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Pyle-Pro PMS1 Heavy Duty Tripod Music Note Stand Review

Pyle-Pro PMS1 Heavy Duty Tripod Music Note Stand Review

 
 

Model: PMS1

ASIN: B0037GRGGU

Features:

    • Adjustable height leveling – weight: 8 lbs
    • Long-Lasting Steel Construction
    • Folds Compactly For Convenient Transport

 

 


PMS1 Reviews

“Very Sturdy, Outstanding For Heavy Binders”

What a great music stand this is. Im a part-time musician, and I have a fairly large library of tunes. I bought this thing because I was using a flimsy little collapsible stand and it couldnt hold a three binder I use to carry my sheet music. This rack is a huge improvement. Its comparatively mild, and VERY sturdy. It does everything I need it to perform, and its held up quite nicely in the two gigs and rehearsals. Its capable of holding a hefty binder without even breaking a sweat.The only drawback this stand has more than my prior songs stand is that the large flat main piece that holds your music doesnt collapse, therefore that I cant fit that piece in my microphone stand bag. Really not a big deal, but worth pointing out. I carry it separately. But thats minor, the real reason I bought this stand was supposed to hold ALL my songs, and this stand does exactly that.Couldnt be happier with the purchase. Very highly recommended.

Pyle-Pro PMS1 Heavy Duty Tripod Music Note Stand Review | PMS1 Review

 

“It Is Indeed Heavy Duty”

when the description states heavy duty – they meant it.this sucker is heavy and thick and sturdy!! We had just one of those flimsy ones you get very cheap – and they were constantly tipping over.there is no tipping over with this one.one little thing equals it was a little hard getting the toes all the way out (but im the magnitude of a tiny rabbit – so had to ask hubby)and he arranged the toes wide.oh actually one other tiny thing – the tripod feet goes all the way outward. So that the foundation occupy a bit of space. just FYI

Pyle-Pro PMS1 Heavy Duty Tripod Music Note Stand Review | PMS1 Review

 

“Well Worth The Money! ”

I had something that could withstand an eight-year old that likes to practice his oboe when balancing on a balance board, with a German Shepherd leaping around as he clinics. This audio stand fits the bill. It’s sturdy, flexible, and requires a beating yet retains on, well, umm, standing.We have a light clipped to the music note stand as well as clips to hold the audio publication open (badly, the stand gets knocked to a great deal). Though books have been knocked it off (therefore the clips) this stand has yet to topple over. Enjoy it!Oh, and it’s adjustable.

Pyle-Pro PMS1 Heavy Duty Tripod Music Note Stand Review | PMS1 Review

 

“Pyle Pro Tripod Stand”

Received this today and set it up right away. Nice sturdy stand. The 1 problem with it is the tightener/pivot for your easel component of this stand does not tighten up easily or satisfactorily. Works enough to precariously hold one publication, but it moves far too simple. If you want to write on a sheet of music sitting on the rack, be ready to stabilize it or have it move on you as you write. Rather than send it back I want to see if I could add something to the pivot portion to attempt to allow it to tighten up longer and keep the easel more stable.

Pyle-Pro PMS1 Heavy Duty Tripod Music Note Stand Review | PMS1 Review