Artist: Abba Art
This didgeridoo is made from a native Australian Eucalyptus tree that has been hollowed by a termite and then worked on by the maker to turn it into an instrument.
Once cut, the tree or sapling has been allowed to dry, to help minimise and prevent the likelihood of cracks and splits later on. The next process involves stripping the bark, taking further timber off and smoothing and preparing the surface.
In its final stage it has been hand painted by the artist, and sealed with a gloss finish to protect the artwork, allowing it to be used as both a serious instrument and a piece of art.
The mouthpiece is fitted with a pliable beeswax mouthpiece. The beeswax provides the player with a comfortable seal and is also adjustable to different sizes to suit each individual player.
Great affordable genuine hand painted beginners instrument!