Surfing legend, Wayne Lynch, gives a lesson on how to play the ancient Aboriginal wind instrument, the Didgeridoo. By using circular breathing techniques and a stylized breath, you will be able figure out different harmonics and make that baby hum like a pro.
Traditional Didgeridoos are made from termite-hollowed branches of eucalyptus trees. However, you can start by learning with a PVC pipe or piece of hollowed out bamboo and progress onto something more traditional from there.
Cyrus Sutton & Erik Derman