I am really pleased with Stuart Fuchs Kasha tenor. I played it for an hour and a half at our Wednesday jam and enjoyed hearing the strings mature and this Redwood/East Indian Rosewood instrument begin to warm and mellow. Last night I sat beside the fireplace and played it for a long time. The basses are rich, strong and warm, the trebles are brilliantly clear. Stu will be able to make this uke really sing.
I always kind of hate to see my babies leave, but this morning I packed it up and took it to the post office. It will be in Vermont on Tuesday.
And now for the next completion. Ron's baritone got it's bridge glued on today, Tomorrow the tuners and maybe even the strings.
But workshop time will be cut short tomorrow by the Bellingham Ukulele Group November Jam. If you are in the neighborhood grab your uke and drop in. 1:30 at St. James Presbyterian Church. It's always a lot of fun. I have my big old bass, "Son of Gut Bucket" and all my gear ready to go.