DECISION MADE, #67 SOLD; It was not an easy decision. Today I sold my very favorite tenor in the hope that the last tenor built will mature into an even better instrument. Both ukes have redwood sound boards. #76 had redwood that had been paneling in a quality home. It was not remarkably tight grained but it made a uke with wonderful tone. It is the best uke I have made I think. I decided to sell it because I have recently built #79 using Redwood from a water tank that for perhaps 80 years has been on the roof of a New York City apartment house. The grain is incredibly tight. I am betting it will mature into even a better sounding ukulele. It has only been strung up for about a week but already it is sounding wonderful, Not quite as good yet as #76 but I am hopeful. Oh heck, If I made a bad decision at least my favorite uke went to a really nice guy, Bob Shaeffer from Anacortes. And I still have some of that wide grained redwood.