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

SHAPE - LENGTH CLASS : Fyord
INTEGRITY CLASS: Monodidge
LENGTH: 211cm
KEY (DRONE/TOOTS): B/B,A, C#, F#, A
WOOD: Walnut
MOUTHPIECE: inner: 30.5mm, outer: 38mm
RIM WIDTH: 4mm
BELL: inner 108mm, outer 127mm
LOUDNESS@10CM:
MASS: 4.1
FINISH: Waterborne PU
INLAYING: brass

BUY DIDGERIDOO: 1595€

The first thing that I have to say is that this didgeridoo is a pleasure to play. I really enjoyed taking a sound sample on this one. It is a very well balanced medium deep instrument in which everything works. This type of response always gives player a sense of satisfaction and is very inviting for playing. Ronin is a kind of didgeridoo that can’t and won’t have a profession of a dust collector.

Starting with drone, it is an easy to start softly, smooth, mellow, warm and with surprisingly many overtones for a walnut. Walnut didgeridoos that I made in the past were never this good. I would say that this kind of drone is very suited for relaxed playing, sound meditation, journeys and all things that require a full and warm sound.The tuning of the toots is unusual, but works really well and five of them are quite easy to play. The aircode is very ringy and responsive, you can play either the basic drum sound or get melodic higher drums.


One thing that I like a lot is the “wetness” of the overtones which comes out as you push the didgeridoo in all things smooth/medium hard tongue related. You can hear it quite well (among other things) in the last part of the sound sample. Ronin delivers a lot of clarity in articulation as is an overall an exceptionally balanced instrument, equally suited for a beginner and advanced player.