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ProLine PLMS7 7-Guitar Folding Stand Black

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The Proline PLMS7 7-Guitar Folding Stand is simple, and rock-solid stable. The stand folds for easy transport. Proline PLMS7 stand holds up to 7 electric guitars safely at home, in the studio or on st... Read More

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The Proline PLMS7 7-Guitar Folding Stand is simple, and rock-solid stable. The stand folds for easy transport. Proline PLMS7 stand holds up to 7 electric guitars safely at home, in the studio or on stage.

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  • Capacity: 7 electric guitars
  • Dimensions: 34-1/2" W x 30" H x 17" D
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3.9

(based on 19 reviews)

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Nice stand

Great stand for the money, well padded and stable. Manufacturing tolerances a little loose, make sure not to tighten everything up until all the components are together. The stand fits...Read complete review

Great stand for the money, well padded and stable. Manufacturing tolerances a little loose, make sure not to tighten everything up until all the components are together. The stand fits "up to 7 guitars" depending on type and size.

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Pathetic Manufacturing Tolerances/Quality Control

I got this Proline 7 guitar stand today, I was extremely excited to get it home and set it up. I have a relatively small music room that has single guitar stands scattered around...Read complete review

I got this Proline 7 guitar stand today, I was extremely excited to get it home and set it up. I have a relatively small music room that has single guitar stands scattered around my amplifiers. I need more floor space, and this product seemed like the perfect solution.... But it is not... From the moment I opened the box, I could see the complete lack of quality control and manufacturing tolerances. Every tab on every rail needed to be straightened and realigned, the holes didn't line up, and the welds looked more like painted bubblegum than metal. Almost every single weld was either cold fused, pitted and porous, or all together incomplete. One of the tabs was even welded about 1/4inch lower than it should've been, so not only does it not line up, if you are lucky enough to wedge it into position, the stand will sit so far out of square that you will need half inch shims to keep it from wobbling. Trying to get it to fold was a joke in itself. After all, with so many parts out of alignment, it would take a miracle to get this thing to fold straight without breaking. I was slightly apprehensive in getting this stand in the first place, knowing that it would not effectively hold my B.C. Rich guitars and I would still have to have at least a few of my other guitars all sitting on single stands. I thought this was a pretty decent deal at $80 but after seeing the worthless quality of workmanship, I can't believe that this product could cost more than $20. So I am definitely returning this piece of garbage, and I will do some more research on different stands, or build my own if it comes down to it.

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4.0

Pretty Cool Stand

By Joe Vasquez

from Lansing, Michigan

I really like this stand. It space efficient and sturdy. Assembly took me about 15 mins and I think all my guitars look great in the stand. My only issue is sometimes my basses will kind of tip into one another and bump into each other. it's kind of annoying but a quick adjustment will solve the problem in no time. All in all its a great stand and gets the job done very well.

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4.0

Great Value... A Bit Quirky

By Angelo Schauermann

from Warrenton, OR

This is a great stand. Our church has about 6 guitars on stage each week and idividual stands takes A LOT of stage space. So I got this, and within ten minutes had it assembled and guitars on it. We have four acoustics which take up more space, so we get about four to five on it if we space it out right. Like I said in the title, it is a bit quirky in how the guitar sits on the stand, but with some use you'll figure out how to set them so there isn't any extra stress on the neck and it's securely on the stand. The assembly was a bit off, but nothing to stop me from buying another one. If you want to eliminate stage/studio clutter get one and you won't be sorry. The value is pretty legit for what it's meant to do.

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2.0

They changed materail spec from older models.

By Charles Guerriero

from Gurnee IL

Purchased one a few years ago and it was great. Very sturdy. Looks they they redesigned to take cost out because the new one I purchased is awful. Flimsy and bolts stripping as I tighten. It holds guitars and looks nice but not very solid.

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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

well....

