Here’s a killer piece of curly Oregon Myrtle–it really glows! Of course, my supplier only has one set for top only and only big enough for a soprano or concert. I had to have it! I have used this wood as the sound board on a concert ukulele with a complimentary back and sides of curly Claro Walnut. I used Hawaiian Mango for the binding and kept the purfling somewhat subdued with a black/white/black combination just for accent. The arched fingerboard and bridge are ebony species. The accents are Vanuatu Maidou burl and the neck is solid Oregon Black Walnut. The picture of the back head stock lamination really shows the burl well. Of course, Gotoh planetary tuners and the strings are PHD flourocarbon, high “G”. Just lovely!