Other brands - like Pedaltrain, Gator and Temple - are mass-produced metal-stamped units that claim simplicity as a primary design feature. What is not simple, is removing them from their travel case or bag, plugging in numerous inputs and outputs all while dealing with a collection of dangling cables below the pedal surface.
With Pedal Pad, you simply pop-the-top, plug-in and play.
Mass-produced pedal boards also lack a lower compartment below the pedal-deck where cables and additional components, such as power supplies, can be stowed. With no lower compartment, the task of changing your pedal set-up becomes a time-consuming and arduous process of nesting and zip-tying cables. The results are not always satisfying.
Pedal Pad pedal board models, with their hinged pedal deck, lower compartment and custom power and audio connector options, offer the ultimate solution to the organization of your unique pedal board set-up.
So, when you feel like the simplicity of a mass-produced pedal board is no longer making your life simple , c'mon over to Pedal Pad and let's get serious!