Here’s a Hawaiian Ukulele with a Koa/Mango combination. I’ve used some of my spalted mango for the back strip and sound hole rosette. I was going to use mango binding but opted for a curly off-color maple which matched well. The neck is Oregon Black Walnut and the accents are Vanuatu Maidou Burl. The fret board and bridge are Macassar Ebony. The tuners are Gotoh planetary. The strings are PHD Florocarbon Ukulele , low “G”.
This instrument had good volume and the sound was warm and favored mostly mid-range to base as would be expected with this wood and string combination.