Besides splitting (or air leaks), a poorly formed didgeridoo mouthpiece will most detrimentally affect didgeridoo playability.
It's important that every didge player has the necessary skills to manipulate and repair their own beeswax mouthpieces. It also goes without saying that having access to quality beeswax is important. Our ingots are made from top quality Australian dark beeswax.
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 a couple of our beeswax ingots 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.
For more information, check out our tutorial for making a didgeridoo mouthpiece.