Compact Slider Didgeridoo

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Compact Slider Didgeridoo
  • Compact Slider Didgeridoo
  • Compact Slider Didgeridoo
  • Compact Slider Didgeridoo
  • Compact Slider Didgeridoo
  • Compact Slider Didgeridoo

Compact Slider Didgeridoo

The SUPER SLIDER is like 11 didgeridoos in one pack!

Now you can play in most every key and even slide notes on the go.

Well crafted in resin / Carbon fibre with real wood mouthpieces the Super Slider packs into a professional travel bag.

The Super Slider frees didge players to experience different keys without having to change instruments. 

It is lightweight and portable (2.5kg - including bag) travel friendly and suitable for most playing situations. 

Strong and durable.  It's sound is full, resonant and has great back pressure making it easy to play toots in all keys.  

 

It's The Didgeridoo Who choose the player

its a true thing that its not aperson who choose the didgerdoo but it's the digeridoo who choose the player. and once your didgeridoo choose youthat will be yours,so playing didgeridoo is not just a musical practice it is far more,its is a spritual and metaphysical product

once you get your soul didgeridoo itwill changeyour personality.serching a soul didgeridoo is  a long journey untill the keep on playing didgeridoo.

 

If you are in hurry please dont purchase the didgeridoo

 

purchasing a didgeridoo is not like purchasing of I-phone there are so many things before so please dont be in hurry and choose your didgeridoo in relaxed enviornment, be patient and let us do our job in calm and relaxing state so that the resulting didgeridoo make you spritually tranquill.

The didgeridoo (also known as a didjeridu) is a wind instrument developed by Indigenous Australians of northern Australia around 1,500 years ago and still in widespread use today both in Australia and around the world. It is sometimes described as a natural wooden trumpet or "drone pipe". Musicologists classify it as a brass aerophone.

There are no reliable sources stating the didgeridoo's exact age. Archaeological studies of rock art in Northern Australia suggest that the people of the Kakadu region of the Northern Territory have been using the didgeridoo for less than 1,000 years, based on the dating of paintings on cave walls and shelters from this period. A clear rock painting in Ginga Wardelirrhmeng, on the northern edge of the Arnhem Land plateau, from the freshwater period (that was begun 1500 years ago) shows a didgeridoo player and two songmen participating in an Ubarr Ceremony

A modern didgeridoo is usually cylindrical or conical, and can measure anywhere from 1 to 3 m (3 to 10 ft) long. Most are around 1.2 m (4 ft) long. Generally, the longer the instrument, the lower the pitch or key of the instrument. However, flared instruments play a higher pitch than unflared instruments of the same length.

Tiplop Works have a vast range of Didgeridoo From traditional to travel,Box,spiral etc types

Every Didgeridoo is specific and truely unique in nature and this is the best quality of Didgeridoo.

Please be assure about your requirements before purchase have a clear disussion with seller so that you can get what you want.



Please contact us to know the specifications

Normally Didgeridoo may have a length fron 3 feets to 20feet or more.

the woods may vary from rosewood,teak,eucalyptus,bamboo and local traditional woods

  • Nice and solid, size is about 21" X 6" (53cm X 16cm) but the EFFECTIVE LENGTH is about 59" (150cm) !!!


CHOOSING A DIDGERIDOO

Shape

Didgeridoos come in all shapes and sizes, but on average, they are generally tubular and between 1m and 1.8m long, with an internal bore of between 25 and 60mm. Didgeridoos with dimensions outside of these ranges can still be played, however they will be harder to play and sound less like a typical didgeridoo.

It is the length and width of didgeridoos that primarily affects the pitch, or key, of a didgeridoo. Long didgeridoos with large bores (greater than 60mm) will have a low pitched, warm and bass-like drone. Short didgeridoos with narrow bores will have a high pitched, bright and sharp drone.

Didgeridoos can vary from being entirely straight to curvaceous, depending on the shape of the tree branch it was crafted from or its method of construction. Most didgeridoos made from tree branches have some kind of natural curves, which usually does not detract from the sound being produced, but in fact adds to its uniqueness.

Straight or curved didgeridoos will both produce good sounds. Nicely curved didgeridoos with an upward facing bell end will have a little more ‘leverage’ of sound because the sound will be directed towards the audience rather than into the ground.  

Didgeridoos are typically either cylindrical in shape, with an even bore along the entire length of the instrument, or conical in shape, tapering from a narrow mouthpiece to a wider bell end. Generally, an evenly tapering, conical shaped didge with a narrow mouthpiece will be easier to play than a cylindrical shaped didge with a large bore and mouthpiece. Furthermore, the horn sound is much easier to produce on a tapering didge with a narrow mouthpiece.

Wall density and thickness

The density of the walls of didgeridoos differs depending on the material the didgeridoo is made from. Didgeridoos made from softwood trees, bamboo or cardboard will have soft walls. These didgeridoos often sound less crisp than those with harder walls, such as eucalypt or other hardwood didgeridoos.

Soft walled didges absorb sound waves, so the sound will be dampened. Hard walled didges reflect sound waves better and will generally provide stronger sounds.

The thickness of the didgeridoo wall also effects the quality of the drone and it will also affect the backpressure. Too thin or too thick and the sounds waves will not oscillate properly through the didgeridoo and the result will be a dampened drone and reduced backpressure.

Weight

The weight of a didgeridoo is related to its material, density and proportions. Didgeridoos can be light or heavy, on average ranging from 1 to 5 kilograms.

Heavy and light didgeridoos can both produce excellent sounds, so you shouldn’t judge a didgeridoo based on its weight alone. You may want to consider though why the didgeridoo is very heavy or very light. Is it because the walls of the didgeridoo are very thick, thin, hard or soft? Considering these questions will help you in your overall selection.

One thing you should consider with regards to weight is how you intend to use your didgeridoo. If you plan to travel with your didgeridoo, you might want to consider getting something light enough for convenient portability. A few hours of walking around with a heavy didge can be a tiresome experience. If you are looking to play the didge in a band or where it might get knocked around a bit, you might want to look for something a bit heavier and more robust.  

A balance occurs between shape, density and weight to create a good sounding didgeridoo. For the beginner, choosing a didge with these correctly balanced features will be difficult to do just by looking at it and picking it up. You should always rely on playing the didgeridoo to determine whether you have a good quality didge.

However, it is good to have an awareness of how a didgeridoo's quality is affected by these characteristics. Most importantly, just remember that if a didgeridoo appears too thick or too thin, too dense or too soft, too heavy or too light, its sound quality may be compromised. If you are just starting out, aim to make or buy a didgeridoo with well-proportioned features. This should provide an instrument with good playability and one that offers a good range of sounds.



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