Poly in A dense stringbed

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Final_Match_Point, Aug 30, 2007.

  1. Final_Match_Point

    Final_Match_Point Semi-Pro

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    I have an ncode nsix one 95 18x20, Recently Ive strung a hybrid Of pro hurricane and wilson synthetic which was pretty good, but lost tension and a full blue gear job which I hated.

    Now, Im going to invest in a reel because I seem to break strings more frequently now. Im wondering how a full cyberflash job or an spp job will feel in the stringbed
     
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  2. carac

    carac Rookie

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    SPP Pure 1.18 is OK in a Prestige ...
     
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  3. circusmouse

    circusmouse Rookie

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    I tried a full job of big ace on my nblade (which is 18x20) and found it uncomfortable. It felt boardy, a little harsh, and strangely like plastic. Unfortunately, I only had one set of big ace and never got to hybrid it. Now I play with cyberflash/gosen micro, which is pretty nice. I would like to find something better than gosen micro that's not double the price. I once tried cyberflash with a better synthetic and loved it, but I'm not sure I can justify double the price for it. I would not recommend using full poly.
     
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  4. f2fanatic

    f2fanatic New User

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    Tension has to be low; I string my son's LM radicals at 52M54X with either Polylon sp 17 or SPPP 1.18
     
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  5. gjoc

    gjoc Semi-Pro

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    That was the MP version?
     
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  6. shojun25

    shojun25 Professional

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    instead of cyberflash, try out cyber power (new in TW). its suppose to be softer with the same characteristics as cyberflash.

    also, string with a lower tension; your stringbed is going to feel STIFF.
     
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