Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)

Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)
Used

Charles Fox Ergo Noir Brazilian (USED, 2005)

Regular price $11,950.00
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Nut Width

1 3/4"
Neck Carve
Modern D
Scale Length
25.5"
Serial Number
2005 Build

  • On Consignment
  • Shipping Calculated At Checkout

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We sold this Ergo, built by Charles Fox, when it was new back in 2005. And it's been a genuine treat getting to spend time with it again. Mr. Fox was quite a fixture on the guitar-building scene in the early to middle aughts; and he made a name for himself through his innovative designs and his presence as an instructor at the American School of Lutherie. The "Ergo" was his signature guitar ~ a lightly built small jumbo, with a thin body, double-top construction, and cantilevered fretboard. All its features just seem to click in symmetry; and as the name suggests, this guitar's tone, relative to its ergonomics of playability, is gigantic and enveloping in the most pleasant way. Its responsiveness is thick and fast; its sound is shimmery, deep, and present all at once; and its playability is shockingly comfortable. This is an incredibly rewarding fingerstyle guitar that takes well to a sensitive single-note flatpicked attack as well.

Condition: we'd call it "excellent minus." Overall, the surfaces of the guitar still shine like new; and its structure is rock-solid. The top finish, which is piano black, does show slight pick wear when angled under refracted light (but to look at the guitar head on, from a foot away, you'd never notice it). Other than that, this guitar is very clean, and exhibits no significant cosmetic blemishes or fret wear. Priced with its original custom Ameritage case. On consignment; shipping calculated at checkout.

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Materials

Top
Spruce (Double top)
Back & Sides
Brazilian Rosewood
Neck
Mahogany
Fingerboard
Ebony
Bridge
Rosewood
Nut & Saddle
Bone
Tuners
Gotoh
Construction
Modern Adhesive
Finish
High Gloss

Neck Specs

Carve
Modified Low Oval
Nut Width
1 3/4"
String Spacing
2 1/4"
Scale Length
25.5"
Truss Rod
Adjustable
Inlays
None
Headstock
Brazilian Rosewood veneer

Other

Serial #
2005 build
Case
Ameritage Hardshell

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