This technique creates the easiest didgeridoos to play, because the mouth piece is small.
- Get a 2inch(4 cm) diameter PVC pipe longer than 5 ft(1.75m) with one end female
- Cut the female end off, about 6inches(18 cm) from the end
- Heat the 4inches(12 cm) of the male end with boiling water, the flame on you stove, or with a blow torch.
- Be aware that PVC fumes are highly toxic, so do it outside if you can.
- Quickly hammer the hot end of the pipe into the female end, causing the pipe it squeeze to a smaller diameter. See picture below.
- Heat the end again but only an inch from the end.
- Quickly and forcefully press the pipe end into a funnel, or bowl rotating in until it cools. See picture below.
- sand the end and should be able to be played with out beeswax.
- cut the pipe the sound you like.
- long is deep and rich, but harder to play
- Short is high pitched and not as nice sounding but is easer to play
- the pipe must be at least 3 ft and practical maximum length of 6 ft.