This was a custom build around a 9-1/8″ metal clad pot that I had bought a couple of years ago from someone. I put a new calfskin head on it from Smakula Fretted Instruments. I had never mounted a skin head but it was not as hard as I had feared. The combination of animal parts, music, tension and water reminded me of rehairing violin bows, which I retired from doing some years ago because it was so hard, but putting on the skin was quite quick and easy. I am planning to try one on one of my upcoming 12″ banjos this fall and hope to offer them as an option in the future. The customer wanted a 15.5″ scale with a 1.5″ nut width, cherry and ebony and aged or relic nickel to match the old pot. He did a fine job aging the hardware, and found pre-aged Gotoh tuners, again from SFI, since it is not feasible to use the aging chemicals on a fully assembled tuner. It was a fun project for me and I hope the customer will like it. I didn’t record a video of this instrument because I have no knowledge of how to play a ukulele.