I own several highest quality didges. This is not one of them. But it is close! It doesn't compete with a duende didgeridoo, but well what does ...
The small and smooth mouthpiece doesn't need any wax. The tight opening behind the mouthpiece makes hard push sounds and high frequency content creation easy. It adds to articulation clarity. Backpressure is enormous, so it's VERY easy to breath and play effortlessly and quickly.
To trained ears this didge will always be recognizable as not-hardwood. But to the majority of people its "80% max performance" sound will be a joyous surprise given the material. It sounds better than most of the market. Versatility is certainly there; loud, silent, aircode, articulate, contemporary, classical, it all has its place on this didge. Also, this is a loud tube, so good for busking.
This is hand-made. Out of the five I own, no two are alike. And there is variation in their build quality. One has dents in the outer shall. Another is losing the ring on the bell-end quickly. Mouthpieces aren't normed it seems, so it's a bit of a gamble to get a good one.
Get one. With the price, can't go wrong really.