Best Multi?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Bundey, Aug 22, 2007.

  1. Bundey

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    What is the best multi out there? I want something arm friendly. I've tried Xcel premium 16, is there anything better?
     
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  2. federer envies me

    federer envies me Semi-Pro

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  3. Valjean

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    Klip's Excellerator.
     
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  4. mhstennis100

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    I liked PSGM and Gamma Revelation both in 17. Not high end multis but good price/preformance ratio.
     
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  5. kirbster123

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    X-one Biphase, or NXT Tour
     
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  6. Stan

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    Fiber High Tec EXP
     
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  7. backboard34

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    Laserfibre Supreme is the best "player's" multi I've ever played. It is soft but not squishy soft like after hitting NXT or Xcel Premium or NRG for a few hours. I always hated how NXt and TF would bag out so fast. I swear I've eaten pork lo mein with more resiliency than NXT, NRG and Xcel. I found I couldn't string it tight enough or cut it out fast enough after it turned to jello after a couple days. LF Supreme like I said is soft but it has a slightly firmer, crisp "pop" to it. Holds tension like there is no tomorrow and I play it til it breaks. Never feel a need to cut it out before hand. IMO, not a string for mamby-pamby pushers and blockers who need a trampoline effect to get the ball over the net. It's SWEET if you like to rip and hit out on the ball.
     
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