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Discussion in 'Stringing Techniques / Stringing Machines' started by fed15, Sep 15, 2008.

  1. fed15

    fed15 New User

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    Hey, I'm looking to purchase a stringing machine at a reasonable price. Can you give me some suggestions?
     
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  2. iplaybetter

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    define reasonable
     
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  3. fed15

    fed15 New User

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    less than 1000 bucks
     
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  4. fed15

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    I need it to be fast, easy, and reliable
     
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  5. Mansewerz

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    You, my friend, are lucky because there are many quality machines for under $1000 dollars.

    To name a few:
    -Silent Partner Maestro
    -Alpha Axis Pro
    -Alpha Revo 4000
    -Gamma Progression ST
    -Eagnas Flex 940
    -One of the Stringway automatic dropweights.
     
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  6. Il Mostro

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    If you are not in a hurry, add the SP DG to the list when they are back in stock @ $999.00. Full feature, constant pull electronic. For slightly less, the Maestro is a great value. Revo is over-hyped. Axis Pro is a very good option.
     
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  7. fed15

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    Thanks, Ill look at them online. I don't know much about these things so do you like electric or is there a better kind?
     
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  8. RakettoKozou

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    Speed = Spring

    Consistency = Electric

    Price = Dropweight (not auto)

    I'd go with spring. Good price and fastest stringer. Alpha Revo 4k is my recomendation.
     
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  9. b0oMeR

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    I'd recommend the Alpha Revo 4000, Very good machine for its price.
     
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  10. fed15

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    Sweet, Thanks.
     
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