Here’s a few pic’s of a new Hawaiian Tenor Ukulele made from Hawaiian Spalted Mango. This instrument is made from the same wood as the last Mango ukulele, but each instrument can appear dramatically different due to the rapidly changing patterns in this wood. Because the wood is so appearance active, I have kept most of the accents very simple, ie: ebony binding, with black/white purfling; simple black back glue strip and ebony finger board and bridge. I did use the Vanuatu Maidou burl for accents. The Black Limba neck matches almost perfectly. I used PHD low “G’ florocarbon strings which adds to it’s full and mid-range sound and sustain. The tuners are Gotoh Planetary. Mango me more and more and more . . . I just can’t get enough !