LOWEST PRICES & LARGEST QUANTITY & VARIETY OF DIDGERIDOOS IN THE WORLD, FEATURING MANY TRADITIONAL & MODERN STYLES AS WELL AS INSTRUCTIONAL & DIDGE MUSIC CD’S. WE ALSO FEATURE A GROWING LINE OF OTHER TRIBAL INSTRUMENTS.
TRIBAL EARTH SOUNDS
A constantly growing line of modern versions of ancient primitive instruments, so far including a huge variety of didgeridoos, Native American style flutes, Australian Aboriginal style clapsticks, shaman drums, tutorial CD’s for didgeridoo and Native American flutes and our own unique style of Irish whistles. The pictures below barely give you an idea of the variety presently available and the combination of quality and price has to be experienced to be believed. For a complete current online catalog and for retail, dealer, and distributor information worldwide, please go to www.tribalearth.com
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THE INDIA CONNECTION
For decades I’ve been going to India regularly for various personal and business reasons. Our current India manufacturing of many world ethnic instruments keeps me in Bombay about 6 months per year. All these visits have exposed me to many facets of Indian culture and society and I have been personally deeply enriched by this. Would you like to read about it?
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Of least conceivable practical value of anything on this site, surely exposing you to my “didgemobile” would qualify best. This ancient Honda Civic was in many little unrepaired fender bender accidents over the years and the results showed from every angle. Then a freeway rear end collision finally resulted in such major damage that my insurance company declared it a total loss. Nevertheless I kept it and finally decided to repair it myself. I cut off all the damaged metal and made a wood frame that I covered with fiberglass and then epoxy and then silver paint. The results were magnificent, to say the least. A solar panel and a utility storage module on the roof further refined the magnificence. People lean out of car windows on the road to yell encouraging or occasionally disparaging comments and to take pictures. You could spend any amount of money on a Rolls Royce or Ferrari and not garner such awe, admiration, and respect. So, there, you rich folks, nyaa, nyaa, nyaa. Wanna see it?
HUGE SELECTION AND QUANTITY OF SUPREME QUALITY AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL PAINTED AND NATURAL DIDGERIDOOS AT UNBELIEVABLE PRICES.
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How To Make And Play A Didgeridoo
Comprehensive tutorial CD for sale and free on line beginners’ instructions.
The INCREDIBLE Virtual Didgeridoo Museum
Lots of pictures and descriptions of some of the most unusual and bizarre didgeridoos in the world. Ya gotta see it to believe it!!
Exotic Didgeridoo Making Techniques
This is one of the most popular areas on the site. In fact, it’s gotten a bit too big to be a single page, so I’m providing separate links to the various features. Some very unusual didgeridoo making techniques are featured here in considerable detail with lots of pictures. Some of the techniques are quite complex and require special skills and tools, but there are also interesting didjeridoo making methods using materials and tools that anyone can easily afford and learn. ABS Plastic Plumbing Pipe This incredibly versatile, inexpensive, easy to work with, and easy to find material allows you to make really great and very exotic (even bizarre) looking and great sounding didges and the method outlined here gives great scope to your creativity. ABS 2 Here’s a completely different method for making a really great sounding natural looking ABS didge. It takes virtually no tools, but a little more practice to learn than the first method. Barry Hall’s Clay Didges We did something rather exciting and different here. Barry didn’t just send me a few pictures and ideas. He sent me a complete finished web page, so click on the link and enjoy. Paul Sedgwick’s Gourd Didges There are relatively inexpensive and easy to find (in the US) gourds that you can make great didgeridoos with. These easy to follow directions require minimal tools and no expensive materials and the didges look and sound wonderful. Dan Numbers Bondo Didges Dan makes unbelievably high quality didgeridoos using a combination of PVC and the common car repair material “Bondo”. It doesn’t take a lot of tools, but the process is quite labor intensive and may take some practice to master. It’s worth it for what you get. Jai Dixon Cedar Didges. Using the “french bread” method you can make a very nice didge out of cedar (or just about any other wood) boards. The technique is very simple, but some wood working tools are required. Agave & Yucca Super Comprehensive course for making didgeridoos from these American Desert plants. The results often rival the very best Australian instruments, but the methods are challenging and very labor intensive
This page features interesting didgeridoo related experiences from people all over the world. Plenty of fun here and there’s lots of pictures and audio clips.
Here we have pictures, video clips and audio clips of various people who do interesting didgeridoo stuff. Some are folks that have visited me at my house and others have sent material. The focus is on the unusual.
The Aboriginal Connection
Inspiration, Exploitation, Prison, or Seed? This article by Peter Spoecker with additional perspectives by Ed Drury covers many aspects of some often thorny and controversial issues about the relationship of didge players to
Didgeridoo Therapy, Healing, And Spirituality
Here is very informative, comprehensive, and insightful coverage by Ed Drury, Randy Graves, and David Blonski, with an introduction by Peter Spoecker.
In the process of spending 4 months bicycle touring in the North of Australia to see the country and meet didgeridoo players to record and learn from and jam with I met countless Aborigines, including many full blooded ones still retaining their ancestral languages and cultural ties. I learned a number of rather surprising things and found that a lot of the “well known facts” about Aborigines just aren’t true. I had a few rather disappointing experiences and quite a few truly wonderful ones.
This page is intended for didgeridoo related things that don’t fit into any of the other categories. So far the only thing there is a detailed description of the best ways to record didgeridu, based on my decades of professional recording experience.
In case you’re wondering who I am and what I’ve done with my life besides making and playing didgeridoos, you can go here for a somewhat sparse and whimsical biography with some pretty nice pictures. Though nothing sounds more boring than reading biographical information, this page is guaranteed fun and will make you smile.
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