Echo Tree: The
Didgeridoo Craftsmen - Didgeridoos with Edge
"If the earth had a voice it would be the sound of a Didgeridoo"
Before you buy or play a Didgeridoo learn more about this amazing Australian Instrument
Besides splitting (or air leaks), a poorly formed didgeridoo mouthpiece
will most detrimentally affect didgeridoo playability. As you would
most likely already know, most didgeridoos that are sold around the
world have quite poorly formed mouthpieces, often with questionable
quality 'beeswax' on them.
It is therefore very important that every didgeridoo player has the
necessary skills to manipulate and repair their own beeswax mouthpieces.
It also goes without saying that having access to top quality beeswax
is also important.
Echo Tree's didgeridoo mouthpiece ingot contains top quality Australian
dark beeswax and when used in conjunction with our online tutorial,
we hope will solve all your mouthpiece related problems!
Use the ingot to repair or replace your existing mouthpiece and/or to
seal up any cracks or other leaks that may appear over time in your
didgeridoo. Having our beeswax ingot on hand as 'backup' in case one of your didgeridoos
sustains a damaged mouthpiece will also allow you to quickly repair
it and be playing again with minimal fuss.
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