#269- Walnut and Pistachio Tenor Banjo Uke

When I bought this walnut from a retiring furniture maker in The Dalles 5 years ago, it seemed like I would never be able to use it all.  Now, after making banjo ukes, headplates and regular ukes for Mya-Moe and several great Beansprout instruments, it is almost gone!  A nice mix of colors and subtle curl, this Oregon walnut has been a pleasure to work with.  The longer scale of the tenor often gives a richer tone and this one is no exception.