Done and Done! Here’s a new customTenor Ukulele made from African Limba.
Tonally this wood is much like Mahogany although much more attractive.
Rarely will two pieces of wood look the same and colorwise the wood can be blond to almost totally black. This build shows a little bit of both looks. Check out past posts: ” La La Limba” and ” A whale of a good time” to see more of this great wood.
I’ve used India Rosewood for binding, Ebony species for finger board and bridge and the accent wood is Queensland Eucalyptus burl. The tuners are Gotoh Planetary gold, the frets are Gold “evo” and the strings are GHS Flourocarbon with Sarah’s low “G”. This instument can be seen at Hale Ukulele in San Diego.