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

SHAPE - LENGTH CLASS : Fyord
INTEGRITY CLASS: Monodidge
LENGTH: 205,5cm
KEY (DRONE/TOOTS): C//C,A, D, F#, A
WOOD: Walnut
MOUTHPIECE: inner: 30.5mm, outer: 36mm
RIM WIDTH: 3mm
BELL: inner 105mm, outer 125mm
LOUDNESS@10CM: very loud
MASS: 4,4kg
FINISH: Waterborne PU
INLAYING: wenge

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Roshi is a master of slow and fast, soft and loud, meditative and wild. As a sibling of Ronin, you could expect that. Roshi is so many wishes come true: very comfortable to play, powerful with extreme predisposition for singing. It is a kind of natural didgeridoo that you don’t really need to get used to it to get a lot out of it immediately. Everything is very logical inside, but still it can take you on a ride of refining your playing and precision.

In comparison to Ronin, Roshi is a tad smaller and plays in C rather than B. The sound is a bit more compact, direct, rather than airy as Ronin’s. The backpressure is slightly stronger. But they are both a couple that supports their player from basic, slowly rhythmic, slowly melodic where the sound just flows by itself… till total outbursts of energy and power. The punch, the aircode, the toots… all there. Most of the stats stated for Ronin are also true for Roshi. For more information, it is best to listen to the sound file.  Notice the very rich interaction of voice and drone in the first part.


Roshi is made of slightly fumigated walnut which gives this greyish shimmer to the classical walnut colour tone. The mouthpiece is made of thin Wenge piece which finishes the instrument beautifully. Needless to say that the ergonomics of the mouthpiece is on high level as well as the finish with mirror polish. It is impossible not to enjoy this didgeridoo and not to have incredible time playing it.