Quickly...Alpha Revo 4000 or Gamma Progression ST II?

Discussion in 'Stringing Techniques / Stringing Machines' started by Hewitt Aussie, Dec 27, 2007.

  1. Hewitt Aussie

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    Hi, i am going to be ordering a stringing machine. Which is better. I am strongly leaning towards the revo 4000, but i would like your thoughts.
     
  2. babolat15

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    idk, ive been between those two also??????????
     
  3. Hewitt Aussie

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    i've ordered the revo. I didn't just pull the trigger in a day, i have been meaning to order this machine for months.
     
  4. theace21

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    Good choice, you will be happy for many years to come...Good luck with your first string job.
     
  5. babolat15

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    tell me how it is, im ordering one for my birthday in feb. if u want u can email me
    tennishero15@gmail.com
     
  6. quest01

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    Anyway you can post some videos on how to string a racket with this stringer because I'm thinking about buying a stringer, possibly this style but I have no clue on how to string a tennis racket.
     
  7. rasajadad

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    Congrats! I have the Revo and love it!
     
  8. bruno hau

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    I would recommend the Alpha Revo 4000. I had the Gamma Progression ST II and while it did good string jobs, it felt a little cheap with plastic trays and mostly plastic fixed clamps except for the metal coated teeth part. I had other Alpha machines and they are all metal and built like tanks.
     
  9. max

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    My gut would be the Alpha: they make sturdy products.
     
  10. thel

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    My Alpha Revo has been very sturdy and reliable over the last several years. I would recommend it to anybody.
     
  11. robkat

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    I have had my Alpha Axis Pro for over 2 years now. It's basically an Alpha Revo 4000 on a stand. I have not had any problems with it and really enjoy stringing on it. Have fun.
     
  12. dino71

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    Does anyone have the Gamma Progression ST II? I just ordered one and I should have it this weekend.
     

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