This is Christopher high end  double bass that made by an individual maker at Christopher Workshop in China. The bass was made of select over 25 years aged spruce top and beautiful "tiger Strips" flamed maple back and sides which fully meets an artist's requirements and made this piece as a premium piece. 
It's rare you can get this type of 'Tiger Strips' flamed maple in the market.

Beautiful hand varnish in golden brown with some degree of antiquing. Superb craftsmanship has brought this bass to another performance level. The rich and professional tone quality that any player will be enjoying and love. Rubner Brass German machine heads were installed and professionally set up with Belcanto string.

Please buy with confidence in Christopher's workshop reputation. Our mission is to make good instruments for a fraction of the price of "classic" double basses.

Here are the measurements:

Upper Bout: 19.5"
C Bout:      14"
Lower Bout: 26.75"
C Bout depth: 8.5"
String Length: 41.25"
Body Length:  43.25"

Please feel free to contact us. We are here to answer all your questions and to guide you thru your bass buying decision.  $350.00 shipping cost when you pick up at your nearby freight terminal. Residential, liftgate, appointment services, and insurance are cost extra.

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ConditionBrand New (New)
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Brand
Model
  • Master II
Categories
Year
  • 2006
Made In
  • China

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