Discussion in 'Strings' started by BirdDog, Oct 5, 2012.
Just looking for some opinions.
No one knows
Though many think they do.
Seriously, there are a lot of good ones out there and they do different things , for varying amounts of time and at varying price points.
The strings that have the highest initial performance also tend to have the shortest usable lifespan and the highest price..
I am really enjoying 4g 16 in a hybrid with N.vy currently. I have an open pattern and relatively spin happy stick and have struggled to find 16 gauge strings that have the feel I like for a mixture of singles and doubles.
Give Lux 4g a shot but in a hybrid of some sort. For me I like them as mains with N.vy 16 as a cross.
A lot of folks play them as a cross with natty gut mains.
Good all around string, nothing particularly spectacular except they do last longer for me than the superstars and they offer me superior feel in my racquet.
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