Luxilon Strings

Discussion in 'Strings' started by tstar7, Jan 22, 2006.

  1. tstar7

    tstar7 New User

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    I have heard many people give these strings good reviews, especially the Big Banger ones. I was wondering if anybody uses these strings and likes them.
     
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  2. gugafanatic

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    Please use the search option in this forum. You will find a plethora of info about Luxilon.
     
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  3. BabolatFan

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    You can do a search...I absolutely like alu power 16 and rough on my apd's.
     
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  4. Gaines Hillix

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    I like ALU Power 16L and have a couple of regular customers who use it exclusively.
     
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  5. thatonedue

    thatonedue New User

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    All Luxilon strings are great, but there are many types. I suggest you try BB Original, ALU, and TiMO as these are the top three widely used and known, and then see which one matches up with your style. TiMO is a control string also with great feel. ALU is a power string and comes in a rough type which has ridges along the string to create more spin and bite on contact. Original is a a combo of both, it has pop and some feel, but not an excess of one or the other. All of these strings will last from 1-3 months depending on how much you play and how hard you hit. All have great tension maintenance and resiliency to moisture. It's also a great hybrid string. Only problems you may find are arm pain, to stiff, and depending on which one you purchase, the price is anywhere from $11-$14.
     
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  6. 154Ace

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    I use alu power 16L
     
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  7. 154Ace

    154Ace Rookie

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    tstar...where do you go to school?
     
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