Let them move.

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Ripper, Jan 13, 2006.

  1. Ripper

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    Imo, putting strings back into position makes them break faster.
     
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  2. pro_staff

    pro_staff Semi-Pro

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    for me, it's not the problem of breaking them. if you fix your strings to their normal position, you get a more predictable stringbed.
     
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  3. fbone

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    Right on both counts.
     
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  4. PBODY99

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    So if the fresh string is distorted by a topspin fore hand, not returned and the you hit nearly the same location for your next topspin forehand that put sthe string under less stress than realigning the string bed ?

    If that is so, is the benifit of string savers negated by their tendency to restrict string displacement?:confused:
     
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