Find your sonic sweet spots with the SweetiePot™ Studio-Grade Master Volume Control for your pedals and amp!

See our TonalityTools website for more information about the extraordinarily helpful new SweetiePot!

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(This listing is for the Mono Version of the SweetiePot. Please see separate Reverb listing for our Dual Stereo SweetiePots Model if your rig or pedalboard is configured for stereo left and right, or if a splitter and dual amps are employed for your performances.)

The SweetiePot™ is the highest quality final “Master Fader” for your pedals. It is the state-of-the-art volume solution that enables you to optimally dial in the sweet spot settings of your amp, pedals and instrument while helping to keep the overall loudness comfortable and to workable, inspiring volumes appropriate for any playing situation.

Just as you would use a Master Fader on a world-class mixboard, the SweetiePot enables you to make exact pedal and amp adjustments that sound the very best and then retain these optimum settings without having to re-adjust critical settings should the final volume end up too loud. 

Boldly and creatively go to pedal and amp settings you may have never used before and fine-tune all aspects of your tone with increased flexibility. 

It’s a fact…pedal quality has become so good and provides so much more flexibility and tonal options that amps these days are designed and used more as pedal platforms. So, how one integrates and interfaces one’s pedals to the input of the amp is vital and exacting for optimal volume, tone and performance.

This is where the SweetiePot comes into play and is so relevant to today’s musician’s needs.


It is well known in music studios that every piece of gear has its “sweet spot” settings that sound the very best. Your instruments and amps each have their optimum sweet spots - all pedals too, and each of their controls.

Truth is that amps and pedals alike wish to receive healthy input signals. Equipment sounds more musically expressive when sent good signal volumes. This also enables their controls to be better dialed to their best sounding sweet spots. 

However, the resulting overall volume can be LOUD.

Introducing the SweetiePot™!

Your pedals and amp have unbelievable potential to sculpt your tones, but only if you can set each control to its sweet spot and then do an overall “trim” of the resultant volume, just like when using a professional mixboard and its master faders.

Amps sound best when their controls are cranked up. They sound wimpy when turned down to bedroom levels. The SweetiePot allows you to have your gear set to where everything sounds great, but the final volume can still be kept reasonable and enjoyable for you, your audiences, the rest of the band, Engineers, at home, on stages small and large, and in the studio!

No more turning your amp down to castrating "barely on" levels or trying to be satisfied with 1 watt, 5 watt and other bedroom throttled settings. And, while transformer power soaks and the like can be a solution, we all know that putting a big heavy wad of iron and copper with a bunch of switches on your power amp right before a loudspeaker is not always ideal; doing so does affect feel and tone.

Think of your pedalboard as a mixing “chain”, just like a high-quality mixboard and racks gear in a pro studio. 

Master faders allow myriad sweet spots to be dialed in by ear across each board channel and on every piece of outboard equipment used in a mix.

You would never mix in a studio or live without smartly using the master faders, even if you are working entirely "in the box" (in the computer, using your DAW’s mixer).

Similarly, the SweetiePot allows you to take full advantage of the wide dynamic range that your pedals, amp and instrument offer by enabling you to transparently do a final volume reduction trim that makes it possible to use your amp comfortably in far more performance and recording applications, as well as at home.

Use the SweetiePot’s twenty-four precision volume settings to obtain maximum sonics from your instrument and pedals.

Inside Each SweetiePot Will Be Found... 

• Highest-Purity Silver Audio Wire with patented geometry, designed and manufactured in the USA by Analysis Plus™.

• Real Gold and Silver Solder by Mundorf in Germany as used in the finest recording and playback equipment.

• Advanced instrument jacks developed and patented by Analysis Plus, called “QiJacks”. QiJacks are audiophile-quality, cost-no-object instrument connectors that are entirely sealed and have advanced metallurgy for purest signal flow. Each QiJack utilizes special internal rings that firmly grip your instrument cable plug at multiple points for increased surface contact and tone. The improved conductivity allows for a faster “rise time” (response speed) of the electronic signal, which equates to higher resolution and more dynamic sound qualities.

• Also inside each SweetiePot will be found the very special proprietary “stepped attenuator” - The SweetiePot!

This unique volume control is not the typical guitar or pedal pot that uses cheap metal wiper blades to conduct electricity. Rather, the SweetiePot very accurately adjusts volume level using Silver Contacts and over 40 hand-laid precision audio resistors that are computer trimmed and calibrated to exacting tolerances.           

The result is a volume control so clean, clear and natural sounding that it is found in audiophile playback equipment costing many thousands of dollars.

Each attenuator is specially customized and tested by TonalityTools, the maker of the SweetiePot. It is ONLY available in the SweetiePot pedal.
• Every setting, as you click through the knob, switches internal silver contacts by Vishay / Dale Electronics. The very best! 

• No power or batteries are required.

• The SweetiePot is an entirely Purist Analog Signal Path so you and your audiences hear all the presence, expression, dynamics, and musicality of your playing.


By definition, a quality volume attenuator reduces the power of an audio signal without distorting its waveform.    

The SweetiePot does just that!

Because the SweetiePot does not require power, it is quickly added to any pedals or pedalboard used for guitar, bass, keyboards or other musical instruments. 

The SweetiePot always goes last, just before your amp and after all pedals. It is your personal final Master Fader!

Turn the white knob downward as your turn up your amp and pedal controls to their best sounding sweet spots settings.

Note: The SweetiePot is not used alone as the only pedal between instrument and amplifier. It is designed to go last, after pedals of all types.

It may also be used in effects loops and can be placed 
after guitar processors and effects units as these too have their best sounding internal sweet spot settings.

If you employ stereo processor outputs or a splitter running to two amplifiers, use the Dual Stereo SweetiePots at our other Reverb listing for the stereo version.

Important Note: 
SweetiePots are not a splitter, nor do they have any tone altering buffer circuitry or chips. They are "purist direct” and the highest audiophile-quality by design to be completely transparent in your instrument's signal chain.

When used with digital effects pedals and processors, the SweetiePot enables you to better set their internal digital gains and adjustments. Digital devices also have their best internal sweet spot settings! With the SweetiePot, these can be dialed louder which can help maximize bit depth potential and thereby improve the fidelity of your digital device. The volume of your processing unit is internally kept higher so more bits are available to be assigned per individual sampling rate sample - this is basic digital 101 and vital to maximizing resolution and clarity in digital audio!


The entire design goal of the SweetiePot is to give you the finest quality Final Master Fader that is completely devoid of any distortion and signal degradation.  

The SweetiePot does one thing in the very best way possible…It allows you to control the final volume of your pedals and amp so together they can be used in more ways and applications without being too loud.

You will have new levels of control over all your pedals, amp and muscial devices. 

There is no perfect volume solution for a loud amp. But the SweetiePot does it better and in a way that sounds better than other possible ways.

Send us a note via Reverb if you have any questions about your intended application with the SweetiePot. We love to chat and help!


When you purchase a SweetiePot, it is made to order here in Arizona. Each is individually hand-assembled and rigorously tested by experienced technician musicians who truly care about your music and appreciate the best quality gear and tone.

Order your Mono SweetiePot here, direct from, with free shipping within the USA.

And see our separate Reverb listing for the Dual Stereo SweetiePots version!

There is always a 7 day no-questions-asked return policy. You pay only shipping to try a SweetiePot for yourself. 

Simply contact us first, and if you have any questions, we will help you use your SweetiePot to its full potential.

Find your sonic sweet spots with the SweetiePot™ - The Studio-Grade Master Volume Control for your pedals and amp!

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