A gift for my son-in-law ---looks authentic and could be from Australia although it isn't. He is excited and is trying to find out how to play it. A fun, inexpensive gift for one who has almost everything and is interested in musical instruments.
I did not know what I was getting into when I ordered this instrument. It is huge, and a bit hard for me to handle because I am short. I have managed to play it both standing, sitting in a chair, on a stool and on the floor. My main problem is that I don;t have the lungs to sustain this instrument. An admitted smoker, we are working on quitting and in the midst of a fitness program that should give me more wind. I working on circular breathing, the method used to play the Didgeridoo, but don't look for many instructions on how to play or learn the technique ot circular breathing.