Airdidge Slide & Tune Adaptor allows you to play in all 12 keys


The company behind our favorite lightweight compact didgeridoo, Airdidge, has released a new accessory that makes the instrument extremely versatile. The Slide & Tune Adaptor for Airdidge allows the player to fine tune the key of the instrument, allowing for playing in all 12 keys, tuning in 432hz tuning, and even more options.

In this video Jerry Walsh demonstrates 7 keys (A through E) that this slide adaptor allows your Airdidge to play in. Since making the video, we confirmed that all 12 keys are attainable with this adaptor. Also shown in the video is the 30mm (1.18 inches) red mouthpiece insert, which makes the diameter of the mouthpiece slightly smaller. This insert is also available in a 28mm (1.1 inches) white version.

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Airdidge: Carbon Fiber Telescoping Didgeridoo for Travel

(12 customer reviews)



Add any of these accessories to your Airdidge purchase and no additional shipping will be charged for the accessories.

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Ultra light weight and ideal for travel

Airdidge is the first carbon fiber telescoping didgeridoo designed for the traveling musician. With a weight of 1.2 lbs and a packed length of 14.57 inches, this instrument is the ideal companion for traveling. Fully extended, the Airdidge measures 73 inches and plays in the key of Bb. When the largest piece is removed, this didgeridoo plays in the key of C. Remove the second largest piece and it plays in the key of Eb.

Add the Slide & Tune Adaptor to make your Airdidge play in all 12 keys.

Full Airdidge Video Review here:


This carbon fiber telescoping didgeridoo is designed in Switzerland, super easy to clean, and guaranteed to satisfy.

Includes 2 endcaps for travel, plastic removable mouthpiece and travel bag (as shown in photo).

Plays in the keys of Bb, C and Eb (note previous versions played in Bb, C# and E).

Instrument Weight: 1.2 lbs
Packed length: 14.57 inches
Extended length: 73 inches (5 feet, 3 inches)
Mouthpiece Width: 1.25 inches

Shipping weight: 3 lbs

As featured in our Travel Didgeridoo Comparison video:

See Airdidge in action in our Didgeridoo Beatbox Tutorial:

Accessories available:

Buyer information:


Airdidge is made up of 6 conical pieces and a mouthpiece. These conical pieces are designed to be inserted into each other with the taper going in the same direction. If accidentally inserted improperly, with one or more pieces in the wrong direction, there is a risk that the pieces may get stuck. If you force these pieces in, they will almost certainly get stuck and will be difficult to remove. The pieces should slide in effortlessly. See diagram at the top of this page for proper assembly.


Airdidge is exclusively distributed by Didge Project in the United States.

Additional information

Weight3 lbs
Dimensions16 × 5 × 5 in

12 reviews for Airdidge: Carbon Fiber Telescoping Didgeridoo for Travel

  1. Wayne (Verified Customer)

    usTexas, United States

    Beautiful sound, sturdy, and compact. I love it!

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  2. Thomas B. (Verified Customer)

    usCalifornia, United States

    As a novice to the didgeridoo the airdidge at full extension was extremely hard to get a drone. However, by removing the bottom two sections a simple drone is easy to get so I added a section and practiced then added the last section and got the grasp of it pretty quickly. It doesn’t take a lot of air to play and requires a very relaxed lip buzz for the initial drone. The Airdidge is an exceptional instrument with outstanding build quality. The carbon fiber is beautiful to look at and the telescoping design is perfect for travel. The sound is absolutely amazing in all three keys. Shipping included tracking and was delivered fast. I highly recommend this to anyone interested in a travel didge.

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  3. Ryan Nemec (Verified Customer)

    I’ve been searching for a compact, easy to pack Didge for camping and saw great reviews of Airdidge. So far I’m extremely impressed with this instrument. I’ll be spending lots of time with my new Airdidge this weekend in the woods.

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  4. Benjamin Bodin (Verified Customer)

    Love this didge. The resonance is much better then I even imagined. Travel friendly. Can’t go wrong.

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  5. Anonymous (Verified Customer)

    Fun travel didge

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  6. Michael Landry (Verified Customer)

    Still learning, but very convenient and it is a real musical instrument.

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  7. Neal A. (Verified Customer)

    It sounds great (as advertised in the video) and I look forward to taking it with me whenever I travel and perhaps even on backpacking trips.

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  8. Steve Hamilton (Verified Customer)

    I had been dreaming of buying this didge to complement my collection – I finally realized that dream. This thing is just great. Lightweight, portable and sounds amazing. The backpressure is just right and tone is awesome. Make your dream for this amazing didgeridoo come true too!

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  9. DARAN WALLMAN (Verified Customer)

    Great product… The mouthpiece seemed an outrageously expensive… $30 for a piece of plastic?

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  10. Will Gordon (Verified Customer)

    The AirDidge is revolutionary. Huge sound, long when extended, deep bass, good resonance, and the extension adds a whole new dimension. Easy to play. First didge I’ve been able to circular breathe on and keep the drone going on. It’s light, so I can sit back and kick it up on my leg and play. Packable, is a plus as I like to go out in the woods. Not necessary but the padded bag is good quality and you will feel safer having it in there if you want to throw a little more money at it. It’s really a system when you put everything together. Anyway, I love it and it has helped me progress so much in a short time. Thanks Didge Project.

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  11. Marcin Kobojek (Verified Customer)

    10 out of 10 for what it is. It’s a game changer if you travel a lot. I used to travel with box didgeridoo but there’s no comparison. I love it!

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  12. Finnegan wagstaff (Verified Customer)

    Great instrument, I took it on a 400 mile bike-packing journey and it provided me with sound and vibrations whenever I needed it. Do not let it get dirt or sand on it, it’ll scratch the carbon fiber when you open and close it. Just bring a piece of cloth or bandana that you can put in the case, so when you take it into nature you can rest it on the fabric while you play.

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Jerry Walsh is a musician and vocalist, weaving together ancient and otherworldly sounds from sacred traditions across the globe and creating shamanic sound journeys. He has collaborated with Merkaba (Kayla Scintilla), SriKala, Native American hip-hop artist Supaman, and American beatbox champion Mark Martin. He has been student of Taino elder, Maestro Manuel Rufino since 2012, studying the indigenous shamanic cultures of the Americas and other wisdom traditions. Jerry has traveled to 30 countries on five continents and spent a full year studying Buddhism and Himalayan culture in India, Nepal, and Bhutan from 2010-2011. He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY with the Golden Drum community when he is not on tour sharing music and meditation with partner, Ixchel Prisma.