Pro-Line 2...how's it play?

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  1. aangstman01

    aangstman01 Rookie

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    planning on hybriding with syn gut, how does the string play? Soft, crisp, durable, powerful, etc?
     
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  2. man-walking

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    Crisp, elastic, not great at tension retention...
    Main points are good power (mid/high) and average (to high) control.
    It seems a new version of the known Poly Polar, in fact it remembers me a 1st gen poly.

    There are better co-polys.
     
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  3. Racer41c

    Racer41c Semi-Pro

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    There are a million Proline 2 threads. Hit the Search link and type in Proline and you'll get all the info you want.
     
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  4. DownTheLine

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    I didn't really like it. But I was also comparing it to some freshly strung Lux. ALU Power..
     
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  5. dirtballer

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    I don't think you really need to hybrid PLII. Try it in a full string bed.
     
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  6. dadozen

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    Played with PLII 1.15 for almost a year. Really liked it, nice blend of power and control, not very durable( but durable enough for me, since I play only at the weekends ), and very comfortable for a poly.

    But just changed to WeissCannon Scorpion, that is as good as PLII and holds tension better.
     
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  7. jrod

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    Not my cup of tea but it played quite soft for a poly...decent feel, but I thought it lacked in terms of depth (i.e. response to big cuts wasn't quite up to par with Lux or WCSS). I had tried it as a cross string in a gut hybrid.
     
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