Posts Tagged ‘care’

How to clean the inside of your didgeridoo

Posted: Tuesday, October 12, 2010 in Info & Education

When playing a didgeridoo it is inevitable that a fair amount of moisture (dribble) is going to get on the inside. Most brass wind instruments have a “spit valve” to deal with this. With the didgeridoo, this valve is the end/bottom. If you play for long enough, you may see some dribble come out the end – don’t panic, this is normal :).

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How to stop my yidaki cracking

Posted: Sunday, June 20, 2010 in Info & Education

Traditional yidaki were very recently living trees, and wood will shift. Cracks can and do occur! But we will show you below, how easily cracks can be dealt with. After you calm down and stop crying!

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How to take care of your didgeridoo

Posted: Wednesday, March 17, 2010 in Articles, News

Fortunately the didgeridoo is one musical instrument that requires very little maintenance. Having said this, there are a couple of important things that you need to be aware of to keep your beloved didgeridoo in its current condition. Read the rest of this entry »