Kirschbaum make the best strings!

Discussion in 'Strings' started by jdawg02, Oct 24, 2006.

  1. jdawg02

    jdawg02 Rookie

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    Hey everyone out there... and all the chronic string breakers... listen up... try Kirschbaum strings. They are some sweet strings. I play with the Super Smash Spiky 16. But there are many others that play good too. I've played with Big Banger, Wilson Polylast, and Prince Polygut. Those strings are good. But these Kirschbaum strings are something unique. They might not be as durable as the others but the overall playability is phenominal. I mean, lets face it, most people that play with polys wanna pop them out when they get dead. These strings don't die and they pop when they should. So give these German strings a test drive and you'll see great results!

    Peace
     
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  2. kchau

    kchau Semi-Pro

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    supersmash is a very VERY stiff string, i would not reccomend putting it as a full bed, unless you REALLY need to. It will definitely hurt your arm.

    i use spiky 18 in a hybrid though, and it is very nice.
     
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  3. Midlife crisis

    Midlife crisis Hall of Fame

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    The P2 is a very nice string!
     
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  4. andyroddick's mojo

    andyroddick's mojo Professional

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    well you haven't tried other high quality polys have you? like pro hurricane tour, tecnifibre pro red code, signum pro poly plasma, and topspin cyber flash. Sure kirschbaum may make good strings but these polys are great.
     
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  5. Court_Jester

    Court_Jester Hall of Fame

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    With the exception of Pro Hurricane Tour, I have tried all the polys that you mentioned and Kirschbaum P2 is by far my favorite.
     
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