Two weeks ago I purchased this Koa from a local wood supplier who had been storing this wood for the last 15-20 years. Who knows how old it was before this individual purchased it. The billet was a bit pricey but what quality Koa isn’t these days. I prefer this look in Koa–movement in the grain and a little wilder curl and a bit of sap wood as well for contrast. I couldn’t pass it up! The wood has good color. curl and action in the grain and it has been air dried for an extensive period of time. I was able to cut three complete sets only from this billet. When they are gone, they are gone! Could this be your new tenor ukulele?