Requires some design changes I am finding. Most ukulele players never play more than five frets up the neck, Some never go higher than the third fret, but the masters frequently play up in "no man's land" above the 14th fret. Stu Fuchs has asked me to extend the frets up to the 20th fret for the treble strings.
I have figured I can do that by flipping the fretboard so that the treble strings will have more frets. I will be using the fretboard just finished on a later Kasha tenor and will be making a new one for Stu. Here is a rough idea what his Kasha Tenor will look like.
I just got the sides attached and took it out of the clamps this morning. It is going to be a beauty.
Already got the tentalones attached to the soundboard.