S P E C I F I C A T I O N S

SHAPE - LENGTH CLASS : Fyord Pegasus
INTEGRITY CLASS: Hybrididge
LENGTH: 190cm
KEY (DRONE/TOOTS): C/C,A,Eb,G,Bb/B,C#/D
WOOD: Bluegum Eucalyptus
MOUTHPIECE: inner – 30mm, outer – 38mm
RIM WIDTH: 3mm
BELL: inner – 77x67mm, outer – 95x87mm
LOUDNESS@10CM: avg-109dB, max-122+dB
MASS: 3,4kg
FINISH: inner – epoxy, outer – oil
INLAYING: blue Agat

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This didgeridoo is an example that harmonious proportions, and inner sense can put inside a tube much more sound than it appears on the outside. This particular instrument had specially good genes for this as it has a really nice old hard wood as well as design taken from the famous C which is played on Stinkirum, Lake of Awareness, The Spatialist, Valso de Sufokato, Point in Line… well it is the didgeridoo that does most work in our house. So you might understand why we wanted to further explore this shape and its possibilities. This is just a slightly smaller in size version, but then the proportions are adjusted.

Sound-wise this is astonishingly detailed and loud instrument. The latter is quite unexpected regarding the size. This didgeridoo has a nice bass, not huge bass, but nice. Low mids are quite pronounced and so are mids up to 2kHz, which have a very slight fall in terms of didgeridoo usual frequency graphs. There is a peak again at 16kHz to give it the silk over everything. The sound is with very crisp and echo quality. Compared to my C didgeridoo, this one has more detail and sustain. And maybe even a little bit more power.

Playability-wise this is a very very nice didgeridoo. You do not have to distort your perceptions of how to play didgeridoo to play this didgeridoo. In a way, buy didgeridoo “Moytze” to stay on the familiar safe side;-) Didgeridoo shaped like this is usually a good reader of the diaphragm movements, and so is this one. You can produce a really nice kick, in all sorts of variations. Tongue games come also very natural because of relatively high backpressure and very strongly articulated drone, due to high presence of mids. The whole feeling of playing this didgeridoo is very fullfeeling.

In appearance it shines with many wood colours and shades, from red hot to almost black, on the old parts of wood. These old parts of wood are left intact at some parts near the bell, and they small cracks in these places are on purpose and sealed with epoxy inside, oil outside. Blue agate is filling the holes near the bell and making a nice contrast to black and red wood.

I would say that wherever whenever you have the opportunity to buy didgeridoo of this quality and this price, do it! It is a very non-regrettable thing. These still rare instruments are incredible players and teachers.