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ProLine PL403 3 Tier Double X-Braced Keyboard Stand
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Can take just about any keyboard you need to put on it.

The ProLine 3 Tier Double X-Braced Keyboard Stand gives you the option of setting each level to a separate width. It can accommodate DJ equipment and mixers as well as keyboards. Features locking height and width adjustments, quick-release levers and fully-welded contact points. You get maximum flexibility and support in any rehearsal, performance or skratch setting.

ProLine PL403 3 Tier Double X-Braced Keyboard Stand Features:

  • Double x-brace design.
    3 separately adjustable tiers.
    Locking height and width.
    Quick release lever.
    Fully-welded contact points.
    Supports medium to full-size keyboards.

ProLine PL403 3 Tier Double X-Braced Keyboard Stand Specifications:

  • Tier 1 adjusts from 31" - 36"
    Tier 2 adjusts from 45" - 52"
    Tier 3 adjusts from 59" - 66"

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  • Stable, but sloppy

    As reviewed by Mark on 1/8/2015

    I just replaced a single X-Braced stand with this one for a MOTIF XF8. The single X was WAY too wobbly, so after reading many reviews, and checking prices, this stand looked like it would work well. Sure enough, it is plenty stable, preventing the single X continuous wobble while playing, GREAT! Now, the XF feels solid while playing - for a 60+ pound keyboard, this really makes the stand worth the price (price was not too high - wait until you get the discount coupon from guitar center or your fave retailer . . . or find one at a low price on Craig's!). Here's the rub . . . Don't expect the three tiers to ever hold additional keys flat. Like a chair with a short leg - additional keys will need some crumpled paper or other means to keep them from jerking during play. Why ProLine didn't use an aligning jig when welding this together is beyond my understanding. I'm guessing that these are hand made somewhere (China? I didn't research this!) for bottom dollar. The teeth are NOT aligned well, and by the time you set up the third tier - forget it! Find some way to shim the keys on the additional tiers. At the $110 price point, does any manufacturer use an aligning fixture??? If you are a welder by trade, here is your million dollar opportunity! Just remember where you heard it! :D

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  • until i got home..

    As reviewed by kingchong on 5/10/2007

    well, when i went to guitar center in my area, i was happy to see this keyboard stand was in stock.. disassembled it and took it home(a 35 min drive)only to realize that the top tier had one brace from the middle and one from the top. the middle braces are longer therefore the keyboard on top is slanted and looks retarded.. then after setting it up, i cant get teh middle braces at an even height so the middle keyboard is at an i have to drive another hour or so to return it.. not satisfied

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