For this baritone (my 50th ukulele) I used Oregon Myrtle for the back and sides and Port Orford cedar for the soundboard. The one piece neck is Honduran mahogany and the fretboard is bubinga with a 20.1″ scale. The instrument has a warm tone, but with a strong top end. The action is set at 7/64″ at the 12th fret, but there is plenty of room on the bone saddle to lower it, if desired. Grover tuners are on the peghead. The finish is high gloss nitrocellulose lacquer.
For Sale: $1800