Greg Bennett Bariton Ukulele. It is the largest from the ukulele family. In fact it is (almost) tuned like a normal guitar . Only the 4th string -D- is tuned 1 octave higher then the D string on a guitar. It has a sollid top and sounds really marvelous. For some people a "soprano " or "tenor" ukulele are too small and this is a perfect alternative to the small instruments .
Recording King tenor ukulele. The body is made of brass and it has a resonator like a "National steel" or "Dobro" guitar . That is why it is also called a "dobro ukulele" It has a loud sound and you can easily hear it from a far distance . The tuning pegs are like the old fasion ukulele pegs and not really my favorite for tuning .
Lanikai TU-21CE Tenor ukulele . The E in CE stands for "electric" and it has a build in pickup with an active pre-amp . 3 slides for volume ,treble and bass. It has a full sound and also amplified it sounds nice .
Oscar Schmidt OU114EB This is my favorite baby. The sound is really incredible and this is quite special as the body is flat and a lot less deep then the Lanikai. This ukulele can also be used electric (thus EB) but it has a passive circuit . Never understood why they stopped making these ukuleles.
"Klomp-o-lille" by Geert van Schravendijk . This ukulele is a joke ! It is made from a wooden shoe !!!(=klomp in dutch) The sound is terible and really I can't get it tuned right. But then again it is a nice joke .