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 Post subject: Will Thoren, Dave Friley, Darryl Anderson Didgeridoo
PostPosted: 01.06.2011, 05:28 
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Withdrawn from sale.


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 Post subject: Re: Will Thoren, Dave Friley, Darrly Anderson Didgeridoo
PostPosted: 01.06.2011, 07:48 
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Looking for sales inside the US preferably, due to high international shipping cost. But, am willing to send abroad.


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 Post subject: Re: Will Thoren, Dave Friley, Darryl Anderson Didgeridoo
PostPosted: 01.06.2011, 12:25 
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Ewanick wrote:
I am looking to sell these didgeridoo to take my playing to the next level with a greater quality instrument such as a Stix, Alex, or Druett didgeridoo.


I admit, I'm biased, but if you really want to bring your playing to a next level, go for a Burrngupurrngu, a Djalu, a Buwathay or any other high quality traditional instrument :wink:


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 Post subject: Re: Will Thoren, Dave Friley, Darryl Anderson Didgeridoo
PostPosted: 01.06.2011, 13:55 
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I agree with Christian. In comparison to the Traditional master craftsmen Christian has mentioned, there's not much termite work left in the bores of the modern craftsmen you've listed as their sticks tend to be heavily worked. This is not to say that they don't make great instruments, but in my opinion something is lost when this occurs and the playability is affected adversely.

Kyle


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 Post subject: Re: Will Thoren, Dave Friley, Darryl Anderson Didgeridoo
PostPosted: 01.06.2011, 18:14 
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I actually play more contemporary style than traditional, that is why I am planning to purchase a didge from those makers. I know that most of the community here is quite involved in the traditional style, but unfortunately, the US based didgeridoo (more contemporary than traditional) forum no longer exists so I thought I would give it a shot here. Do not get me wrong, I as well enjoy the traditional playing as it is quite beautiful to my ears, especially when accompanied by traditonal singing.


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