"The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

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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Re: "The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

Post by daves » 30 Dec 2014, 08:37

Cave Passive Pedals wrote:
daves wrote:These look rad!!

What size are they? Soap at size or bigger?
They're modified 1590A Hammond cases. I can make them pretty much any shape and size, but thought the look of these casings worked well.
That's makes sense, they are pretty deep, I know there's not much weight on a pickup screw but that's a lot of wood to carve out to get the pickups at the right heigjt yeh? About 30-35mm with springs/foam?
....that crack rock steady beat.

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Re: "The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

Post by bobbybdazzler » 30 Dec 2014, 17:23

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Re: "The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

Post by bobbybdazzler » 30 Dec 2014, 17:24

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Re: "The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

Post by Cave Passive Pedals » 30 Dec 2014, 18:15

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A BIG thankyou to Dave, for the photographs! You're a legend, Mate.

So, this is the box of tricks that the Monster pickup will activate: octave, tone, drive and compression; this unit will sit hidden under the scratch plate of my Jazz bass, in the same position as a neck pickup.

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Re: "The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

Post by Cave Passive Pedals » 30 Dec 2014, 18:25

daves wrote:
Cave Passive Pedals wrote:
daves wrote:These look rad!!

What size are they? Soap at size or bigger?
They're modified 1590A Hammond cases. I can make them pretty much any shape and size, but thought the look of these casings worked well.
That's makes sense, they are pretty deep, I know there's not much weight on a pickup screw but that's a lot of wood to carve out to get the pickups at the right heigjt yeh? About 30-35mm with springs/foam?
Monster pickup depth is only 23mm.

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Re: "The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

Post by daves » 30 Dec 2014, 21:25

^^^^

Excellent. A squier tele bass would be a perfect guinea pig, 2nd hand cheap and long pickguard for dials
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Re: "The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

Post by Aussie Mark » 31 Dec 2014, 07:38

daves wrote:^^^^

Excellent. A squier tele bass would be a perfect guinea pig, 2nd hand cheap and long pickguard for dials
+1

I was going to suggest that yesterday, as a quick and easy alternative to Blaine building a bass from scratch

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Re: "The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

Post by basshack » 31 Dec 2014, 08:30

Aussie Mark wrote:
daves wrote:^^^^

Excellent. A squier tele bass would be a perfect guinea pig, 2nd hand cheap and long pickguard for dials
+1

I was going to suggest that yesterday, as a quick and easy alternative to Blaine building a bass from scratch
Got that covered with an incoming Warmoth shorty in parts that'll shorten the build time frame considerably. Little bit more expensive than a 2nd hand Tele or Squire Jazz but I'll be able to reuse the pups on my other project.
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Re: "The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

Post by bobbybdazzler » 02 Jan 2015, 20:14

Loaded and almost ready to go.
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Re: "The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

Post by bobbybdazzler » 03 Jan 2015, 15:26

Now that looks cool.
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Re: "The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

Post by bobbybdazzler » 03 Jan 2015, 15:46

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Re: "The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

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Re: "The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

Post by basshack » 03 Jan 2015, 21:59

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Re: "The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

Post by Aussie Mark » 04 Jan 2015, 07:31

Looks awesome

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Re: "The Cave Monster'' Bass Pickup

Post by PilbaraBass » 04 Jan 2015, 08:16

I like how it is pretty much a 2-in-1 thing happening there. a Cave Monster AND a jazz in one
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