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Meinl Unveils Compact Didgeridoo
The travel-sized instrument is the ideal solution for musicians on the go, with its compact size meaning it can be conveniently popped into a rucksack rather than stored in a specialist case.
It could also be a fantastic option for players struggling for space in the studio, or for those looking for an introduction to the percussion instrument.
Despite being held easily in the hand, the portable didgeridoo is able to produce impressive and authentic sounds thanks to an interior zigzag design.
The wind instrument has a sophisticated and attractive look, with the sleek mahogany exterior featuring the Meinl logo providing style as well as comfort.
The technique required to play is no different, so those looking to learn and experienced musicians alike can benefit from the convenient size of this new model.
Posted by JM.Posted on 28 May 2013 10:46 to category : Instruments News
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