Best bang for buck natural gut

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Dunlopkid, Jan 1, 2007.

  1. Dunlopkid

    Dunlopkid Guest

    Which nat gut out there has the best bang for its buck? I play with a dense string-pattern racket so breakage won't be a huge issue. But still which has the best combo of price/durability etc... I'm thinking of trying a full gut job.
     
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  2. theace21

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    I have been use BDE Performance for the past couple of years, but the price has gone up at TW. Many users on this forum were happy with KLIP Legend, I was thinking about trying it... but at the time the price difference was only a couple of bucks, now it is around 5.
     
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  3. rasajadad

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    As all premium guts seem to be priced within $3-5 of each other, there's no real value guts out there. Klip Legend is on the lower side of the price scale. I've had mine in for a month playing 3X week for approximately 2 hours a session.
     
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  4. mhstennis100

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    Titan Natural Gut can be considered cheap. I think it's a little under $20 for a whole set. This won't be as good as Babolat gut or Wilson or the other premiums, but it's almost $20 cheaper than Babolat premium guts.
     
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  5. jayserinos99

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    Typically when I purchase natural gut, it's to hybrid it with syn gut crosses to save money while retaining most of the feel. If it's a full gut job, Klip and BDE seem to be the best bang for the buck natural guts since people have had some bad experiences with Titan.
     
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