Joe Dart MusicMan bass sold out

Vulfpeck bassist, Joe Dart, has a new signature bass by Ernie Ball MusicMan. The Ernie Ball MusicMan Joe Dart features an ash body (used in Sterling Classic basses) with a natural satin finish, a flamed maple neck, and a figured maple fingerboard. The pickup is a...

Inventor of gaffer tape passes away

Not many people can actually say they have changed the face of the installation, film and TV, as well as music industries at the same time. Perhaps there was only one man who could say that about himself. That man was Ross Lowell - the inventor of an adhesive tape...

Jim Dunlop passes away

Yesterday, the surviving members of Jim Dunlop's family announced the passing of the legendary founder of Dunlop Manufacturing. His daughter, Jasmin Powell, was one of the first to share the news of her father's passing, which she posted on social media: "On the...


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