Our Standard "Make A Didge" kit includes blank, drawknife, beeswax, and an in-depth video tutorial on how to craft a quality didgeridoo. If you want more than one blank, just increase the quantity by selecting a different product option. When ordering, please tell us what LENGTH you would like your blank to be in the ORDER NOTES on the ORDER CONFIRMATION PAGE during checkout. You can request your blank to be anywhere between 1.1m and 1.8m, and if you are ordering more than one, you can choose different lengths for each blank in the order. If you would like to purchase a bulk kit with more than 5 blanks, please contact us. Notes: AUSTRALIAN BUYERS: Remote areas may attract an additional surcharge. INTERNATIONAL BUYERS: Please contact us for a quote on shipping to your address. Video tutorial link will be sent separately to your email address.
Our blanks are collected from central NSW usually in autumn when the sap is not active in the trees. The trees collected are only genuine termite hollowed—we do not bore out the blanks to make them useable. We collect mostly Mallee and Box Tree blanks. They are sold well seasoned (at least 6 months), unless otherwise requested. We leave the bark on them so they season slower. Our blanks come in all shapes and sizes—just like people! We collect them in varying lengths and leave them to season in the natural environment. Just choose the size and quantity you require from the menu. If you want different lengths, you can add these to the cart separately.
Did you know that the didgeridoo is not really that hard to learn to play? Learn quickly and easily with this straightforward and easy to understand DVD. Alex Murchison uses the highly effective Echo Tree Didgeridoo Tuition Method, developed in Australia throughout his years as a professional didgeridoo tutor over the last 2 decades.
Your essential tool for didge making. This tool is extremely effective in removing the bark and timber from your didgeridoo 'blank' or hollow tree, and will be an indispensable part of your didgeridoo making tool kit. A drawknife is a traditional woodworking hand tool used to shape wood by removing shavings and will be useful long after you have finished making your didge. It is pulled or "drawn" toward the user, hence the name “Drawknife”.
During this in-depth, hands-on practical workshop, our presenter Alex Murchison will guide you through the entire didgeridoo making process. Beginning with a genuine Australian termite hollowed blank, Alex takes you through all the steps you will need to know to make your own didge. Filled with over 1 hour of practical tuition, these tips and trade secrets will give you the ability and knowledge to create your own unique gift of nature.
These blanks have thicker walls than our standard blanks and are generally heavier blanks with a smaller hole in the centre. Just choose the size and quantity you require from the menu. If you want different lengths, you can add these to the cart separately.
Besides splitting (or air leaks), a poorly formed didgeridoo mouthpiece will most detrimentally affect didgeridoo playability. Our didgeridoo mouthpiece ingot contains top quality Australian dark beeswax and when used in conjunction with our online tutorial, 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.