adequate air into its chamber. I recommend this instrument for players who wish to improve their traditional playing style.

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  • Unfortunately the photos do not capture the real size of this instrument, to get a sense of it have a look at the dimensions: it is a super-long instrument (189.5cm!) with a big bell and impressive volume. An easy to play yiḏaki (that is even more impressive due to its unusual size), the drone loud, warm and has rich acoustics, the backpressure is medium and the toot is easy to hit and sounds great. The key of the drone depends on the player, my tuner shows low D, although if you play it soft, it moves down to C#. The internal aperture is open and well worked out.

    An amazing stick, recommended for collectors or for those who are looking for a massive stick for sound-therapy.

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