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Length: 63 5/8" / 162 cm

Back pressure: 8+

Note: B First octive

Resident Frequency: 61.6

Chakra: Crown

Weight: 1145 gm/ 2.52 lbs

Construction/Materials: Blue Agave/Mesquite Wood

Finish Bar: Top Epoxy

Color: Green

Artwork: Chinese Dragoon with four quartz crystals



The stalks for all didges come from the Sonoran Desert Basin around Tucson, Arizona in an elevation over 4000 ft. The harvested agave has passed a selection criteria that determines if the stalk will be a suitable candidate for a potential didgeridoo. Nature has created the raw materials and now I guide the creative process. The boring out starts the process, cleaning off outer protective surfaces, sanding, repair any holes, epoxy coat to inside, tuning, color dye surface, coat outside, turn mesquite mouthpiece on lathe, attach it, second inner coat, art work or inlays and final coat. Please read Factors affecting etc. for more detailed explanation.


There are four distinct humps along the stalk. I was thinking that it look like the spine of a serpent. Originally I thought of the Loch Ness monster but there weren't many images and the ones that existed were pretty bland looking. But the Chinese dragon has got some style. The legs wrapped around with talons on the bottom side. If one crystal is nice, what would four be like? 


SKU: P 2
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