This is a tenor by Mele Ukulele of Maui. The model is Kalia, with a low G string and a pickup. It's my daily driver.
This is a Kamaka eight-string tenor with a pickup. I got it years ago on eBay from a pawn shop in Hilo, Hawaiʻi. It's engraved "To Ukulele Boy Aloha Sam Kamaka".
Ovation made this Applause-branded soprano. A miniature version of an Ovation guitar, it has a plastic body, wood typefret board, typical ʻukulele strings. I traveled with it for work to keep up my learning during wintry hotel stays.
A soprano from the old days, it says "Paul F. Summers' Famous Waikiki". It has plastic or bakelite tuners with tension screws. It has an old-timey cha-lang-a-lang sound.
An anonymous soprano from the old days. Nicely trimmed around the sound hole and the bout. It has wooden pegs for tuners so it's hard to keep in tune. It has an old-timey sound.