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SHAPE - LENGTH CLASS : Volcano Yeti
INTEGRITY CLASS: Monodidge
LENGTH: 220cm
KEY (DRONE/TOOTS): B/C,G,C#,F,G#,B,Eb
WOOD: Bloodwood Eucalyptus
MOUTHPIECE: inner – 32mm, outer – 40mm
RIM WIDTH: 4mm
BELL: inner – 123mm, outer – 145mm
LOUDNESS@10CM: avg-111dB, max-124+dB
MASS: 6,1kg
FINISH: inner – epoxy, outer – oil
INLAYING: Fuchsite

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This is an ancient goddess of calming smooth drone and powerful vibrations, goddess of charm and harmony, beauty and sounductiveness, materialized in a didgeridoo. The moment you get a hold of this didgeridoo, you will feel the exceptional duality of tenderness and power it radiates. If you have read the description of didgeridoo “C Fantastique” – this is a very similar specimen, only of female principle.

Sound of this didgeridoo is warm, full, loud and round. It the highest power/smoothness performance we were ever able to experience. Spectrum is very full. From bass frequency there is a very gradual (didgeridoo-wise) fall up till very very far, some 8kHz or so. And, as usual, around 16kHz we have a lift. Everything is there – presence, harmonic, fullness, bass, resonance…. The sound has, as all deep belled didgeridoos, that nice echo inside and long sustain. Kicks are very powerful, that is also related to backpressure, and all articulations are very clear.

Playability of this didgeridoo is very precise, very relaxed and very enjoyable. Even though it is relatively big in size, players who are used to smaller didgeridoos would probably have no problems with her. In parallel perspective, compared to her male counterpart “C Fantastique” – this didgeridoo is a bit more cylindrical, but this is relatively speaking, and due to that, a bit less jumpy. If we spoke about cars, this car would have less horsepower, but more comfort, velvety seats and little fairies serving you drink on your way. And still a lot of horsepower!

Appearance matches the sound of this didgeridoo. It is one of the most harmoniously shaped, slim didgeridoos and carries its bell with much style. There are quite some knots (so you have to be careful with humidity, because knots are always more prone to cracking), which make beautiful textures, and dance around green Fuchsite inlaying. Colour is beautiful red, going from shades of red orange to very red red.

For recording, I don’t know what I would choose rather than my all time favourites. Even though this instrument has character, it is well inside the total didgeridoo harmony. So I guess I would try a combination of something with extended top, neutral, or a bit bright together with a ribbon, just to give it some extra fullness.

When looking at this instrument, all I can say, up to now, I haven’t experienced that didgeridoos go much further in perfection than this. Especially with such grace.

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