hybrid on a new POG

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  1. IT WAS IN!!!

    IT WAS IN!!! Semi-Pro

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    im thinking about Luxilon Ace 18 M and SPPP 1.18 C
    considering other options what is a good way to go?
     
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  2. Stan

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    Why??? That hybrid makes no sense to me. Both are fairly similar playing strings, but the Signum Pro holds tension better and costs less. Go with a full SPPP and forget the hybrid. It just doesn't make any logical sense.
     
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  3. IT WAS IN!!!

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    not really sppp is a feel synthetic and Ace 18 is a spin string
     
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  4. StunLock

    StunLock Semi-Pro

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    why would you be so mad if it was in?? lol
     
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  5. Stan

    Stan Professional

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    Huh??? Have you played with either? I think you are mistaken.
     
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  6. Bolt

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    Ummm, no. Not even close.
     
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  7. IT WAS IN!!!

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    ive played with both and i use sppp as a substitute for gut
     
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  8. IT WAS IN!!!

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    haha cause the call was out :wink:
     
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  9. Final_Match_Point

    Final_Match_Point Semi-Pro

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    Poly Plasma offers exceptional control and is very spin friendly. This one is a great choice for aggressive players seeking a durable string that offers enough control to allow for high swing speeds. Its co-polyester construction makes it more comfortable and better at holding tension compared to traditional polyester offerings. We found this one to be noticeably softer than many co-polyester strings.

    * Gauge: 17L / 1.18mm
    * Length: 40 feet / 12.2m
    * Construction: Co-polyester monofilament.
    * Color: Pearl-orange


    A rose by any other name...
     
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