How to master the Didgeridoo in BitLife?

Here's everything you need to know about how to master the didgeridoo in BitLife.

To master the didgeridoo in BitLife, players will need to take lessons at the young age of six. At age six, the option to take musical instrument lessons will open up to the player.

Under the Mind and body tab in BitLife, you can find the instruments option. From this tab, you can start taking music lessons. But to master the didgeridoo, you will need to select the instrument and start practicing it. 

Once you start lessons for the didgeridoo in BitLife, you will need to start practicing the instrument by visiting the option to practice the didgeridoo. You can find the option to do so under the instrument tab in Mind and Body.  

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In Mind and Body, and then the instrument tab, the option will read along the lines of practice didgeridoo. Clicking the practice option will raise a green skill bar that represents your total skill with the didgeridoo. 

Because of this, you will need to keep using the practice option to raise the skill bar to full or about 90 percent green to master the didgeridoo. Luckily you can do this very quickly if you practice about four times per year as you age up. 

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