Recently I got the chance to go to NYC to do a video and podcast with Sara Dietschy. If you're not familiar with Sara, she went viral by making a spoof of a Casey Neistat video, which then lead to working with Casey himself, and eventually getting an office at 368 Broadway, which is the same building that Casey works in.
So, if you're a fan of Sara's, make sure you check out that video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyh0rNq98oA where we discuss how Wampler pedals started, the ups and downs of running a business, the importance of creating content on YouTube and Facebook to grow a community passionate about your product, the $4,000 guitar pedal and much more.
So, I'll discuss what that was like a little bit here, but I'll mostly explain what my normal day to day looks like, as a follow up to my last video.
It seems that some of the viewers had the wrong idea about what it means to find work and make a living doing something you're "passionate" about, so if you like guitar effects or have thought of starting a small business building guitar pedals, this video will show you what the majority of my day looks like. Lots of phone calls, email, and then experimentation with new effect ideas.