Yidaki is the traditional name for didgeridoo in North East Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia.
It’s the origin of the didgeridoo.
It’s called Yidaki when it has some specific characteristics: was made by the Yolngu People of Nothen territory, it has a mouthpiece made directly on the wood with a diameter of 30mm, the first 20 to 30cm of the instrument tend to be quite thin and their sound is rather dry with a very nice response to air pressure variations.
These Yidaki were selected by Jeremy Cloake in Yirrkala and I’m, as far as I know, the only seller of Yidaki in Portugal.
Yidakis are essential to practice traditional technique and every didgeridoos player should have at least one.
Please contact me for availability and prices.