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Hi, Can you tell me how old and mybe some history on my Memphis guitar. Memphis guitars and basses are entry level to medium quality instruments designed for the student guitarist.
Per the Blue Book of Electric Guitars they're not worth to much, .00 to 5.00 USD depending upon condition (if memory serves me correctly from work).
I have a Memphis Explorer knock off I bought new in 1976. Still plays good on my Peavey amp I bought in 1978.
I have told my wife to bury with it when the time comes.
Headstocks have a silk-screened "Memphis" logo; guitars usually have a thick polyurethane solid finish, so let's not ask how ply the body wood is.
One higher end model with a locking tremolo system and two exposed coil humbuckers was encountered by Walter Murray, Frankenstein Fretworks. However, do a word search for "Memphis" on axecentral as I know there are other posts concerning these guitars. Regards, kcbuck Kc Buck, Thanks for the quick response.
In mid-2009, the prefix was changed to “ICF” on some instruments, indicating that they were made in Indonesia at the Cort factory were Fender-branded.
Both the “IC” and “ICF” prefixes are followed by an eight-digit number, with the first two digits designating the year of manufacture, (i.e., , , etc.).
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Fender moved production of some Fender-branded instruments from Korea to Indonesia in 2008.