Don wanted a double neck ukulele and was not going to take no for an answer. After extensive discussion, I folded. Here are photos of the result. Of course we used a combination of woods: the back and sides are Oregon curly Maple, while the sound board is Hawaiian curly Koa. Binding was India Rosewood and accents are Indonesian Maidou Burl. Finger boards and bridges are Macassar Ebony.
Don did not want a 4/6 combination but wanted a high “G”, low “G” comination instead. I used a modified combination of tenor and baritone patterns to produce the final instrument. Double up and catch up!