It sounds beautiful now. Handmade from mahogany, sadly I couldn’t afford the koa one, it’s tone has matured nicely and I still think it’s an extremely handsome looking ukulele. They’re quite strange to play at first, the fretboard’s wider than most ukes, but once you get used to it then it’s no problem.
I have, however, managed to scratch the hell out of it where I should have put a scratch-plate. Oh well, merely adds to the charm I think.