current, doesnt, love, trust

Hello,
So I’m noticing the vowel [open-mid back unrounded vowel] ʌ represented in dictionaries are actually 4 phonemes:
ɐ, ɜ, ʌ and ɔ

I know that this is in accordance with the accents, some use a phoneme other accent other phoneme [very well explained in en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open-mid_b … nded_vowel],
but I have noticed in a single accent (GAE I guess, this is my focus).

Someone who speaks Californian or General American English can help me?
I also appreciate examples of British, Australian, Canadian etc.

The same person says:

current = /kɜrənt/

doesn’t = /dʌnzt/
must = /mʌst/
club = /clʌb/

love = /lɔv/
above = /@bɔv/
bulk = /bɔlk/
result = /rizɔlt/

trust = /trɐst/
up = /ɐp/
cup = /kɐp/
some = /sɐm/
one = /wɐn/

Am I right or am I confusing?

Thanks very much in advance!

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Thanks very much Kitos!

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