As with all the Soprano ukuleles I build, they are long neck models. The neck joins the body at the fourteenth fret rather than the traditional twelfth fret. The scale length remains the same as a regular soprano.
Body: Figured African Mahogany with Walnut binding to the top.
Neck: Spanish Cedar (Cedrela) with nineteen frets in total and 36mm wide at the nut.
Fretboard: Rosewood with abalone fret inlays and acrylic side dots and a corian nut.
Bridge: Rosewood with a corian saddle.
Back: Curved across the width and down its length.
Tuners: Friction tuners with metal bushings.
Finish: Semi-gloss cellulose lacquer.
Scale Length: Soprano 346mm.