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Pedal Pad MPS-XL Modular Pedal System with Rack   

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The Pedal Pad MPS-XL Modular Pedal System with Rack holds up to 16 effect pedals and is convertible to hold 3 rack units. The road-rugged MPS-XL feat...Read More

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The Pedal Pad MPS-XL Modular Pedal System with Rack holds up to 16 effect pedals and is convertible to hold 3 rack units. The road-rugged MPS-XL features a 2-tier stairstep design so you can accommodate larger pedals like wah and volume by adjusting the panels. This pedal board includes the Power Pad conditioned power supply with 8 regulated 9V DC outputs, 2 - 120V AC outlets, plus surge and spike protection. The Patch Pad stereo routing module lets you run 2 amp setups, external effects, or additional stereo pedals. Includes 8 - 24" DC cables, a 10' IEC AC cord, and 12 mating strips of hook-and-loop fasteners.

FEATURES
  • Extremely fast setup
  • Rugged pedal protection
  • Lightweight design
  • Numerous signal path options
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4.1

(based on 14 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Not bad, not bad...

Very versatile. Mine came with all but the rack unit. It is huge and very heavy, but the latches could be heavier and the wood around the handle flexes a bit when I...Read complete review

Very versatile. Mine came with all but the rack unit. It is huge and very heavy, but the latches could be heavier and the wood around the handle flexes a bit when I pick mine up. Can be corrected with a couple more laches on either side of the handle, I think. The electrical stuff inside is nice- no issues at all with performance. After upgrading the hardware, I think this thing is a pretty good buy. You take the time to wire it and set it up properly, and then all you have to do is plug and play. I would prefer a version with ATA case, but it works great. No humm whatsoever. That guy's got a pedal or power issue. The electrical units are rock solid. The extra long and MANY power adapter cables and 10 foor IEC power cord are nice, too. A bit more velcro material would be nice, but I managed to get everything fastened. I was going to get a pedal train, but with that the lid does not detach from the case. You have to physically remove the pedal rack from the hinged case with those-makes no sense to me, so I didn't buy one. With the pedal pad, you just pull off the lid, plug and play. Like some other people have said in reviews, it's not quite perfect, but you can make it nearly perfect. Depends on how picky you are. For the typical musican with a pile of pedals, these are the best thing going.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Be Careful

I got my board in November and have had problems right from jumstreet. My amp made a loud humming noise even with the guitar volume off. Turned out to be the Power Pad...Read complete review

I got my board in November and have had problems right from jumstreet. My amp made a loud humming noise even with the guitar volume off. Turned out to be the Power Pad module. I sent it back for a replacement and that one made my amp whistle. I am now on my third Power Pad with the same humming sound. It comes from the use of my Digitech Whammy pedal. I even have it powered by a power strip off of the side of the unit but to no avail. I can't use it at gigs because the noise is so overpowering. I bought the thing because it claims to be "whisper quiet" BUT IT'S NOWHERE NEAR THAT. The guys at Pedal Pad have tried hard to help, but they do not make the Power Pad modules themselves so i'm stuck. It's pretty much useless to me if I can't use it live.

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4.0

mps xl great design but...

By StratMan420-0eib9

from Canada

This is the greatest pedal board I have ever used. The way it is set up and everything, Clean easy to use, did have to go to home depot and grab some more Velcro, but no need to complain. The only issue is the power supply, and I am sure that the only reason I seem to be getting that same noise as the guy beneath me some ways is because through shipping or most likely customs (ba****ds) it got knocked and broken. I plugged in all my pedals with a daisy chain and one boss adapter and power bar Ac in for the weird bigger pedals and all that noise was gone. Even when that Power Pad II was just plugged into a single pedal it would have so much noise it was unusable live, so there fore I can only assume; broken. I bought it direct from the Pedal Pad guys, and they are the most helpful supportive and easy going guys I have ever dealt with. Still in talks to figure the power pad deal out, but I am sure they will again, be extremely helpful in solving that. It is heavy fully loaded but no heavier than I expected or have dealt with in the past. Sturdy, clean, 0 wires floating on top slick. Great board. Just bad luck on the power supply.

 
5.0

Not bad, not bad...

