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Our product quality and attention to servicing the needs
of customers have won iDIDJ Australia many fans and supporters
throughout Europe and the USA, and more recently, in Africa
and Asia. We have supplied specialist didjeridu shops and
galleries, collectors and players, and regional, state, and
national institutions. We recently put together a collection
of vintage didjeridus for the highly acclaimed Chi
Mei Museum in Taiwan.
Below is a small selection of feedback responses we have
received. The honour of course goes to the Aboriginal craftsmen
whom we proudly support and to those who have gone before
us whose work continue to resonate through the instruments.
is an absolutely wonderful yidaki. I never dreamed of finding
a thin-walled, light, and compact yidaki with such a loud and
crisp voice. The all natural bore gives the sound a depth, a
resonance, and a richness I've not heard before... I love the
very small mouthpiece, the narrow neck, and the very easy transition
to the overtone. I feel extremely fortunate to have an instrument
of this quality, and this will be a fabulous stick for street
performing! Thanks again for all your attentiveness during the
buying process!" - Carmen, USA - 13th May 2004
tested the instrument for several days now but never found the
time to sit down and write something. To make it short, I think
it's an extraordinary instrument, an unique contribution to
my collection and I've never played anything similar. It combines
features which so far seemed to be mutually exclusive to me.
It is extremely responsive yet not sharp. It has a flat voice
(which I prefer over too bright instruments) but still an extremely
good resolution and precision. It plays almost by itself but
can really be pushed hard. The physics of the instrument are
astonishing. All in all, it really is a fabulous instrument,
and I'm not the only one who thinks so. Richard Bride, the UK's
most advanced player and one of the best hardwood didge makers,
Ant Scott, have tested it and they all think that it is an exceptional
instrument" Christian, Switzerland.
Djambu didjeridu arrived yesterday afternoon. Have spent most
of last night just looking at it so have only just started to
play it today. There seems to be different tones to it when
playing the higher resonant tone with a lower tone behind it.
I realy love the art work I keep woundering if the non fish
shapes are leeach's ? The Rarrk work is a really complicated
pattern that must take hours of work I think that the whole
art work has a real innocence to it and the colour's just seem
to jump off at you. I don't think that you would ever be able
to not enjoy just looking at it. Well my friend thank you for
helping me in my quest to find this didjeridu and I feel that
we have some great times ahead of us" - Mike, UK.
was very happy to read your letter and the didjeridu you've
found for me is really wonderful, the didjeridoo is simply fantastic!!!
You really were able to realize one of my dreams, and I really
don't know how to thank you" Paride, Italy.
2 didjeridu's are nothing short of phenomenal! I haven't had
a good extended play yet, but it is obvious that these pieces
are simply exceptional, and exactly what I have been searching
for. The sound files really are a great way to present the sound,
and I agree that one really needs to use earphones to hear it
all" - Charles, USA.
"I want to tell you what a great
web-page you have. It is absolutely very informative to visit
and for me, as many other Germans, definitely THE NUMBER ONE
source of information about yirdaki. Let me close with a big
THANK YOU for your brief lesson in Eisenbach!!!!! It almost
made the whole event for me, in the question of learning and
understanding. There were so many questions over my head and
luckily you wiped them away. And now they are replaced by
new ones ..... but this is what makes it so great to me"
- Klaus, Germany.
that I have had the Djambu didjeridu and played it for a few
days I am now really becoming to understand just how good it
really is. I cannot believe what a big voice it has, it plays
a lot louder than any of my other intruments and as you say
it is very responsive. The more that I look at it the more I
come to see just how the art work fits with the instrument and
seems put into it and be part of it. I am now glad that I waited
to get such a good didjeridu from you. All of the one's that
I have tried never came anywhere near the voice of this one.
I am just so overjoyed that I have been given this chance to
look after this instrument, I don't think that I could ever
thank you enough" - Mike, UK.
just received your Yidaki!! They're soooooooooooooo nice"
- Gori, Japan.
oh boy, she's a sweet stick I'm well impressed and it's the
sound that I've been searching for, she's a beauty a top draw
stick mate, thanks very much. Thanks again for a brilliant stick
and delivery service" Dave, UK.