Point a lost soul in the right direction

Discussion in 'Strings' started by protege, Sep 17, 2008.

  1. protege

    protege New User

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    I was thinking about a post by Breakpoint where he says:
    I agree. However, I also noticed that pros of the '90s used natural gut but strung them upwards of 65 lbs.

    The rule of thumb is string tighter for control and string looser for power.



    Hmmm.... I have the low-powered racket - the K90. But I'm using a low-powered string (Babolat Superfine Play 17g) strung at 58lbs.

    Then I thought about the fact that Ergo, I need natural gut! But since I can't afford it, what alternatives do I have?
     
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    protege New User

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    Basically, I think I need the softest playing multi that I can string at 60lbs and up.
     
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    protege New User

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    I clicked the "Post New Topic" button a little to quickly there so I have this unfinished sentence:
    Here's the complete one:

    Then I thought about the fact that since I already have the low-powered racket, I need the high-power string that can be strung tight for increased control.
     
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