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Didgeridoo Wood Display Stand

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Product Description

  • Didgeridoos make for great conversation pieces!  A great way to show off your favorite one(s)!  Fits most didgeridoos with bells up to 6 inches.  A beautiful stand that takes up minimal space.
  • These wood didgeridoo stands are 12 inches wide and almost 2 inches thick for a solid base. They are coated with a protective sealant and come with a wooden post and 2 plastic sleeves to change the length of the post. The wood post screws into the base for easy assembly. Simply slide one of the plastic sleeves over the wood post to your desired height (that will work best with your didgeridoo).  Then place the bottom of your didgeridoo over the post and you have a beautiful stand that takes up minimal space. Enjoy your didgeridoo more often on display in your home.  The included 2 plastic sleeves are 10" and 20".  If needed, one of the plastic sleeves can be trimmed down with a small hand saw to accommodate didgeridoos with slightly narrow/curved bores.
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  • *didgeridoo not included.

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  1. Got my stand today! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th Jul 2014

    Fits my didge perfect with no trimming and looks great. I was a little worried it was going to be made of flimsy plywood but was relieved to see it is made from two thick pieces of wood that are screwed and glued together with the wood grains at 90 degrees. I know from past wood working experience that this is super strong. Thanks for a quality and sturdy stand, I play my didge more often now that I can proudly display it in the living room. :-)

  2. Works well, but 3 Star Review

    Posted by on 12th Jul 2014

    I think it's a bit overpriced for a threaded wood dowel and a 12-inch circle of plywood with a hole in it. I needed something to stand up my new didge, because otherwise they are unbelievably awkward to have around the house, and this was what was available. I had to whittle quite a while to have it work with the didgeridoo I bought, and while it says you can do that to work with curved didges, it really made for an ugly dowel. I NEED to hide it under a didgeridoo.

    That being said, it does the job, but if they knocked about $25.00 off the price it would probably be a better deal.

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