The second instrument from this group is a soprano ukulele. I was only able to use one of the legs from the piano in this grouping, and here it is. I used the leg as the neck for the instrument, and although it is a little funky it is totally playable and actually sounds pretty sweet. I don't tend to do a central round sound hole because I tend to make "stick through" design instruments. So there are two sound holes on either side of that stick. I kept them lower and closer to the bridge because of the way that you strum a uke, you tend to do it up close to the neck and I did not want the player to get their finger caught in the sound holes.
Like the baritone that is also part of this group, the tail piece is a hinge from the ReStore and the bridge is from a sink drop from a solid surface counter top. Here is how this one sounds: