Yep, was gonna say GC has the mounting plates too. I really like the idea of this. I would like it if they made a sub plate that you could fix to your current pedalboard, and use their mounting plates with your pedals.
It’s a technique that is used in manufacturing, and becoming more and more commonplace as factories look 5o automate machining and other types of manufactured goods.
To clarify. The top surface of their pedalboard is unique to their mounting plates, you can’t really purchase their mounting plates to use with your current pedalboard. Well, with a drill press, and a dreamer grinding tool you probably could, but that’s work.
So, to keep costs. Down, and so people don’t have to get rid of the expensive pedalboard they already purchased, they could sell a single sheet of metal, in common pedalboard sizes, with their trademark hole / slot pattern, and a conversion / mounting kit to attach it to your current board, even just Velcro it onto the already Velcro covered surface, then you could buy the mounting plates and get rid of the Velcro on the bottom of the pedals.
I know it may take more then just that, and it might not be feasible in the simple way I suggest, but if I had their pedalboard, and 5-8 other standard pedal boards of common shapes and designs, I could come up with a way to make it work.
O only suggest this because the mounting plates are really cheap, and if I could buy a sheet to mount to my pedalboard for $20-$50 ( depending on size) I would be all over that non Velcro design. And people with expensive pedalboards would prob buy that, rather then upgrade from something they invested a bit of time and money.
Idk, maybe not. I just wish I could get one cheap and not use Velcro, it’s already pissing me off, and I got the board 2 days ago. Lol
Maybe that’s the reason for this rant.