Gamma Zo Tour

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  1. EastAngels2014

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    I have heard some good things about this string, what do you people think? Hybrid? Full Bed? Gauge? Rough?
     
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  2. zapvor

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    definite not full bed.

    try verve. its awesome
     
  3. EastAngels2014

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    thats expensive, but i will give it a shot
     
  4. zapvor

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    yep! thats the reason why i dont use it. but if you were to spend the money verve is best option. ask your shop for a sample
     
  5. EastAngels2014

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    is tour just no good? and i will
     
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    One of my buddies lives by this string. He says it's the best string he's ever tried. It's good, but not the greatest imo.
     
  7. EastAngels2014

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    does your buddy do a full or a hybrid?
     
  8. EastAngels2014

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    hey zapvor have you tried the hybrid of zo verve that gamma sells... zo verve and TNT2. Its cheaper so i was wondering if there would be a big difference.
     
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    tour is not bad if you want a super stiff poly
     
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    no dont buy into that. do verve mains, and a good syn gut like gosen og sheep. its one of my favorite set ups! try it and let me know. a reel of gosen is only like $35, and TW has free shipping right now!
     
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    I often use Zo Tour Rough as a cross string with Pacific Tough Gut. It is probably my second favorite that I have tried, next to Genesis Black Magic.

    John
     
  12. EastAngels2014

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    I think i am going to try zo tour, and zo verve with gosen og sheep and see which one i like better. Thanks for all the input.
     
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    this is downward slide eastangel;) next thing you know youd be posting here every 4hrs asking if i string zo verve 1.25 at 55.5lbs vs zo verve 1.30 at 58.5lbs how much more pace can i get on my slice serve out wide on the deuce side when i am down 15-40, 5-6 3rd set with the wind going eastwest at 9.5mph and cloudy on the opponent side
     
  14. EastAngels2014

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    not sure if i will go that extreme
     
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    heh i know. dont be like those guys on here;) as you read the threads you will see what i mean
     
  16. EastAngels2014

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    i already have seen a few that a over board
     
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    oh yea. check the one about the fuzz on the stringbed causing loss of topspin. its HILARIOUS
     
  18. EastAngels2014

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    haha ok i will
     
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    so i hit today with Zo tour at 54lbs and it didnt have the touch that i am used to, i am going to give it some more time and see if breaking it in will help. Everything else was pretty good though.
     

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