New "In-Line" Grunts

Boutique bass guitar effects pedals that require no battery or power supply. Includes multi-channel boosters and drivers in a compact, aluminium casing with D.I. output.
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New "In-Line" Grunts

Post by Cave Passive Pedals » 15 Apr 2013, 08:42

Hi Guys

Our new In-Line Grunts are now available. These are a lot cheaper than the $69 floor pedal Grunt, due to less components.

-$39 for the permanently ON clean In-Line Grunt (no knobs or bypass switch)

-$49 for the permanently ON Grunt with drive control (one knob only)

-$59 for the OBG (On-Board-Grunt). Plugs into jack socket on your bass with all controls same as floor pedal Grunt but true bypass attained with toggle switch (not foot switch)
(A MALE JACK TO JACK or PATCH LEAD (if taping to your strap is required)

All come with the 1590A Hammond aluminium casing with stamped lettering.

We decided to create these effects, not only to reduce costs, but to give those who use their Grunts in the "always on" state what they really want... no fuss operation, just plug in and play.

Thanks
Heath
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Re: New "In-Line" Grunts

Post by Aussie Mark » 15 Apr 2013, 09:48

Sounds good, Heath - if you email me some photos I can get them up here and on the Facebook page

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Re: New "In-Line" Grunts

Post by PilbaraBass » 15 Apr 2013, 12:52

I think it's a great idea, Heath.

The size, the price-point, the simplicity... all very good...

For anyone who wants to add a little bit of attitude to an otherwise polite-sounding bass should really look into one of these.
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Post by wilbur88 » 15 Apr 2013, 12:55

Under 50 bucks for a controllable Grunt hand made pedal? That's a steal. Nice work. :thumbup:
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Re: New "In-Line" Grunts

Post by Cave Passive Pedals » 15 Apr 2013, 13:03

Thanks Guys

Will get some photos off to you Mark, ASAP!

Heath

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Re: New "In-Line" Grunts

Post by Aussie Mark » 16 Apr 2013, 09:17

Cave Passive Pedals wrote:Hi Guys

Our new In-Line Grunts are now available. These are a lot cheaper than the $69 floor pedal Grunt, due to less components.

-$39 for the permanently ON clean In-Line Grunt (no knobs or bypass switch)

Image

-$49 for the permanently ON Grunt with drive control (one knob only)

Image

-$59 for the OBG (On-Board-Grunt). Plugs into jack socket on your bass with all controls same as floor pedal Grunt but true bypass attained with toggle switch (not foot switch)
(A MALE JACK TO JACK or PATCH LEAD (if taping to your strap) IS REQUIRED)

ImageImage

All come with the 1590A Hammond aluminium casing with stamped lettering.

We decided to create these effects, not only to reduce costs, but to give those who use their Grunts in the "always on" state what they really want... no fuss operation, just plug in and play.

Thanks
Heath

Rolling Stoned | The Volts | Doors Alive | Bonza | The Vinyl Beats

Basses: Nash, Fender, Ampeg, Cataldo, Duesenberg, Greco, Ibanez
Rig: Fender, Ampeg, PJB

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Re: New "In-Line" Grunts

Post by caeman » 21 Apr 2013, 23:34

Leaving out the on/off switch would seem to make the signal path cleaner, yes? And this also seems like something that could more easily be integrated into the body of a bass... :)
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Re: New "In-Line" Grunts

Post by caeman » 14 Oct 2013, 02:59

I still think it would be neat to replace the internal controls on a bass with something like integrated into the bass itself.
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Post by narcdor » 14 Oct 2013, 12:02

There was a TM Stevens model Cort that had inbuilt auto wah I believe?
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Re: New "In-Line" Grunts

Post by PilbaraBass » 14 Oct 2013, 13:13

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Re: New "In-Line" Grunts

Post by Cave Passive Pedals » 12 Feb 2015, 14:03

Hi Pasi,

Your ILG has now been drilled and pot inserted for the Drive control.

Will let you know when she is complete and ready to send.

Thanks
Heath

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Re: New "In-Line" Grunts

Post by Cave Passive Pedals » 14 Feb 2015, 12:38

Hi Pasi,

Have finished your pedal and will send ASAP.

Thanks
Heath

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