It's a good thing to indulge in a little bit of fun. I finally finished up this "Shipworm Uke" that I had started a while back and was working on just for fun between my other builds. I'm going to be bringing it to the Northwest Handmade instrument exhibit this weekend. It's definitely a one of a kind piece (unless you have trained shipworms to place on your sunken timber at your disposal). I'll have this piece at the show. Click the link to get more info.
Also included are some pictures of the last guitar completed which is a Western Red Cedar and Myrtlewood combination. I decided to use some Gilbert tuning machines with ebony dots and buttons to go along with all the ebony bindings. French polished.