Here’s one of my favorite alternative woods–Oregon Myrtle. This is a decent tonewood, often used by Breedlove Guitars. I was lucky to score on some “odd” pieces that matched enough for a complete instrument. I haven’t had a source for Myrtle for years. Here’s a few pics of the most recently finished instrument: Myrtle all around, marbled Oregon Black Walnut neck, Macassar ebony fretboard and bridge, East India Rosewood binding, Indonesian Maidou burl accents, Gotoh 4::1’s. I have strung the instrument with PHD’s with a wound low “G”. I found the sound to be a bit brighter than the last instrument posted using Black Walnut and Koa. This new ukulele does not have an owner yet. Want a date?