Back in June, I returned to Atlanta for a couple weeks. While there, I took advantage of all the woodworking hand tools I had access to, and made this ukulele. The body of the instrument was made from a dried gourd. The neck is mahogany, which was scavenged from the desk in my old bedroom. The fretboard is burned oak, which was split off a stump in my back yard, and the soundboard was the bottom of a desk drawer.
The ukulele is about Tenor sized, and tuned with a low-G. Fret positions were determined using this handy online fret calculator. All of the construction except drilling a couple of holes was done with hand tools. The neck was shaped mostly with a drawknife, except for the channel for the tuning pegs, which was chiseled out.
The ukulele's build thread can be found here.
I don't have any audio or video clips of me playing it, so you'll have to take my word for it that it sounds pretty good. I think it does, at least. Not that I have much to compare it to.