It’s an amazing feeling. At the point we cut down the trees, we didn’t think we’d ever have enough money to get something made out of them. We got them milled and just hoped. When I found Kelly, I was so happy that we would be able to get something made out of those trees, even if it wasn’t perfect. As it is, it’s definitely not perfect (you will see I point out a few flaws halfway though the video), but I’m still very happy with it. I’m still amazed at how good the intonation is. It’s better than any of my other ukes!
Interesting review Robin. It looks like it was made with a loving hand. The quirks are just a personal touch. What a cool process. I’d love to do that some days. I don’t have a garden though. That’s a special thing. It sounds great too. I hope you enjoy it for many years.