Krutz 700-Series Bass
Krutz 700-series instruments are partially crafted in Krutz's affiliated private shop in Beijing from Asian wood. These instruments are shipped to Krutz's Kansas City workshop rough and unfinished, where professional craftsmen do extensive finish work on them. The instruments are graduated, fitted with an advanced bassbar and varnished. Krutz 700-series instruments have greater projection and tonal resonance, suitable for advancing students and amateur adult players.
Specs: Fully carved seasoned spruce top, carved seasoned maple back, ribs and scroll; shaded varnish; Gamba or violin corners; inlaid purfling; 4 individual brass machines; ebony fingerboard; 10mm endpin with screwed rubber stopper; D'Addario Kaplan strings, Aubert adjustable bridge with brass adjusters, and ebony tailpiece. The bridge, fingerboard, nut, and soundpost are assembled, dressed, fitted, and tonally adjusted in Krutz's Kansas City workshop.