For all intents and purposes, nothing
changed in the Carvin bass line for 1984. The LB50 was still the
flagship, and the LB40 provided a great bass for the player on a
budget. The DN612 and DN640 was still available, and essentially,
that was about it.
The LB50 did get a new catalog
photo (left), to
bring it up to spec with other photos in the catalog. Prices
remained the same across the board, with the exception of the LB50K
(Koa) which now had a standard price of $459, versus the base price + $40
that had been listed in earlier catalogs. Same with the LB40K,
which was now sold for $409.
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