These are it, people, the last available didjeridus from Captain Jake's Big Blow. When these are gone, there are no more. Act fast, before they're all gone. These are the instruments we may currently have. All of our remaining didjeridus are available exclusively through the Geoffrey Harp School, at 507 Church Street in Grapevine, Texas. Their number is 817-251-1385.

We have a strict policy that we never repeat a design, so each instrument is completely unique. Our didges hand made and shaped out of a plastic resin. It's quite durable, lightweight, and has excellent acoustic qualities that are enhanced by several processes each didjeridu goes through during its construction and finishing. Each mouthpiece is made of a unique wax that is hand shaped by Captain Jake himself. The wax is a blend of bees wax and a few other natural substances that significantly raise the melting point of the wax. Jake found this to be of great importance, living in Dallas, Texas, where 3 months of 105 degree plus temperatures are not unheard of. The didjeridus we begin at $180(US). If you wish to see a larger version of any of the pictures below, click on the picture.

All of the didjeridus that we offer are created in Captain Jake's newest style, incorporating more gradual tapers and multiple acoustic chambers inside the instrument, giving each one a more organic sound.
A lovely one from our artist Michael. It features a stunningly real-looking wood background. Each black band has hundreds of tiny round divots drilled out. The blue band has swirls carved around each white icon.  

A beautiful piece from Marry. Plants at the top and bottom and several dragonflies flit over this didj. One very special feature of this didjeridu is the use of metallic paints on the dragonflies. They're absolutely stunning!  

A traditional looking one from the marvelous Shlei. Yellow with boomerangs, x-ray style animals, and lots of lovely dots. It's hard to see, but this didjeridu also has a protective rubber foot that is matched to the yellow background.  

I did not get a full length picture of this one before it was taken to Harps of Avalon. It's a full size didj, about the key of C. A very round sound from this didjeridu painted by Mike. Each black band has hundreds of tiny divots. The background is a spectacular fade from light grey to dark at the foot.  

Another great one from Marry, this one has a lovely woman's face overseeing the earth below her near the foot. A very sweet mellow sound from this instrument.  

Currently the only didjeridu available for sale by the elusive Gitana. It is the simplest didj, priced accordingly. There are no special icons to detract from the fabulous multicolored variegated background.  

A very dangerous sounding didj. This didjeridu has a dragon motif and is the only (and last) one available in the narrow-bore style. It provides a very focused sound that is appropriate for playing with other instruments.  

One from our newest artist, Michael. A totally new style of design, where the top and bottom black sections have very small black divots around the entire circumference. The background is an orange-based woodgrain. Gorgeous, modern, tribal.

Another one of Michael's inspired designs. A lovely dark woodgrain background, and all of the black banding and triangle formations have white divots throughout them. Is Michael obsessive about his art? Perhaps... :)

Now here is a rarity. One if Gitana's still in stock. A very colorful didjeridu with an amazing number of different designs. A very high-energy didjeridu!

Now this is a truly rare one. First of all, it's painted entirely by Captain Jake himself. (He rarely paints, as all of his time is spent engineering and tuning.) And it's a new design. We refer to this style as a "Slidjeridu". This is the first one we made for sale to the general public. Due to the immense amount of time involved (more than twice that of a standard didj), Slidjeridus are usually only made as custom orders. It's a two-piece design, similar to a trombone that allows the player to tune the instrument to his needs at the moment, and can even slide notes as he plays. The paint design is a highly complex fade from bright white through yellow, orange, red, and black. We are proud to say that this one resides in the extensive didjeridu collection of our very good friend, Britt Holley.
Our one other Slidjeridu available. The extreme paintwork is by Michael DeMurale, once again featuring hundreds of tiny divots all over the large bell area and near the mouthpiece. The background is a stunning blonde woodgrain, with an Egyptian/African animal motif. A beautiful and powerful instrument, available at Harps of Avalon.
WHOA! It's the FireGecko Didjeridu! This one has fire down at the bell, winding up the length of the didj. Mitch's signature Happy Dancing Gecko is ablaze on this one. This is one of our narrow bore didjes and plays in the key of C. It also has two fine bands of Celtic knotwork, another speciality of Mitch. This sound of this didj really goes with the artwork, a firey sounding beast.

A new Aboriginal-inspired design from Mitch. With a red-ochre background, there are black and white geckos dancing on this didjeridu. This one plays in the key of C, great for jamming with other musicians.

This didjeridu plays in the key of C. The art is of a Scottish castle, with the sea breaking on the rocks below. At the top of the wall stands a lone Scotsman, blowing his didjeridu, welcoming his sea-faring breatheren home. The sound of a didjeridu may be heard for an astounding distance over the surface of the sea. A fine example of Gitana's art.