By Philippe Ruiz

from hesperia

This stand does not feel really strong, the bolts are self threading in the pipe and get stripped very easily. I will use it anyway, but look for something better for the futur. There are a couple of parts welded and they are not square on the frame , overall a poor quality product that i won't recomend to a friend.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Good but not great

By Jon L Jacobi

from San Francisco, CA

Okay, it does what I need it to do--sit near the wall and hold six guitars. I wouldn't put 7 in it because, even with six facing the same way, the top has a tendency to flex to the side. I wound up with three facing each direction to counteract this tendency and in this arrangement you need the middle space to keep the two center guitars from touching. At least at the angle I place them in. Even with the middle space open, you need to be very careful placing and removing the guitars. There's not a lot of space between instruments, especially if you have whammy bars. I'd also like have the instruments sitting at a bit less of an angle, but it's probably more stable this way. The construction is okay, but not as beefy as I'd like. It's easy to assemble and both the required hex wrench and regular wrench are included. I'm not sure why folding is a big deal, though I guess if I were transporting it all the time, I'd appreciate it. For the amount of machining and materials, the unit is considerably overpriced. I'd be much happier if I'd paid $50 instead of $85. Still, I needed it, I bought it and it suffices so what can you do? This unit works well enough, but it's nothing to write home about.

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5.0

Good For The Price

By Bobby B

from Dallas, TX

There are more expensive options out there that provide more room for guitars or may have been manufactured better, but if you are looking for sturdy and inexpensive storage for your guitars, this is a good option. Assembly wasn't a problem, but I am accustomed to putting things together. Don't tighten it all up until you have it all assembled and you should not have trouble. I have 5 bass guitars, a 6 string, and a 6 string acoustic in mine, and have no trouble putting them away and getting out a different one without banging them against each other, but in a stage setting where you are in a hurry it would not work out very well. It's good for a home studio where you are using some reasonable care. It's not difficult to get them in and out safely, but you have to pay attention, it's not a grab and run situation. If you want something better, be prepared to pay more. This works great for me. I've had it for over a year and will probably buy another soon

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(10 of 12 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Pathetic Manufacturing Tolerances/Quality Control

By Steve

from Chicago, Illinois

I got this Proline 7 guitar stand today, I was extremely excited to get it home and set it up. I have a relatively small music room that has single guitar stands scattered around my amplifiers. I need more floor space, and this product seemed like the perfect solution.... But it is not... From the moment I opened the box, I could see the complete lack of quality control and manufacturing tolerances. Every tab on every rail needed to be straightened and realigned, the holes didn't line up, and the welds looked more like painted bubblegum than metal. Almost every single weld was either cold fused, pitted and porous, or all together incomplete. One of the tabs was even welded about 1/4inch lower than it should've been, so not only does it not line up, if you are lucky enough to wedge it into position, the stand will sit so far out of square that you will need half inch shims to keep it from wobbling. Trying to get it to fold was a joke in itself. After all, with so many parts out of alignment, it would take a miracle to get this thing to fold straight without breaking. I was slightly apprehensive in getting this stand in the first place, knowing that it would not effectively hold my B.C. Rich guitars and I would still have to have at least a few of my other guitars all sitting on single stands. I thought this was a pretty decent deal at $80 but after seeing the worthless quality of workmanship, I can't believe that this product could cost more than $20. So I am definitely returning this piece of garbage, and I will do some more research on different stands, or build my own if it comes down to it.

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(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

ProLine PLMS7

By Rich W

from North Jersey

The stand certainly works and does a good job . However the fit and finish is a little sketchy . Had to bend some of the bars to fit and some welds were cheap. But after a little " finesse" things aligned and it went smoothly . Overall I am happy with it .

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(2 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

does what its told

By Ryan

from Seattle

i finally got this after 2 years of saying how i needed one. i read a bunch of reviews about how its not too sturdy, but mine went together very well. my only thought is how there was rust powder over a few of the part but what ever brushed right off. sweet stand tho. no more guitars just laying all over the place.haha

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(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Perfect Stand!!

By Casey

from Sunrise, Fl./Cullowhee, NC.

The people who are saying that their stands aren't going together because of misaligned holes are mistaken. I just put my second one together with ZERO problems. Start with every bolt loose, then tighten starting from the top. This stand gets 5 stars because it does its job perfectly with absolutely no problems. Buy with confidence...

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