Ok, since I’m on a Myrtlewood kick, here is the finished product using the Oregon Tiger Stripe Myrtle that I posted this February. This Hawaiian tenor ukulele has a body of rare tiger stripe myrtlewood, the top is bearclaw Sitka Spruce (lots of color), the neck is figured Oregon Black Walnut, the binding is curly Hawaiian Koa, finger board and bridge are Macassar ebony and the accent wood is Vanuatu Maidou burl–whew! These instruments are turning out to be warm with volume–easy to play and easy to listen to and definitely one-of-a-kind. I have used PHD low “G” strings and Gotoah planetary tuners to complete
. I just can’t get over the variety of “looks” this wood presents, easily as much or more than Koa and Mango.