Hybrid advice

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Slippery, Nov 17, 2012.

  1. Slippery

    Slippery New User

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    Hey all, I have been stringing poly mains s/g crosses at about a three pound difference 48m 51c but I start to get alot of string movement after a few hours. So i went up a few pounds 51/53 but felt a tad stiff, so do you think stringing the same tension mains and crosses would help reduce string movement? Thanks
     
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  2. darklore009

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    It wouldn't make a difference. Compared to a full bed synthetics, its isn't that bad. How much does it move?
     
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  3. Slippery

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    The mains move enough that I am adjusting constantly. I am using Luxilon adrenalin and wilson stamina if that makes a difference .
     
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    The adrenaline is probably dead...That's why.
     
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  5. darklore009

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    ^^^ could be the reason too
     
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  6. Slippery

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    You guys are probably right. The reason I went to a hybrid was because I was leaving a full bed of poly in too long, which was starting to cause some arm pain. So I will try and find a poly that last a few hours longer. Thanks
     
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  7. Anton

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    Try putting poly on crosses - this lets the main snap back better.
     
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