Except for the soundboard, this instrument was made completely of Thruingian cherry.
In contrast to the "double back" cherry, I have specializied in slightly darker color scheme of the European walnut for this particular ukulele.
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.
This sunrise might look simple on the first look but with the american walnut comes a canadian cedar top, which produces a very loud but dynamic tone.
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