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    Ernie Ball Music Man Joe Dart Bass released today. 50 made

    Hey we are so happy to have partnered with the amazing Joe Dart from Vulfpeck. Go to Vulfpeck its the only place they will be available from. It will sell out today for sure. If you want one jump on it.
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    Curious as to what the function of the knob is. No spec details seem to be available on the Vulfpeck site

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    Pics or it's an.....
    Balls are Best!!

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    I’d guess it’s the volume knob.

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    It's a volume knob and it looks like the first 50 are gone!

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    OMG, this was so hillarious it just had me cracking up :-)
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    The Joe Dart Bass - YouTube

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    Ah so.... I like it!
    Balls are Best!!

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    That’s an interesting one to say the least !

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    I really enjoyed this video. He is playing the bass while it's attached to a stand instead of wearing a strap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bovinehost View Post
    It's a volume knob and it looks like the first 50 are gone!
    Personally never understood a volume knob on a passive bass unless they were there to control blending of different pickups. Find a tone knob more useful. I keep a single volume knob maxed and use fingers to control louder or softer.
    Last edited by Edmang; 03-02-2019 at 10:59 AM.

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    Checking Vulfpeck site and videos, wow Joe Dart tone is superb funky with whatever cheap bass he plays.

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    I would like to humbly request a full run of this bass. It would be a great replacement for the Cutlass/Caprice. And wow...the price is great too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregP View Post
    I would like to humbly request a full run of this bass. It would be a great replacement for the Cutlass/Caprice. And wow...the price is great too!
    My guess is it will depend how well it sells in the next month. They may continue it if it is a big seller. The original release of the Old Smoothie 40th was only for that year. But they continued the model the next year. Probably because it sold so well, and must still be selling well since it is still in the lineup.

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