- acoustic guitars
- classical guitars
Kipp Krusa's wood working career started in 1993 when he attended The Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding in Port Townsend, Washington. In 1994 he attended the Timeless Instruments School of Lutherie under David Freeman. Kipp worked for the next few years on his father's commercial fishing boat in order to purchase both tools and materials for his eventual guitar shop. In 2000 Kipp began working with Michael Millard and Andy Mueller at Froggy Bottom Guitars. This was Kipp's first exposure to CNC technology, and also his first job in a small custom shop. Krusa now makes acoustic and classical guitars under his own Krusa Guitars brand in Bon Aqua, Tennessee.