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    The ergonomic design of the PL2100 Musician's Performance Chair is ideal for playing guitar, keyboards, or working with mixing boards. It features an adjustable padded seat, backrest and footrest heights. The sturdy steel design folds up easy for convenient storage and transport.

    WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the state of California to cause birth defects and other reproductive harm.

    Features

    • Ergonomic design
    • Adjustable padded seat
    • Adjustable back/footrest heights
    • Sturdy steel construction

    Order the PL-2100 and always be comfortable when you play.

     
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    ProLinePL2100 Musician's Performance Chair
     
    2.9

    (based on 11 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (1)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (5)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (0)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (2)

    • 1 Stars

       

      (3)

    70%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Functional (6)
    • Easy to use (4)

    Cons

    • Poor quality (6)

    Best Uses

    • Practicing (8)
    • Concerts (4)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Experienced (9)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    A Good Buy

    Initially, I bought this as a practice chair - having a footrest, a comfortable seat, and no arms to get in the way. It's certainly better than the wooden stool I was...Read complete review

    Initially, I bought this as a practice chair - having a footrest, a comfortable seat, and no arms to get in the way. It's certainly better than the wooden stool I was using, and I have had none of the tipping problems that have been described by others. For the record, I am not an overly large person, but I am also not smaller than average, either. Having used this for a little better than a month now, I am confident enough in it's stability to use this when I play in church, or any other performance that would allow me to sit down. Recently, at the end of a rehearsal, a bandmate mentioned that her back was hurting. I was confident enough in the stability of this chair to recommend using it in our next rehearsal. Now I'm glad I bought it, for two reasons.

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    poor design, assembly

    I had high hopes for this chair, but now I see why the price has already dropped more since I bought it a month ago. The chair is poorly designed: it is very...Read complete review

    I had high hopes for this chair, but now I see why the price has already dropped more since I bought it a month ago. The chair is poorly designed: it is very easy to tip forward off it (ie. unbalanced); the footrests are too far back to be useful. The back support is also angled so that it doesn't really support your back. Also, the parts are poorly made so that nothing really fits snugly together....every part you have to put together ends up having a wiggle, even when tightened down, so that all these wiggles add up to an unstable chair. Presumably, the goal of this product was to give you nice, comfortable place to play guitar so you could focus on that rather than chair arms and other distractions. This product doesn't do that. Disappointing (especially for the money).

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    4.0

    some quarks, but nice

    By unary

    from Memphis, TN

    About Me Professional Musician

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    Pros

    • Functional

    Cons

    • Poor Quality

    Best Uses

    • Practicing

    Comments about ProLine PL2100 Musician's Performance Chair:

    This chair is a little front heavy/off balance. It doesn't make it unuseable, and at the price it is a wonderful bargain for in-home practicing/recording. Just be aware that leaning forward could put you face forward. The overall quality is rather poor and I would not use this on stage. But it is a great chair for having a few around in the practice room for a comfortable set without having to spend hundreds.

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    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Comfortable Seat

    By Old Bass Wizzard

    from Bellefonte, Pa.

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    Pros

    • Adjustable
    • Easy To Use
    • Functional
    • Good Quality
    • Portable

    Cons

    • None

    Best Uses

    • Concerts
    • Jams
    • Mixing
    • Practicing

    Comments about ProLine PL2100 Musician's Performance Chair:

    I have a couple of the On Stage muscians stools and needed another for my strdio. This stand was cheaper so I thought I'd give it a try. It's comparable to On Stage, the foot rest is adjustable and the seat comfortable. I read complaints about it being unstable and "tippy". I haven't noticed this.

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    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    Almost a perfect chair

    By 7string on lap

    from South El Monte,Ca

    About Me Professional Musician

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Chair Almost Ok
    • Easy To Use
    • Functional
    • Good Quality

    Cons

    • Back Rest Not Solid
    • Foot Rest Not Solid
    • I Had To Fix That

    Best Uses

    • A Consistant Position
    • Concerts
    • Practicing

    Comments about ProLine PL2100 Musician's Performance Chair:

    A Good chair after I made the footrest & backrest solid.
    A non-floppy footrest is especially necessary for classical
    guitar playing Wasn't too hard to fix..
    A perfect foot rest would be staggered with the left food setting higher if you are right-handed. Adjustable left & right would be great. Maybe I'll invent that for my chair.
    Mike

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    (3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    Too big to carry around

    By Fred Ks

    from Kansas

    About Me Experienced

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    Pros

      Cons

      • Poor Quality

      Best Uses

      • Backup

      Comments about ProLine PL2100 Musician's Performance Chair:

      I weigh 230 pounds. I dismounted sideways the first time I used it and the thin sheet metal collaped under me but spang back into shape after I got back to my feet. At a comfortable chair height, the seat extends in front of the front foot. So you will tip forward just trying to stand up. The rubber pads fall off every time it's moved. It is bigger than my amp and guitar combined, so it takes 2 trips every time I set up for a gig. It will stay at home for a reminder to not buy such things over the internet.

