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That Pedal Show 100,000 Subscribers !!!!!


To celebrate the incredible milestone of reaching 100,000 subscribers on YouTube, we put together this video explaining how That Pedal Show comes together.
We talk about filming, audio production, editing… it's a run through all that background shizzle so that you can see what goes on. The show you see each week has a team of four behind it: Mick & Dan, Simon who does the filming and editing, and Katherine (Mick’s wife) who takes care of all the TPS Store stuff and our finances. It’s a tremendous amount of work and we’re exceptionally lucky to have such awesome people helping us.

More than anything, we're lucky, grateful and immensely proud to have YOU LOT! 

Kind, like-minded guitar players who watch the shows, contribute to Patroen, buy T-shirts and pedals and, of course, watch the shows.

Huge thanks also goes to our exclusive preferred retailers: Andertons, Riff City and Pedal Empire – links below. 

Looking to buy pedals? Please visit our preferred retail partners...

We have three preferred retail partners, Andertons for the UK/Europe, Riff City in the USA and Pedal Empire in Australia.  These guys are people we know and trust and they offer a great range of products and provide superb service.  If you're looking for that next effects pedal these guys can help!

This Week's Show!

Introduction To Guitar Amp Attenuators

In this episode we venture tentatively onto the thin ice of attenuators for guitar amps.

It is a contentious subject, so here we are simply discussing the common approaches as an introduction to the concept. THIS VIDEO IS NOT ABOUT IRs AND DIRECT SIGNALS.

It’s simply about making your really loud amp a bit quieter through your cabinet/speakers. We discuss the concepts of active and passive attenuation, reactive and non-reactive loads, resistive power soaks and voltage attenuation.

We’re not particularly scientific about any of the technical stuff, so if you want to understand the physics, please hit up any number of websites, not least Wikipedia. Many of those pages will go into massive technical detail and you won't hear a single guitar tone. We're trying to do the opposite.