Softest poly with power?

Discussion in 'Strings' started by Jack2010, Apr 3, 2010.

  1. Jack2010

    Jack2010 New User

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    Just curious, what do you think is the softest poly with good power? Thanks
     
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  2. Lex

    Lex Rookie

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    Head Sonic Pro
     
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  3. tball

    tball Semi-Pro

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    TopSping CyberBlue (but you are already using it...)
    I have not found a softer poly yet.
     
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  4. mutantducky

    mutantducky Semi-Pro

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    I think doing double poly like that is insane and totally pointless. Not a good thing for your arm.
     
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  5. THESEXPISTOL

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    Polystar Energy 1.25
     
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  6. Jack2010

    Jack2010 New User

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    it's doing great for me so far...and no arm problems yet ;) I'll probably switch my crosses to gamma synthetic gut if I get arm problems...
     
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  7. Fedfan1995

    Fedfan1995 New User

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    head sonic pro by far
     
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  8. drummerdan

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    Genesis Black Magic is your answer. It has good power with no arm issues.
     
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  9. ClubHoUno

    ClubHoUno Banned

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    Signum Pro Hyperion 1.18 - very soft and arm friendly poly, some calls it mushy. It has good tension maintenance and excellent power level.
     
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  10. bachikho

    bachikho New User

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    how is sonic pro compared to technifibre black code?
     
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