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Proline PLMS3 3-Guitar Folding Stand

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The Proline PLMS3 3-Guitar Folding Stand is simple, rock-solid stable, and it folds up for easy transport. Stand holds up to 3 of your guitars in scr...Click To Read More About This Product

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Everything you could want in a guitar stand.

The Proline PLMS3 3-Guitar Folding Stand is simple, rock-solid stable, and it folds up for easy transport. Stand holds up to 3 of your guitars in scratch-proof safety at home, in the studio, or on stage.


You're carrying around too many stands. Get this multi-guitar stand to hold all your axes.

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ProlinePLMS3 3-Guitar Folding Stand
 
3.5

(based on 11 reviews)

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  • 3 Stars

     

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of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

No Pros

Cons

  • Flimsy (3)

Best Uses

  • Home studio (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Decent Product

I own a few of these stands. I originally had a 7-slot and a 5-slot. I then got a 3-slot and now will buy a second 3-slot and sell off...Read complete review

I own a few of these stands. I originally had a 7-slot and a 5-slot. I then got a 3-slot and now will buy a second 3-slot and sell off the 7-slot. I like the versatility of two smaller stands rather than one big one. I like this style of stand as i do not like the tripod types. On stage, even if i only bring one guitar, i use the 3-slot. As far as assembly, you can tweak the frames a bit to get them to align properly before final tightening of the bolts. You can also tape a washer or two at the pivot point to adjust the angle of the stand head to make it more upright. This helps get guitars closer to the wall. The chemical smell from the foam padding goes away completely after about 6 months and then is hypo-allegenic friendly. This was a concern when i bought my first stand as sometimes these materials don't lose their smell and can cause headaches.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not the best - Not the worst

I received this as a gift about a year ago. I gig 3-4 times a week and this lasted about a month before the stand started falling apart. The foam dividers at the...Read complete review

I received this as a gift about a year ago. I gig 3-4 times a week and this lasted about a month before the stand started falling apart. The foam dividers at the top started coming off and the screws that hold the stand together started to disappear. If you are a professional musician looking for something to use on a regular basis and want something sturdy and durable, this isn't the right stand for you. This would be perfect for home use or a studio where the stand isn't being transported and moved around all the time. Bottom line: great for home or studio use, bad for musicians who gig out on a regular basis.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Decent Product

By GreenBean

from USA

Comments about Proline PLMS3 3-Guitar Folding Stand:

I own a few of these stands. I originally had a 7-slot and a 5-slot. I then got a 3-slot and now will buy a second 3-slot and sell off the 7-slot. I like the versatility of two smaller stands rather than one big one. I like this style of stand as i do not like the tripod types. On stage, even if i only bring one guitar, i use the 3-slot. As far as assembly, you can tweak the frames a bit to get them to align properly before final tightening of the bolts. You can also tape a washer or two at the pivot point to adjust the angle of the stand head to make it more upright. This helps get guitars closer to the wall. The chemical smell from the foam padding goes away completely after about 6 months and then is hypo-allegenic friendly. This was a concern when i bought my first stand as sometimes these materials don't lose their smell and can cause headaches.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

With a little upgrading...

By Ian-vSMpg

from London, Ontario

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Comments about Proline PLMS3 3-Guitar Folding Stand:

This stand has one main problem: there is nothing holding the guitars in place at the butt end. You can fix it by getting some of that insulating foam for plumbing and cutting grooves in it for 3 guitars. That'll make this stand a lot more stable. The foam at the top tends to come off as well. You'll end up glueing or taping them back on but overall, with a little maintenance, this thing will do its job

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Not the best - Not the worst

By Mike

from Toledo, OH

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Compact
  • Portable

Cons

  • Flimsy
  • Not Functional
  • Unstable

Best Uses

  • Amateur Recording
  • Home Studio

Comments about Proline PLMS3 3-Guitar Folding Stand:

I received this as a gift about a year ago. I gig 3-4 times a week and this lasted about a month before the stand started falling apart. The foam dividers at the top started coming off and the screws that hold the stand together started to disappear. If you are a professional musician looking for something to use on a regular basis and want something sturdy and durable, this isn't the right stand for you. This would be perfect for home use or a studio where the stand isn't being transported and moved around all the time. Bottom line: great for home or studio use, bad for musicians who gig out on a regular basis.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

cheap built

By emily

from kingsport tn

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Pros

    Cons

    • Flimsy

    Best Uses

    • Home Studio

    Comments about Proline PLMS3 3-Guitar Folding Stand:

    screws were defective very cheap made hard to assemble packageing was poor.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    Terrible Quality Control

    By asilentthing

    from Austin, TX

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    Pros

    • Compact

    Cons

    • Flimsy

    Best Uses

    • Home Studio

    Comments about Proline PLMS3 3-Guitar Folding Stand:

    First off, the machining on the screws that hold this thing together is just terrible. The threads aren't milled correctly and so you'll spend hours just trying to get the screws to thread correctly. I had to take a rubber mallet to all but one screw just to get them all tight enough to hold the pieces together.

