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This PL400 Quick Release Double X-Brace Keyboard Stand from ProLine can support medium to full-sized keyboards. Sturdy and easily adjustable, it also works well with DJ equipment and music mixers. Fea... Read More

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Overview

This PL400 Quick Release Double X-Brace Keyboard Stand from ProLine can support medium to full-sized keyboards. Sturdy and easily adjustable, it also works well with DJ equipment and music mixers. Features locking height and width adjustments, quick-release levers and fully-welded contact points. You get maximum flexibility and support in any rehearsal or performance setting. Supports up to 200 lb.

Features
  • Double x-brace design
  • Locking height and width
  • Quick release lever
  • Fully-welded contact points
Specifications
  • Height adjusts from 27" - 37"
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3.2

(based on 17 reviews)

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Solid Stand

I use this stand for a M-Audio Keystation 88es in my home studio �ۡ����̴�_it provides ample area for support of any full-size keyboard,...Read complete review

I use this stand for a M-Audio Keystation 88es in my home studio �ۡ����̴�_it provides ample area for support of any full-size keyboard, and would certainly hold something many times heavier than my 88es. The double brace approach seems to add a lot of stability to this stand, and I'm extremely pleased with it. After seeing the reviews by gigging/touring musicians, I'm more than a bit wary of issues with the stand collapsing... Those thinking of traveling with this stand might do well to throw a dab of loctite on each supporting bolt, to help ensure nothing loosens up and causes a catastrophic issue. That possibility aside, this is a great stand.

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Tony

BE VERY CAREFUL OF THIS PRODUCT !!! I play professionally, 3 to 4 nights a week...the bolts loosen up at the cross bracing, whigh makes the lock pin ineffective...on...Read complete review

BE VERY CAREFUL OF THIS PRODUCT !!! I play professionally, 3 to 4 nights a week...the bolts loosen up at the cross bracing, whigh makes the lock pin ineffective...on a gig just last night, I placed my Yamaha s 90 es on the stand...it collasped, and the round adjusting plate went right through the bottom of my s 90....which created it's own set of problems...remember, every time you open up this stand to set it up, you are also loosening up the bolts that hold it together...I think that since this is a guitar center product, they should pay for the damages...IF YOU VALUE YOUR KEYS, DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT!!!!!

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5.0

NAR

By Rich

from Portsmouth, NH

No Assembly Required. Nice when China puts the whole thing together. Just pull out of the box, adjust, use. Rugged, does not wobble. Low setting is perfect for sitting on a piano bench.

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1.0

Keyboard Stand Collapse

By Steve

from Dallas

We purchased the Proline PL400 keyboard stand as it appeared to provide a sturdy design to hold our new Kawai MP6. After 4 months the keyboard stand suddenly collapsed, damaging the keyboard. It appears that the retaining pins and pin receiver are poorly designed and subject to complete failure without warning. This is a documented issue on GC website, but GC continues to sell these faulty stands, jeopardizing your keyboard and equipment. WARNING - DO NOT PURCHASE THIS STAND!

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1.0

Collapsed Stand

By David Dalton

from Arlington, VA

I purchased this stand along with the Casio Privia PX 150 as a Christmas gift. The piano has been on the stand since approximately December 25, 2013 (it is currently March 20, 2014). About three weeks ago, the stand collapsed under the weight of the keyboard. Thankfully, the board was unharmed. This was sold to me as the "heavy-duty" stand, and while I understand it would not have stood up to touring, the stand had moved once within the home. To top that off, when the recipient of the gift attempted to return the item, s/he was told that the store could not process the return as it was outside of the 30 day return policy. So much for your slogan that was branded across the front door, "[the customer's] satisfaction is our top priority." Do yourself a favor and buy something online from somewhere other than here or Musician's Friend.

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4.0

ProLine 400 Stand with a Yamaha p-155

By rich jaeger

from Middletown ,De.

Just brought the Stand and Piano. Very sturdy Stand for use with Yamaha 155 piano. Consider it reasonable priced. A bit too high for me with this Piano, when stand is set at the lowest setting. So I checked on the net for the height standard for a Grand Piano. Seems the standard is 28.5 -28.3/4 to the top of the white keys depending on the manufacture and type piano (Grand or upright). This Stand set at the lowest setting with the 155 measures 30.5 inches. To the top of white key (2 inches higher) my arms are not at a right angle to the Keys, with my adjustable (Proline 1250) piano seat.So I recommend you checking the seating set-up with this stand and the Piano you will use in the store first.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Supports a lot of weight

By M L

from Dallas Texas

I am not using this for a keyboard stand, I'm using it for a mixer stand. To be exact, a Yamaha MG32 which is heavy. Probably heavier than a 88 key keyboard. I have NEVER in 5 years had a problem with this stand. It must be you people not locking it right because this thing is a tank. I'm about to buy start using this stand in a live situation for keyboards instead of the mixer. I'm actually planning on buying the "2nd tier" option so I can add a 2nd keyboard on top. It will have a Roland JW-50 on the bottom and a Roland DJ-70 on the top.

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(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Very sturdy

By Deena Hogue

from Fruita CO

This stand is very sturdy and not shaky as I play. It is very easy to adjust the height also. Adjusts is just seconds.

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4.0

Rock solid

By Gerald Gooderum

from Indy

I bought this stand after buying an 88 note weighted keyboard. My other stand was to wimpy. I am pleased with the stability and quick release set up. The only problem I have had after a year of playing gigs every weekend is the bolts fall out every now and then.

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5.0

Very Sturdy with a Wide Base

By Lyle Diefenthaler

from Perrysburg, OH

The title says it all. This stand will not tip over. Of course, as with any portable stand, the keyboard just sits on top and could be knocked off with a big enough hit.

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(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

PL400 Failure

By Chris Matthews

from Canyon, Tx

I have a two year old PL400 that just collapsed with my S90ES on it. The setup has never been moved out of my living room. The half round lock mechanism plate punched a slot through the particle board bottom of the S90ES when it collapsed, and now several of the keys above the damage are stuck partially down. Please don't buy this stand, even if you never gig with it....

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(7 of 7 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Solid Stand

By nopixels

from SLC, UT

I use this stand for a M-Audio Keystation 88es in my home studio �ۡ����̴�_it provides ample area for support of any full-size keyboard, and would certainly hold something many times heavier than my 88es. The double brace approach seems to add a lot of stability to this stand, and I'm extremely pleased with it. After seeing the reviews by gigging/touring musicians, I'm more than a bit wary of issues with the stand collapsing... Those thinking of traveling with this stand might do well to throw a dab of loctite on each supporting bolt, to help ensure nothing loosens up and causes a catastrophic issue. That possibility aside, this is a great stand.

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