Boxwood is the densest species in Europe. It is used in the manufacture of baroque wind instruments (oboe, recorder, etc.).
The duduk is an Armenian wind instrument. Traditionally made of apricot wood, the duduk is a particular type of oboe due to its cylindrical bore. It is played with a large double cane reed and its body is pierced with eight holes above and two below (one for the thumb and the other for the tuning). Its range, finally, is an octave and a third.
All our products come with a reed.