Now offered for sale, this soprano ukulele is built from reclaimed mahogany sourced from building refurbishment and salvaged furniture.
It has the classic, “mahogany soprano” tone, and as such is a versatile instrument for a range of playing styles.
The body is Brazilian mahogany salvaged from a an old table top, the neck is made from Honduras mahogany reclaimed from 1940s era office doors, with a centre stripe of American walnut reclaimed from a cabinet side. I’m especially pleased with the wavy figure in the top and back.
Both fretboard and bridge are responsibly – sourced cameroon ebony supplied by Madinter, Spain.
The finish is hand-rubbed truoil varnish and Corian is used for the nut & saddle. High quality Grover 6B friction tuners complete the specification.