I bet you have been tormented by the age-old question, "What can't I make with a laser cutter?" Well I'm here to tell you that the answer is most certainly not a ukulele because I'll show you how to use a laser cutter to make a nice, semi-attractive, decent sounding concert scale ukulele. This sweet baby will give you hours of Blue Hawaii strumming pleasure and can be made with minimal tools. As shown the ukulele uses a commercially made rosewood finger or fret board but if you prefer to set the frets yourself I've got plans that include a laser-cut finger or fret board as well. This project was undertaken as a gift for a youngster too small to handle a full sized guitar but with a hunger for music. If you have a similar youngster pestering you for their own instrument or you just have a hankering for the dulcet tones that can only be duplicated on the diminutive ukulele, then this is the instructable for you.