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se0what
12-03-2009, 09:35 PM
im contemplating whether or not to but the Iso Speed baseline Control string reel for my mains and Gosen Og Micro for my crosses


can anyone tell me their string set up with this string (and racket)
or just an overall impression with this string and what this string suits mostly



:links

http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpage-BASECONT.html



http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Gosen_OG_Micro_17_660_String_Reel/descpageACGOSEN-GSR17.html


thanks in advanced


-Jason

Smooothone23
12-04-2009, 05:32 PM
I bought into the original hype on this string and bought a reel. If you string yourself you will be fine. Tension loss is more that desirable, feel is typical poly, power is medium.

If you want a couple sets just email me and let me know. I will send you some. smooothone23 @ yahoo

Thanks

cesarmo03
12-04-2009, 06:56 PM
i have a head LM radical mid+ well the strings u mention in the mains and prince synthetic on the crosses; i dont know i feel the racquet really stiff, i have it strung at 58lbs but next time will try with lower tension.

On Tilt EX
12-04-2009, 09:11 PM
Have used several reels of the string in various gauges. Found the thinnest one very nice, but was only lasting about a day, so that didnt work for to long. Moved to the next thickest, the 17 I believe, and really liked it. Problem is that it is rarely in stock, so I moved to the 16. Plays nice, pretty durable, get about a week or so out of it when I am playing. Have played with it in the Redondo, I.Radical, and now have it paired with gaucho gut in the crosses in my Pure Storms.

Overall, its a little softer than the other "cheap" reels out there. Certainly a nice bang for the buck. Hope that helps.