Ukuleles are already small, but sometimes it’s fun to make one even smaller than a normal soprano. Miles R. from the UKEonomics Blog asked me to make him sopranino ukulele, so we exchanged emails until we tacked down the specifications. We decided on cherry being the main wood, with a rosewood fretboard and bridge. It has abalone inlays and bone nut and saddle. Grover 3W tuners were used with Worth Clear Light strings.
The scale length on this instrument is 11 inches. That is 2 inches smaller than a normal soprano. Even though this uke is tiny, it still plays great.
Applying Tru-Oil on the body and then buffing on gunstock wax really makes the wood look shine.
See it in action!
Miles Ramsay got his ukulele in the mail and recorded a video with it. Great playing and singing Miles!