    Second, nothing is machined together accurately. The tabs that hold the next support to the base aren't in the same places on each leg. Once the whole thing is put together, it wobbles a bit. I'm pretty disappointed in the quality at this price range.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    could be better

    By BEEMER

    from Cape May, NJ

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    Comments about Proline PLMS3 3-Guitar Folding Stand:

    something as simple as a guitar stand (you would think) would not be a hard thing to produce. ive used "on stage stands" as well as some "proline stands" for my band and this is the first time ive seen some shoddy craftsmanship on one of pro lines products. my stand came today and it took me maybe 15 minutes to throw it together. i had to first bend the bottom piece after assembly so all 4 feet would touch the ground. i did this just with arm strength. then i added the arms. the brackets the arms are supposed to connect to arent straight, so the arms are crooked. i tried attaching the top piece where the guitar neck goes first, thinking it would hold the arms a little more straight. instead, i can visibly see the arms are WAY off. it does the job, but the same as other posts, all 4 feet dont touch the ground, arms are crooked, and overall the padding seems thrown on and cheap. i would save my money and get something alittle nicer if i was you. im going to keep it because the amount of gigging i do has gone down a bit and so i can put up with it. if you are gigging quite a bit and need something a lil more road worthy, go elsewhere.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    What would help

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Proline PLMS3 3-Guitar Folding Stand:

    I just purchased this model and the directions could be improved. The two bottom struts have holes that are to close to the size of the screw. I had to screw in two of the screws through the clearance holes. This almost ruined the thread. Next it would be an added feature if there was some kind of a quick release strap on the neck yoke. I have ovation guitars and only have the binding edge of the guitar top to seat on the bottom rails. They will roll over onto the other guitars because of their rounded backs. That is why I suggest that a strap be placed at the yoke to hold the neck stationary. Because of the welding, when I assembled the stand only three of the feet make contact with the floor.

    (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Works fine.

    By Anonymous

    from Undisclosed

    Comments about Proline PLMS3 3-Guitar Folding Stand:

    This stand works fine. I have kept up to three acoustics two cut always and a 12 string and have had no problems. They might touch each other now and then but they seem to fit in the rack fine. I like it works for me.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    2.0

    keep on looking

    By rob457

    from NJ

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    Comments about Proline PLMS3 3-Guitar Folding Stand:

    Very cheaply made. When you start to assemble this thing, you wile notice that if it weren?t for the top headrest, the whole thing would be crooked. The foam pads smell like an ink factory. Not something I want in contact with the beautiful finish on my Gibson Les Paul Traditional. It comes in pieces that you have to put together, like that inexpensive furniture and crap that they sell at wall mart. I also just got a Pro Line music stand that lasted all of 11 seconds. The lever broke the first time it was ever closed and is not fixable (made of cheap plastic). I will be returning both purchases.

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Love it...

    By noisemaker_

    from Louisville, KY

    Comments about Proline PLMS3 3-Guitar Folding Stand:

    Just got this ProLine PLMS3 guitar stand. After setup, it is great. It is a little crooked, as all feet don't completely touch the floor. Once you get the side bars put on you can straighten them out while putting the screws in. Other than it being a little unstable, it's a great stand worth the value. I have an acoustic guitar, electric bass, and a banjo on it. Holds all of them great, and I'd buy another one.

     
    4.0

    its ok...

    By matthew-DBM0d

    from mundelein

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    Comments about Proline PLMS3 3-Guitar Folding Stand:

    i have had this stand for a few years now and you have to be careful putting your guitars down on in because the foam pads ware out after the third time you pick it up and set it down. they are better off wrapping the bars in socks. the assembly was easy but you can tell that it is crooked. but the fact that it folds up is nice but its not the greatest quality. i would not buy another one.

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