I’d like to think that that term describes the curly, blond Myrtle wood top on this new Hawaiian tenor ukulele and not a gentleman’s club. Oh well, I’m doing it anyway. This is another of my mixed wood creations: curly black walnut back and sides, curly myrtle top, curly maple neck, ebony bridge and fret board, and black walnut burl for accents. Since the density of the woods pretty much match that of Koa the sound is similar. I can’t pass up a pretty piece of wood and this Myrtle had no mate for back and sides. A perfect match!