The specialty of this instrument is the simplicity of the color scheme, which consists of a warm mahogany body and the light tones of the oak and the linden tree neck.
For this special instrument I used local cherry wood from Thuringia, which couldn`t be more suitable. This concept works very well because both the wood, the instrument maker and the painter originate from the same corner of Germany.
Probably the most typical wood that can be used for an ukulele. With this instrument, however, I did not build a complete Koa body, but a combination of the Hawaiian koa with a North American engelmann spruce