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New Didgeridoo Display Stands

Didgeridoo Display Stand Kiln dried African mahogany wood with screw-in peg. We’ve been wanting to offer this concept in a didgeridoo display stand for many years. Didgeridoo stands like these are available in Australia, but imagine the cost of importing stacks of wood slabs from down under and having to add the cost of freight to your price… it just wasn’t going to happen. So it’s taken a while to find the right U.S. source for beautiful, kiln dried wood … [ Read the Rest... ]

LA Outback t shirts

LA Outback “Walk Softly and Carry a Loud Stick” Shirts

Just a reminder that LA Outback offers t-shirts, sweat shirts, hoodies and other cool gear featuring our famous slogan “Walk Softly and Carry a Loud Stick”. These items are only available in our Cafe Press store since what’s available through their on demand service allows us to have far more options available for you to choose from. Visit the LA Outback Cafe Press shop to pick up your “Walk Softly and Carry a Loud Stick” wearables today! Visit LA Outback’s … [ Read the Rest... ]

Didgeribone slide didge

The Digeribone Now Back In Stock at LA Outback

If you ever wanted to get your hands on the perfect sliding didgeridoo then now is your chance. The Didgeribone gives you the flexibility of 10 different notes in one instrument. You can’t get more expansive than that with one didgeridoo. Invented by Charlie McMahon in 1981, this amazing didgeridoo came from his desire to expand the potential for didgeridoo in music. Different materials were tried. Metals were found to be unsuitable as they corrode from breath moisture and sound … [ Read the Rest... ]

LA Outback and Jeremy Cloake

LA Outback Presents a Didgeridoo Workshop with Jeremy Cloake

L.A.Outback is stoked to host Jeremy Cloake for his first workshop in the U.S. Saturday, February 23, 2013 This is also our first event since our big move from Los Angeles to Palm Springs, CA. Tickets for Jeremy’s workshop are already selling and space is limited! The workshop will be held at our home-based didgeridoo shop just 5 min. from downtown Palm Springs. Jeremy is doing a 3 hour introductory class at 11 AM, and a 3 hour advanced course … [ Read the Rest... ]

LA Outback Palm Springs

LA Outback Moves Shop to Palm Springs California

After nearly a decade in Studio City California, LA Outback packed up shop and moved it’s didgeridoo selling operations to the desert in the summer of 2012. Now after 5 months of searching for the perfect place, unbundling our wares and finally settled in, the biggest didgeridoo store in the United States is officially set up! LA Outback still offers great personalized service and open doors to anyone who wants to trek out to visit our home based store. So … [ Read the Rest... ]

Didgeridoo Sale at LA Outback

Didgeridoo Sale at L.A.Outback

LA Outback has a super pre-Holiday sale on didgeridoos now through October 22, 2012! Save big before the Christmas rush begins!


Our Biggest Didgeridoo Sale has been Extended!

Thanks to the overwhelming support of didgeridoo players like you, we’ve extended our didgeridoo sale through Oct. 24, 2011. I’ve just added some new Australian eucalyptus didges to the site and a wicked exotic didge by Steve Bachmann, but wait until you see what I’m photographing today and preparing to list… We’ve just acquired an entire private collection of vintage yidaki and mago by crafters like Djalu, Frank Thill, Billy Yallawonga and many more. And yes, I will include these … [ Read the Rest... ]

Didgeridoo Sale

Our Biggest Didgeridoo Sale Ever!

Get the new or vintage didgeridoo you want and save big. Sale ends Oct. 9, 2011. We’ve loaded up our robust website with heaps of awesome looking and deadly sounding didgeridoos, including some odd lots you have to see to believe. And as many of you already know, it’s only going a matter of hours before they start finding good homes. Visit us now and you’re gonna save like never before. As ever, we thank you so much for your … [ Read the Rest... ]


Lost Didgeridoo Forest?

I found this photo on Tumblr and thought, humoring myself, “Is this a lost didgeridoo forest?” When I posted it on Facebook I got the most response from any posting I’ve ever done. Obviously the picture conjures up a lot of surreal interpretation. Well, mystery solved… introducing Poland’s “Crooked Forest”. Here’s all the known details: http://tinyurl.com/3drmdkv


Remembering Heath Ledger as Didgeridoo Player

Before Heath became an actor he was slated to be a pro surfer, and he was also a fairly accomplished didgeridoo player. He even turned up playing didge in a surfing video by Billabong called “Bunyip Dreaming”. When Heath was a guest on the Ellen Show in 2004 he borrowed some didgeridoos from us for a funny bit. Here’s a low resolution video of the segment: http://tinyurl.com/3wezjvm After the show aired I put both of the didgeridoos that Heath and … [ Read the Rest... ]