View Full Version : NRG2 18 vs Klip Legend 18
Chris De Tone
08-30-2009, 12:00 PM
Hello all...I would appreciate your opinons on this topic. I am a long-time user (and believer) in NRG2 18g for my game. I was wondering if trying Klip Legend 18 would feel significantly different (better, worse). I am loyal with my gear. When it works, I do not change. I know what NRG2 18 does for me and I don't get any surprises. But, lately I have been toying with the idea of trying gut. Cost is a factor. I string my own KBT's. Are the strings somewhat comparable at the same tension? I use 60. Anything will help. Thanks in advance.
08-30-2009, 12:09 PM
Gut and multi's have a totally different feel. Nothing compares to gut. Klip is much better IMO but whether it's worth the extra cost is up to you. One of the main factors to consider is how often you break strings. If you don't consider yourself a string breaker gut is definitely the better value. The best thing would be to try it once, see if you like it, and then decide from there.
08-30-2009, 12:34 PM
For a natural gut, typically a more fragile product, to be out in an 18 gauge should mean what to you? Stay with NRG2.
Chris De Tone
08-30-2009, 02:13 PM
Just checked back...thank you both.
08-30-2009, 06:53 PM
I am currently using Klip Legend 18 and I simply love it. It feels way better than a VS 17/Gosen Sheep 17 hybrid.
I used to have full bed of Klip Legend 17 at 60 lb but I think the 18G would play better at 62 lb instead.
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