Best Multi for full bed?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by y12.pats, Jul 15, 2011.

  1. y12.pats

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    I'm looking for the best multi for a full bed. I want a hybrid but I have bicep tendonitis from being stupid and using a full stiff poly for 7 months strung at 60 lbs. So im gunna use a multi for a month or so and then work my arm back up to a hybrid. I use APDGT and was looking for lots of spin potential and good amount of power.
    thanks!
     
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  2. mikeler

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    Head RIP Control.
     
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    I like NXT as well, but I'm going to side with Mikeler on this one. RIP Control is firm, not stiff, provides good spin, and is durable for a multi. It's as close as a multi can get to being a poly, and it's less than $7...
     
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  5. UWBTennis

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    I think that Excel is the best.
     
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    Anything Gamma.
     
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  7. mikeler

    mikeler G.O.A.T.

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    It is the easiest transition from a poly to a multi.


    I agree but Xcel Premium is low to medium power. Maybe Xcel Power which I have never used would be good for the OP.
     
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  8. CANTGETENOUGHTENNIS!

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    i like x one biphase strung low because then the string doesnt cut into each other. really really crisp feeling and good spin generation.
     
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  9. wickedfps

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    Grew up playing with NXT 17 and I like it alot other than its durability. Mini reels are a pretty crazy deal. If I'm not trying out polys ill definitely be in it.
     
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  10. fortun8son

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    Get the Dunlop Comfort Synthetic while you can! The 17g Rocks!
    You'll never find a better multi @ $7 ,or even twice the price!
     
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  11. Larrysümmers

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    Mantis Comfort Synthetic Gut. Also email them and tell them that you are a competitive up and coming JR player and they might give you 40% off!
     
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  12. PeterPanda

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    They'll give anybody a discount. Something tells me there really having trouble. They increased my discount from 40% to 60% and i have never bought anything form them for more than a year.Good deal when you save $60 on a $100 reel.
     
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  13. joshj2112

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    isospeed control is very soft and arm friendly. Most arm friendly on the market to me.
     
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  14. Cesare

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    i really like in this moment the Weiss cannon 6 stars supercharged, probably the multi with greater control on the market now. Great spin too, even better than the Rip Control. a must try string, Imho. Good price too.
     
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