hybrid with big ace

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  1. ctennisam94

    ctennisam94 New User

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    hi
    i currently have
    • pro supex titan
    • pro supex ft ruff
    • PSGD
    • Gosen OG Micro
    have any of you used these strings in a hybrid?
    if so did you feel any difference between the full poly of big ace?
    thnks
     
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  2. ARNICOLINI

    ARNICOLINI New User

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    I have used it with the OG Sheep Micro.

    I liked it - I am still experimenting trying to find that perfect setup. However I like big ace and bought more of it to experiment some more with it.

    I think big ace is a softer poly if you like softer polys. and then hybriding it up makes it even softer. I like the mix that a hybrid can give you - it has the stiffness to give you a crisp slice shot and the softness to let me come over my backhand with more feel than a full poly job.

    Big Ace Micro is also good in a hybrid as well IMHO.
     
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  3. Applesauceman

    Applesauceman Semi-Pro

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    Several of my customers switched from Prince Tournament Poly/PSGD to Big Ace/PSGD and are very pleased.
     
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  4. gastro54

    gastro54 Rookie

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    I've used all 4 in a hybrid w/ BA and so far the edge goes to FT Ruff for durability, control

    Its a large difference from full poly. The stringbed feels much softer/lively
     
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  5. 5263

    5263 G.O.A.T.

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    I have been enjoying BA 1.22 and Big ace micro as well for full jobs.
    I don't find it harsh at all, but has very good feel.

    I have been thinking of a hybrid of BAM and CF to actually firm it up a bit more.
     
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  6. wao

    wao Professional

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    I have to agree BA and PSGD played well. I have also used BA and Titan, it also played well. Titan is a little softer of a syn gut than PSGD.
    Wayne
     
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  7. mikeler

    mikeler G.O.A.T.

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    I'm currently using Big Ace 16/PSGD 16 in the mains and crosses respectively. I have both at 60 pounds. I'm really enjoying the way it plays.
     
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  8. Luminous

    Luminous Rookie

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    +1 for BA and PSGD :)
     
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  9. ctennisam94

    ctennisam94 New User

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    Thanks guys
    How much do u raise the tension for the crosses for these strings?
     
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