Decorative Aboriginal Spiral Didgeridoo Horn, Painted with Case
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This didgeridoo and makes a low, droning horn sound when played. Made from 100% plantation grown mahogany wood and hand painted by artisans in Bali. Measures approximately 11.5" L x 2" H x 11.5" W and comes with a protective nylon case.
The Spiral Didgeridoo is a unique compact version of a full-length didgeridoo where the internal airflow path on the inside of the instrument is spiral design to allow for the creation of didgeridoo tones.
The spiral shape creates effective length of 42" due to the internal airflow path. The mouthpiece is sanded smooth so there is no need for a wax mouthpiece and the mahogany wood construction facilitates rich sounds.
- Aboriginal woodwind musical instrument.
- Makes a low, droning horn sound when played.
- As an accent piece, it makes for great conversation starters as guests share their experiences of music around the world.
- Made from 100% plantation grown mahogany wood and hand painted by artisans in Bali.
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