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Pedal Pad MPS-XL-Lite Pedal Board
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Pedal Pad is known for making some of the most roadworthy, feature-friendly pedal boards in the business, but if you're a weekend warrior without roa...Click To Read More About This Product
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Pedal Pad is known for making some of the most roadworthy, feature-friendly pedal boards in the business, but if you're a weekend warrior without roadies, the weight of that super-tough construction may be a little tough on you! The Pedal Pad MPS-XL-Lite Pedal Board is only half the weight of it's hard-shelled brother. It still boasts an integrated Power Pad II: Pedal Pad's signature power supply, plus an adjustable two-tier design with quick-release aluminum pedal panels. It also features 14 pedal spaces, a rugged padded gig bag, a lower profile for a more open stage, power cables, and a cool LED lighted logo facing the crowd. Reinforced corners and a tough textured finish assure you that even though it's lighter, the MPS-XL-Lite Pedal Board is still ready for the road!
- Expanded size with 14 spaces
- Padded gig bag
- Lower profile
- Roadworthy textured finish
- Lighted logo
- Patented adjustable two-tier design
- Quick-release aluminum pedal panels
- Power Pad II switching power supply
- Includes 8 DC power cables, 10' AC cable, hook & loop pedal fasteners
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The construction of this pedal board is outstanding. The only beef I have is that the built in power supply will not properly power a lot of BOSS pedals and the auxillary 3-prong input wont power my Bherenger pre-amp so I actually have 3 plugs running from my board at all times. I sent Customer Service a question about these issues but they never responded. IMO its a really good board if you don't use BOSS brand pedals.
Caveat Emptor! The problem with most pedal boards is that they use Velcro to attach the pedals to the surface, this board is no exception I have found Velcro to be unreliable at best, the connection between the hook and the loop material is often better then the adhesive between the board and the pedal, if you can get it to stick to the pedal at all. With this board there are very few good options for setting up your rig especially if it is complex. If you only use a few pedals and your satisfied with Velcro as an adhesive this pedal board may be a good option for you. If you desire a set up that is a little more versatile this is probably a bad choice. It is also not as light as advertised. By the time a got my rig setup with a wah and Volume pedals it was considerably heavier than I had hoped. Very unhappy with this board.