For all you X-1 17 users

Discussion in 'Strings' started by dincuss, Oct 31, 2009.

  1. dincuss

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    I hvae found a great substitute, that is supposedly a lot more durable.

    ATTRACTION 16 :D

    However it is a 16 gauge, but other than that it plays identical (maybe a little softer).
     
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  2. hoodjem

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    Odd. TW does not sell it.
     
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    I know, They only sell in reels :(
     
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    Is it as crisp as X-One and what about string movement and feel ?

    Just looked at babolat.com, and it does not show on their site, so it must be a string they no longer produce :(
     
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  5. dincuss

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    Not too sure about string movement, just got it back from my stringer two nights ago, seems to be no movement. Crispness is about the same, maybe a little softer. Not sure about tension loss either.

    Yah, it seems to be out of production :(
     
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    better than Excel?
     
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    do you mean X-1 biphase ?? if so, i disagree. X-1 has much more power and feel and control even..
     
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