By JimmyPageRulez-ChqOB

from Syracuse

Very versatile. Mine came with all but the rack unit. It is huge and very heavy, but the latches could be heavier and the wood around the handle flexes a bit when I pick mine up. Can be corrected with a couple more laches on either side of the handle, I think. The electrical stuff inside is nice- no issues at all with performance. After upgrading the hardware, I think this thing is a pretty good buy. You take the time to wire it and set it up properly, and then all you have to do is plug and play. I would prefer a version with ATA case, but it works great. No humm whatsoever. That guy's got a pedal or power issue. The electrical units are rock solid. The extra long and MANY power adapter cables and 10 foor IEC power cord are nice, too. A bit more velcro material would be nice, but I managed to get everything fastened. I was going to get a pedal train, but with that the lid does not detach from the case. You have to physically remove the pedal rack from the hinged case with those-makes no sense to me, so I didn't buy one. With the pedal pad, you just pull off the lid, plug and play. Like some other people have said in reviews, it's not quite perfect, but you can make it nearly perfect. Depends on how picky you are. For the typical musican with a pile of pedals, these are the best thing going.

 
3.0

Be Careful

By Darin Almeida

from Pittsfield, MA

I got my board in November and have had problems right from jumstreet. My amp made a loud humming noise even with the guitar volume off. Turned out to be the Power Pad module. I sent it back for a replacement and that one made my amp whistle. I am now on my third Power Pad with the same humming sound. It comes from the use of my Digitech Whammy pedal. I even have it powered by a power strip off of the side of the unit but to no avail. I can't use it at gigs because the noise is so overpowering. I bought the thing because it claims to be "whisper quiet" BUT IT'S NOWHERE NEAR THAT. The guys at Pedal Pad have tried hard to help, but they do not make the Power Pad modules themselves so i'm stuck. It's pretty much useless to me if I can't use it live.

 
5.0

As close to a Bradshaw you can get for the price!

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

This thing is great. Mine came with the rack shelves. I even contacted the company direct before I purchased and they are really helpful. As close to a professional custom board as any average person with reasonable means can get. Also has unlimited arrangements of pedals and cables and enables easy use of two amps through the board.

 
5.0

Fantastic Pedal Board!

By Pfloyd57

from Weatherby Lake, MO

If you're looking for a high quality, professional grade pedal board, look no further than the Pedal Pad MPS-XL. This baby rules! The modular design allows all of your cables to be tucked neatly out of sight. The power pad II power supply has ample juice and 9V outlets, although I did add a power strip for a couple more AC powered effects, but it's hidden out of sight too! The patch pad has plenty of signal routing options and it's noiseless. This is the product I have always imagined in my head. Yeah it's kind of expensive, but you get what you pay for! Thank goodness for MKS and the Pedal Pad!

 
4.0

Designed with pros in mind

By Dave The Guitar Player

from Chicago

I love this board even with it's slight downsides. Although it needs to be a durable piece, it is pretty dang heavy. I think they could have made it just as sturdy but not as heavy. Also, the velcro works great for single pedals, but if you're using larger boxes (like the Line 6 Modelers) they will definitely slip/come undone when you're lugging around the box to and from gigs. With that in mind, you may want to invest in some foam to stick inside the box to prevent any pedal movement.The modular design works GREAT! The patch box is great, but I needed to modify it for my rig.I got it for my "what-a-guy" price locally. I gave a 7 for value because although it's great, the price is a wee-bit high.

 
1.0

A Big, Cumbersome, Worthless Box

By SoulmanB

from Memphis, TN

This thing is huge, yet it has limited room for pedals. It sits so high off the floor, it's like you're doing aerboics just to turn pedals on/off. Even worse, the 2-tiered stair-step design makes it easy to accidentally turn off or inadvertently turn the knobs of pedals on the bottom row with your heel. If you want a good pedalboard, go with a pedal train. I can get as many pedals on one pedal train as I could with the pedal pad mps-xl

 
5.0

The full package

By Tonecrush

from Seattle, WA

This is the best off the shelf full featured Pedal board there is. Flexible and convenient, but solid design and extremely reliable. I trust this board to last and protect my valuable pedals for many years. Just a great tool for my rig.

 
3.0

Quick easy setup

By Doug-7szvu

from Denver, CO

Power conditioner has 9v outlets on left side. Had to customize board for left hand plug-in. Seems board was designed mainly for guitarist on the right side of the stage. Other than that, very nice!

 
5.0

Good but expensive

By Acorn

from Los Angeles, CA

I can fit 2 Line 6 Modelers, Volume, Wah, and 6 or 7 odd-shaped pedals on this thing. If I used standard (Boss) sized pedals, I could fit even more. It powers all of my 9 volt pedals and has two AC outlets so I can run a power strip underneath the top tier to power the rest. It's rugged and easily customizable. My only complaint is that it's not cheap but I like it better than any other commercial pedalboard I've seen.

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