It’s always exciting when Peter Hurney shows up with a new ukulele. Peter, who builds under the Pohaku name, has a great eye for design but the best part is his ukes sound as good as they look. This Art Deco-style tenor ukulele is crafted from striking AAA Hawaiian Koa and is inlaid with an elegant dancing lady. The binding is ebony with maple purfling, a blend of wood that is also used on the bridge and soundhole rosette. The neck is quarter sawn Honduran mahogany with ebony and maple veneers on the peghead and the tuning gear are Gotoh brand planetary 4:1 ratio tuners.