Just another day in puka paradise! Not a highly figured koa, but nice. Double puka’s seem to work as well as the side concert sound hole design, although I can only speculate as to why. I used Hawaiian Mango for binding accented with rope-style purfling. I’ve been using a lot of the Mango binding lately because of it’s “woodsy” look. There are Hawaiian Koa accents with a Vanuatu Maidou burl head stock front lamination. Gotoh planetary tuners and PHD flourocarbon, low “G” strings. Oh, the neck is curly Oregon Black Walnut with a Hawaiian Mango/Koa/Mango lamination. I especially liked the neck.