Some of the best stuff was tucked against the back back walls or in the basement of the 2010 NAMM show.Q
The Didgideroo Store had one of the most colorful displays at NAMM, and I saw my first sliding didgeridoo there. The telescoping end makes it kind of like a down-under trombone. It also allows it to be played in six different keys.
They have a beautiful selection of traditional eucalyptus didgeridoos, along with a reasonably priced bunch of PVC models, including the Slider. So whether you’re looking for something to play, a decorative wall hanging, or a cure for snoring and sleep apnea, you can find it at the Didgeridoo Store.