3DR Didge Rack
The Triple Didge Rack, or 3DR, is Andy Graham's first musical instrument accessory, allowing hand-s free didgeridoo playing.
Built in 1995, the 3DR allowed Andy to perform solo using simultaneous didgeridoo and drumming to create a new type of world fusion music.
A cornerstone of Andy's live setup, the 3DR has been used in countless performances including an America's Got Talent live audition, TEDx conferences, trade shows, and other events.
Built of stainless steel, the 3DR is virtually indestructible and has gone through some slight modifications over the last two decades, including stronger didgeridoo support rods and a built-in 3 to 1 mic mixer.