Baritone Uke Update
I've made great progress on the baritone uke lately. The neck is now attached with hide glue and the fretboard is loaded with frets. I usually don't rely on measurements alone for locating the bridge. It seems that every instrument has little nuances that result in a slightly different final saddle location. So I intonate each instrument before gluing the bridge in place. This requires doing a partial setup of the instrument using a temporary trapeze tailpiece to hold the top and bottom strings in place. These two strings are brought up to pitch and then checked for proper pitch at the 12th fret. On ukes, there doesn't seem to be much need for compensating the bass strings, but I always like to check. This is also a great time to address any problems with the neck angle and bridge height.