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    Any one have a good site for a Didgeridoo?

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    I don't know a thing about this site except that is was the first one I found.

    http://www.didgeridoostore.com/didge...FacEQAodo34jrA
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    I have three...all made from PVC and rubber plumbing couplings...under ten bucks each...and they sound great. If you want to go that way I'll find the site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Jones View Post
    I don't know a thing about this site except that is was the first one I found.

    http://www.didgeridoostore.com/didge...FacEQAodo34jrA
    I saw this one too...looks interesting

    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Calver View Post
    I have three...all made from PVC and rubber plumbing couplings...under ten bucks each...and they sound great. If you want to go that way I'll find the site.
    Ted - does it help with snoring?

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    do you think he really needs another toy to play with sharon,, you keep doing this kind of thing and he will never get the table done
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    I know a guy....Whatcha looking for?
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    Sharon, It sounds like snoring! To stop snoring you have to use it as a bonker!! To make mine, I bought at Lowe's 2 inch and 1-1/2 inch PVC (at least 6' long) and a soft rubber drain and trap connector to fit each size.

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    Take the metal bands off the connectors. They aren't needed, since they will comfortably slip over the end of the pipe. The small end of the connector is the mouthpiece. Works much better than the bees wax recommended in many of the on-line tutorials. Cut the tubes to length per the link and snort away! Lots of videos on the tube of you Google PVC didgeridoo.

    http://www.didjshop.com/physicsDidj.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Thoits View Post
    I know a guy....Whatcha looking for?
    Well it would be his Christmas present (of course assuming he's going to get me my Yamaha digital piano in kind).

    I'd like something that would look nice with his guitars, but something he would actually use (outside a quarter of a mile from the house )

    Does your guy have a web site?

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    Myrna says that makes Bag Pipes seem a lot nicer.

    Enjoy,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim C Bradley View Post
    Myrna says that makes Bag Pipes seem a lot nicer.

    Enjoy,

    JimB

    p.s. Myrna is from the House of Glendowen---whatever that means.
    Hmmm I think I heard of a whole family with that name they were plumbers. I but they played a sweet Pipe. It twas the Kilts they wore that looked so cold in winter.
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