Synth/multi that do not move much

Discussion in 'Strings' started by modula2, Nov 1, 2005.

  1. modula2

    modula2 New User

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    Are there any synth or multi strings that are known to not move around much? or is not moving around much restricted to polys?
     
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  2. EliteNinja

    EliteNinja Semi-Pro

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    double post
     
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  3. EliteNinja

    EliteNinja Semi-Pro

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    yonex 850 pro spin (multi) is pretty good for not moving.
    only comes in 16 gauge, though
    Feels like technifibre NRG2 kinda.
    But with a crispness and awesome spin.
     
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  4. slice

    slice New User

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    For me, thicker strings move less than thinner strings. I have been using Prince Top Spin 15G at 60 lbs and the strings notch but do not move, even after 20-30 hours of play.
     
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  5. backcourt

    backcourt Semi-Pro

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    What Ninja said. 850 pro spin moves around the least of any multi I've tried. Probably in part because it is somewhat thick even for a 16 guage. Also not as powerful as most multi's and therefore a good choice to tame a powerful frame a little.
     
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  6. brian.sat

    brian.sat Rookie

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    Tecnifibre Competition. Seldom move, great tension holding.
     
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  7. Shyyre

    Shyyre Rookie

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    3rd's on yonex 850... at least until it loses some tension, but then it still doesn't more that much.
     
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  8. Tennis Ball Hitter

    Tennis Ball Hitter Semi-Pro

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    I have heard textured strings do not move around much.

    From personal experience PSGD17 at 60lbs in LM prestige did not move until just before it broke.
     
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