LM Prestige - geesh !

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  1. bluegrasser

    bluegrasser Hall of Fame

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    For some reason I pulled my Lm Prestige out instead of my O3 red and proceded to play the best tennis in over a year and even had a bagel in my second match. I thought I was getting too old for the Prestige,and the last time I used it i didn't fare too well. I just don't get how the Prestige feels like a low margin for error stick one week and the next, like an extention of my arm.
     
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  2. louis netman

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    It's a common disorder for 40+ tennis players who read these boards... ;-)
     
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  3. bee

    bee Semi-Pro

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    You have the mid I believe. String it with natural gut at 56#, apply Babolat string savers...and your problems are over. Klip brand gut is not that expensive, they have it at TW and it seems good. You are worthy of that.
     
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  4. bluegrasser

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    Louis: yea, tell me about it - :0
     
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  5. bluegrasser

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    I have the mp strung at 56 lbs with Gosen 17 micro, and yesterday it felt like heaven..
     
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  6. Craig Carter

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    You know, the LM Prestige is Mr. Comfort when I hit with it. The dense string pattern, nice flex, and stable swingweight make this one the real deal. I could easily be using the LM Prestige MP or Vantage frames that I demoed rather than the Volkl Gen II that I currently hit with. All are similar to me with regard to comfort/feel. Every time I pick up the Prestige it gives me consistent results and is good on the arm. I agree with your assessment and quandry :confused:
     
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