Here’s another all Oregon Myrtle tenor ukulele. I wasn’t too sure what this would look like because of the darker blushes in the wood. Once I got sealer on the instrument, I was pleasantly surprised with the result. I especially like the chocolate spalting on the the front and the back. I used curly Oregon Black Walnut for the neck and super curly chocolate Koa for the binding. For the first time I used Black Palm for the accents. The finger board and bridge are ebony with LMI’s gold evo frets.
At the time of the pictures, I was waiting for the newest strings from GHS to try out on this instrument. It is now completed with Gold Gotoh Planetary tuners and GHS Custom Shop strings (Sarah’s Low G– Sarah Maisel). The instrument is full and bright as has been the result with most of these Myrtle ukuleles.