Tenor ukulele in Jamaican Fiddle-wood and Bunya Pine

Bob_H

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My first ukulele build for a while, after being diverted by mandolins and guitars. Jamaican fiddle wood and Bunya Pine, with a carbon fibre reinforced sugarloaf pine neck and a lacy she-oak bound fingerboard. Zero fret and 14 frets to the body. Carved the neck this afternoon and put it all together to check the fit. Quite pleased!
 

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My first ukulele build for a while, after being diverted by mandolins and guitars. Jamaican fiddle wood and Bunya Pine, with a carbon fibre reinforced sugarloaf pine neck and a lacy she-oak bound fingerboard. Zero fret and 14 frets to the body. Carved the neck this afternoon and put it all together to check the fit. Quite pleased!
That's beautiful!
 
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