We have personally tried and selected this outstanding Didgeridoo Ornament. With its versatile playing possibilities - from trumpeting to percussive - and its fabulous sound, we can just recommend this Didge! In addition, it is easy to hold and transport as it is made of "Baked Wood". "Baked Wood" (thermally modified wood) is a new type of composite material made of wood chips, glue and fibreglass, which is extremely light, moisture resistant and yet durable and sustainable. Our didge is painted with tribal ornaments.
Traditionally the Didgeridoo or Yidaki, as it is also called in Australia, was used for the rhythmic accompaniment of ceremonial songs. The Australians (Aboriginals) recognized in the sounds of the didge the deep vibrations of the Rainbow Serpent, which were caused by it, when it formed the earth with its mountains, valleys and waters in the Dreamtime.