It has been fun to make so many alto ukuleles lately, they all seem to have their own personality while being so similar. This curly Myrtle set includes some crazy bug holes and knots that I love. The fretboard is also interesting, so I paired a rather plain neck, binding and Port Orford Cedar top to balance it out. I find it beautiful but not too busy. It has a sweet, breathy voice with plenty of volume. The Port Orford Cedar and Myrtle is from the Oregon coast and the pistachio is from California orchards, all from woodfromthewest.com. The salvaged old growth fir neck is from Portland Salvage Works.