60 Cycle Hum - YouTube is creating Demo/Review Videos
20

patrons

$115
per month
I started the 60 Cycle Hum podcast in 2014 with my friend Steve Rowe, it quickly expanded into a youtube channel as pedal builders wanted us to cover their product. I was already starting to work as a freelance videographer so it was a natural fit for me. I charge a fee to gear companies for demos here and there and I make some money from youtube monetization but the vast majority of the content I make is unpaid and made for our audiences entertainment and curiosity. I've reached the point where if I'm going to continue to advance my content I need to be pulling in more income from it. Thats where you come in, If you are here I'm assuming you are already a fan of what I do and want more of it or at least don't want it to slow down. I'm hoping to build a patreon experience that is rewarding for the biggest fans of the channel and provides me with the income to keep producing all the content I can dream up. Thank you for supporting what I do and making it possible for everyone else to enjoy it too.
Tiers
Dollar Dudes!
$1 or more per month 6 patrons
If everyone who subscribed to the channel gave me a dollar a month I can't imagine what I would be able to accomplish. 
High Fives Club!
$5 or more per month 2 patrons
Patreons $5 and above have the option to buy demo pedals as I post them. I cant save everything forever and id rather keep these pedals in the the family.


You are generous and loving, you buy drinks for your friends and don't expect them to ever return the favor. All life accomplishments are openly celebrated with an excellently executed high five!

Stream King
$10 or more per month 11 patrons
Once a month I'm going to give something away to a lucky $10 patreon selected via random number generator. 



Netflix, Hulu & Amazon don't satisfy you, but guitar gear videos really scratch your itch. You know the good stuff when you see it and you want to support it.  I don't fully understand your spending habits but I greatly appreciate them. 



I started the 60 Cycle Hum podcast in 2014 with my friend Steve Rowe, it quickly expanded into a youtube channel as pedal builders wanted us to cover their product. I was already starting to work as a freelance videographer so it was a natural fit for me. I charge a fee to gear companies for demos here and there and I make some money from youtube monetization but the vast majority of the content I make is unpaid and made for our audiences entertainment and curiosity. I've reached the point where if I'm going to continue to advance my content I need to be pulling in more income from it. Thats where you come in, If you are here I'm assuming you are already a fan of what I do and want more of it or at least don't want it to slow down. I'm hoping to build a patreon experience that is rewarding for the biggest fans of the channel and provides me with the income to keep producing all the content I can dream up. Thank you for supporting what I do and making it possible for everyone else to enjoy it too.

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Tiers
Dollar Dudes!
$1 or more per month 6 patrons
If everyone who subscribed to the channel gave me a dollar a month I can't imagine what I would be able to accomplish. 
High Fives Club!
$5 or more per month 2 patrons
Patreons $5 and above have the option to buy demo pedals as I post them. I cant save everything forever and id rather keep these pedals in the the family.


You are generous and loving, you buy drinks for your friends and don't expect them to ever return the favor. All life accomplishments are openly celebrated with an excellently executed high five!

Stream King
$10 or more per month 11 patrons
Once a month I'm going to give something away to a lucky $10 patreon selected via random number generator. 



Netflix, Hulu & Amazon don't satisfy you, but guitar gear videos really scratch your itch. You know the good stuff when you see it and you want to support it.  I don't fully understand your spending habits but I greatly appreciate them.