Where We Collect Our Agave High in the Davis Mountains of West Texas, we find choice agave material.
The Agave Plant in Full Color A vibrant, healthy example of the agave species we prefer.
Agave Grove Agave often grow in groups, and are easily located via their bloom stalks
Agave Bloom Stalk The bloom stalk provides the raw material we use for creating didgeridoo.
Curved by Environmental Forces Many agave stalks take on curved shapes in response to wind and light
Material Ready for Harvest We harvest agave stalks once the plants have died, sufficiently hardened, and dispersed seed.
Splitting the Agave Stalk Once harvested, the agave stalks are split in half lengthwise and hollowed.
Hollowing the Agave Stalk After we split the stalk, it is then fully hollowed in perparation for finishing.
Hardwood Mouth Pieces and Epoxy Finish Our agave instruments are rejoined, fitted with hardwood mouth pieces and finished with two-part epoxy.
Giant Agave We occasionally experiment with oversized agave bloom stalks to create giant didgeridoos.