Eucalyptus vs. Yucca Didgeridoo Comparison Video


Which type of didgeridoo is better for which style of playing? Eucalyptus are often termite-hollowed didgeridoos found in Australia, while Yucca didges are grown in the Americas. Find out the pros and cons of each one in this video.

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Video edited by Adrian Dimatteo

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Jerry Walsh
Jerry Walsh started playing the didgeridoo in 2011 utilizing the instrument's deep drone and conscious breathing in efforts to access deeper levels of meditative awareness and spiritual connection. Jerry has since developed a love for the instrument's musical and healing capabilities, frequently performing in shamanic circles and developing highly experimental rhythms. Jerry spent a year in 2010-11 traveling through India, Nepal, and the Kingdom of Bhutan studying art, eastern religion, and sociology. Jerry currently lives in Brooklyn, New York at Golden Drum, a spiritual community with a focus on sacred traditions and is a member of Dream Seed: A Shamanic Sound Journey and Sacred Arts Research Foundation.