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      (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      A Good Buy

      By pastorbob

      from Clarksville, TN

      About Me Experienced

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Functional

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Concerts
        • Practicing

        Comments about ProLine PL2100 Musician's Performance Chair:

        Initially, I bought this as a practice chair - having a footrest, a comfortable seat, and no arms to get in the way. It's certainly better than the wooden stool I was using, and I have had none of the tipping problems that have been described by others. For the record, I am not an overly large person, but I am also not smaller than average, either. Having used this for a little better than a month now, I am confident enough in it's stability to use this when I play in church, or any other performance that would allow me to sit down. Recently, at the end of a rehearsal, a bandmate mentioned that her back was hurting. I was confident enough in the stability of this chair to recommend using it in our next rehearsal. Now I'm glad I bought it, for two reasons.

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        (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

         
        2.0

        Could easily be soooo much better!

        By DSipe

        from Altoona, PA

        About Me Experienced

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Functional

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Backup
          • Practicing

          Comments about ProLine PL2100 Musician's Performance Chair:

          With a little tweaking, this product could be great! Overall, very comfortable, adjustable, and great playing positioning. What needs fixed: I had to glue all of the rubber feet and rubber foot pegs on, as they kept falling off during transport. The seat-back mounting fastener broke during initial set-up, but Musician's Friend got me a replacement part quickly. The biggest issue is the tendency for the seat to "tip forward". If you lean forward very much, and have your feet on the foot-rest...BEWARE!!! I came very close to face planting on the floor over my guitar, mic, and music stand because my boot heels caught, and I barely got my feet down in time to stop the forward momentum! I had a friend weld a simple bracket, to prevent forward tipping, to the bottom of the front cross bar, and now I have no problems. I recommend the manufacture to do the same!

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          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Fulfills its purpose

          By nonjim

          from Allen TX

          About Me Experienced

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Functional

          Cons

          • Poor Quality

          Best Uses

          • Practicing

          Comments about ProLine PL2100 Musician's Performance Chair:

          Usable stool with footrests, all settings adjustable for seat, footrest, back support. Feels pretty flimsy but that's due to the design of the adjustable supports; it seems sturdy enough except for the seat frame spot welds, looks like they'll break soon with normal use. It may last with lots of TLC. The seat's too big! Size will accomodate a 300lb+ person but the light metal of the seatframe would be challenged.

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          (4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Didn't Have THAT Experience!

          By Scott E

          from Wisconsin

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          Pros

          • Comfortable
          • EASY TO SET UP

          Cons

          • Little Things

          Best Uses

          • Concerts
          • Practicing

          Comments about ProLine PL2100 Musician's Performance Chair:

          I was surprised by the other reviews. Hadn't seen them until after I had picked mine up. I have not had those experiences and as a matter of fact had to lean at a completely stupid angle to get it to tip. The key is you have to sit in it like it was designed, not out on the edge. If you're firmly in the seat you'll have no problem.

          There is a design issue which is that the seat itself is very square and bigger than it needs to be, but if you're in it with your back against the backrest it is comfortable and there are no tipping issues.

          The footrest is a bit too short. Another two to three inches and it would be perfect.

          I like it, glad I got it.

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          (10 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

           
          1.0

          warning!

          By Tous.

          from Upper MI

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          Pros

          • It Looked Impressive

          Cons

          • Bad Assembly Design
          • Poor Quality
          • Very Loose When Assembled

          Best Uses

          • Practicing

          Comments about ProLine PL2100 Musician's Performance Chair:

          Bad news. First off it will tip over forward at the slightest movement,like leaning into a mic. to sing. After modifying the back leg, (Shorten it) to give it more of a back angle I thought I was good to go. Then after the second use, the spot welds broke that hold the seat to a bracket and on the floor I went. How embarrasing is that? Save your money, do not buy this product. Its unsafe junk.

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          (9 of 10 customers found this review helpful)

           
          1.0

          Extremely poor design and poor quality

          By KHS_Dragon

          from California Central Coast

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          Verified Buyer

          Pros

            Cons

            • Not Functional
            • Poor Quality

            Best Uses

              Comments about ProLine PL2100 Musician's Performance Chair:

              I am extremely disappointed with this purchase. I wish there had been a review of this product available before I placed this order. The chair is very, very unstable and will fall forward without much effort. The foot rests are way too short and I am not even able to put my feet on them while seated, so they basically serve no purpose at all. The foot rest was one of the main reasons I wanted to purchase a guitar chair. I have other ProLine products and am happy with those items...so, I am very surprised that this product is of such poor design and quality. Even at this discounted price, it is huge waste of money. Unfortunately, this item is going straight to the trash heap.

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