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

SHAPE - LENGTH CLASS : Volcano
INTEGRITY CLASS: Monodidge
LENGTH: 227 cm
KEY (DRONE/TOOTS): C // C,G,C,E,G#
WOOD: Bluegum Eucalyptus / Wenge
MOUTHPIECE: inner: 29 mm / outer: 36 mm
RIM WIDTH: 3,5 mm
BELL: inner: 122mm / outer: 150 mm
LOUDNESS@10CM: extremely loud
MASS: 7 kg
FINISH: Waterbased PU with epoxy primer
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Imagine Tibetan horn, but in wood, with more space in air column and more warmth in sound and greatly tuned “toots”. Imagine immense power and super clear harmonics. Now imagine volume that shakes the neighbourhood. You are getting there, now imagine more of everything and you are even closer.
This is in many ways a Spirit, but greater in size, though with some changes, primarily in how it plays and presents higher harmonics. The way tongue feels omnipotent with a didgeridoo like this is something to be experienced to believed. Same goes for volume which is beyond this world.

Toots are very easy to play and are tuned to harmonic series up till fourth. Backpressure is quite high for a didgeridoo in C and very comfortable. This didgeridoo is very capable when it comes to fast tongue articulations, but also for slow meditative droning/singing (end of the sound file) which is reminiscent of Tibetan horns mixed with Tibetan chants. This is not a very bassy instrument as it has high hihg harmonic content. Also, as with all very conical didgeridoos, one needs to be aware that the notes are very “bendable”.
The Mountain King is made of an old Bluegum Eucalyptus, which was dry as bone when it reached us. The bell and mouthpiece trims are made of Wenge which also served as a filler for the cracks, holes and other openings this wood got in its transition from a tree to an instrument as it was drying in the merciless Sun of Australia. Now cured, repaired, and finished with durable finishes, it is built to last a lifetime.
This is a didgeridoo of legendary power, inherited from its ancestor, The Spirit. Its form follows function which is to play way beyond regular didgeridoos. Whatever your experience in didgeridoo playing is, chances are near zero you have tried anything like this as such is the greatness of inside hall of The Mountain King.