2009 Spira Custom. SN:200. Instrument database. For Sale.

Jack Spira | Custom | 2009 | SN:200

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Luthier Facts :
Name: Jack Spira
Location: Victoria, Australia

Wait list:
Taking Orders?: Yes
RIYL: Modern fingerstyle guitars, Ditson reproductions
Note: (RIYL) Recommended If You Like


  • Model: Custom
  • Year: 2009
  • Serial number: 200
  • Top: Redwood
  • Back & sides: Tiger Mrytle
  • Upper bout: 11
  • Lower bout 15 3/4
  • Purfling: Abalone
  • Rosette: Abalone & spalted maple
  • Headstock: Art Deco Shape
  • Fingerstyle Gidgee
  • Nut width: 1 3/4”



The owner Mark says: “Here is a beautiful Jack Spira custom redwood tiger myrtle built for me in 2009. This is Jack’s 200th guitar and it is spectacular. The detail on this guitar is amazing down to wenge tuners. It plays like butter with a beautiful clear tone and smooth deep low end. Check out the gidgee fretboard and spalted maple abalone rosettes. It is in like new condition ”

Jack is a friend of ours and has contributed a number of articles you may find interesting:

http://www.guitarbench.com/jack-spira/

http://www.guitarbench.com/specials/jack-spira-ditson-style-build-diary/

http://www.guitarbench.com/2010/04/14/jack-spira-ditson-build-diary/

http://www.guitarbench.com/2009/05/13/melbourne-guitar-makers-festival-2009/



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Here is a beautiful Jack Spira custom redwood tiger myrtle built for me in 2009.

This is Jack’s 200th guitar and it is spectacular. The detail on this guitar is amazing down to wenge tuners.

It plays like butter with a beautiful clear tone and smooth deep low end.

Check out the gidgee fretboard and spalted maple abolone rosettes. It is in like new condition

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