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doubleblackjack1I started playing the didgeridoo a few weeks ago, and so far its fun and a super cool instrument. I started playing because of that one TC episode with Andy playing one in Australia, and i thought it was hilarious. Little did i know i would become addicted. Anyone else play didge?
CheesenChipsThey look dope and I want to try one.... but they like 4,000 dollars lol.
MiIfHunterNo, but I watched a video once of a girl shoving one up her asshole
doubleblackjack1Got one for $40 on amazon. Sounds fine to me
Someone I knew wanted one and it was pretty expensive... I’m guessing it’s like guitars... you can buy a 5,000 dollar guitar or a 200 dollar guitar and they both sound pretty similar
Edit: is it difficult? And is there any like tuning to it?
**This post was edited on Apr 17th 2021 at 8:43:06pm
doubleblackjack1Thats exactly what its like. You can get a synthetic (plastic or pvc) or the real deal eucalyptus or yucca. The fancy ones are usually $300-1000 tho. I found the initial drone to come right away, but the rest of the techniques seem pretty difficult and it will take a lot of work to master (like most instruments). Like most wind instruments you can get them in all sorts of keys. I have a C and I’m pretty happy with it
CaseyFor some reason I was thinking you meant a rain stick. And I was like man I think you just flip the thing over and it makes a rain sound there’s not really like any playing it going on.